Welcome to Class 3:
The School Day:
Reading and Learning at home:
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We have started our Autumn Term with some beautiful weather and have enjoyed exploring the school grounds. We visited the allotment where the children were excited to be able to pick raspberries and explore the many herbs and flowers growing there. We met Malcolm the gardener and he showed us around the allotment. He told us about where a pumpkin was growing and showed us how to measure the broad beans we had picked. While exploring the allotment we discovered the apple trees and picked some of the apples to take back to our classroom.
We started our Science Week in school by exploring how things move. We made paper boats and used wind power to move them across the water. We investigated how the cars travelled down different surfaces using the ramps.
We read the story 'Rosie Revere, Engineer' by Andrea Beaty. We estimated how far our 'Flying Machine' would travel, measured the distance and recorded our results.
We've had a great day celebrating Christmas together in Class 3!
Autumnal Art Gallery
Our recent artwork has been inspired by seasonal changes. The children have explored the rich autumn colours, using watercolours to draw and paint the leaves we found. They have rolled and shaped clay to create acorns, looking closely at the markings and using tools to add detail. Using natural treasures the children have worked in the style of the artist Andy Goldsworthy to create land art and sculptures.
Overall School: 95%