We have been exploring 2D shapes in our maths learning this week. We have been drawing shapes, describing shape and here you can see our class making shapes using loops of string.
Erin has achieved another swimming certificate that she brought to share with the class last week! We are very proud of you Erin. Keep it up!
Erin, Annabelle and Amelia counted the number of steps across the puddle outdoors. They then talked about who made the most steps and who made the least number of steps. It was a pleasure to stand back and observe them applying their maths learning to their interest areas both indoors and outdoors. How cool is it to be able to explore and apply maths learning whilst jumping in puddles?
This week in our phonics learning we have been practising writing our graphemes using different media. Here are Mason and Rhylee practising the ‘b’ grapheme on the wall outdoors!
Today our pudding choice was yoghurt, fruit, pancakes with fruit and syrup or Eton mess. As you can see here the Eton mess was a hit with Oscar and many other children in reception!
Look at the fabulous homework class 15 have been completing. Keep up the good work guys! I’m loving all of the Moon Cakes!
Today KS1 enjoyed a visit from Sam’s Safari. They got to meet 10 animals up close and were able to touch them all if they were brave enough! They met a giant millipede, Sally the African snail, a tortoise called George, a turtle, two different gecko species, ‘Twiggy’ the stick insect, ‘Fidget’ the tree frog, a snake and finally ‘Henrietta’ the chicken! Lot’s of great learning took place.
Keep up the great work Year 3.