This half term your child will be bringing home our class poem ' The Dragon who ate our school'.
We will be doing an Easter performance towards the end of the Spring term and it would be fantastic if you could encourage your child to rehearse their lines and the chorus as much as possible over the next few weeks.
I hope you all have a wonderful half term full of fun and I look forward to welcoming you back soon!
I have uploaded some of the songs we have used in French this year. We have learnt so much and absolutely love our french lessons on a Friday afternoon! We can even introduce our family members now! Incroyable!
If you want to continue to explore the world of rocks here are some interactive games for you to explore!
What a fantastic Science day we had today! We had fun investigating rocks and finding out all about their properties. We even went on a rock hunt.
Don't forget to check out our school twitter feed for special pictures and posts!
Multi Skills Challenge
Thank you for all of the money you helped to raise for the NSPCC. Here is a picture of us hard at work completing our challenge.
Stone Age Cave Art
Mrs Duncan was so pleased with our lovely class cave art that she let us decorate the playground with our lovely designs.
Happy New Year! Please see our newsletter and topic map for this term!
Newsletter Autumn 2
Here are a few useful websites to help you with your learning this year.
Welcome to 3D class page! What a fantastic start we have had to the term, all of the children have got really stuck into their new topic the Romans.
I have also attached the curriculum map for you to have a look at what we will be learning this half term.
I will post pictures and useful links on this page throughout the year to help you with your learning and so you can show your adults what we have been busy doing in school.
I would also like to thank all of the parents who came along to our meet the teacher meeting this morning, if you have any further questions about your child's learning please do not hesitate to ask me at the end of the day.
Why not have a practise of our new Roman song this weekend?