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This week in Year 3...

Making New Friends 

We had some lovely visitors from Thakeham Primary School, who came to visit to research our school
and its local area as part of their Geography field work. We really enjoyed making lots of new friends
and sharing our knowledge with them!



Remembrance Day

On Friday, Year 3 did some careful work, thinking about Remembrance Day and its importance. They painted some
beautiful poppy jars, lit with a single flame to represent our respect for those who fell in the World Wars. We observed our 2 minutes silence as a school, making everyone very proud.


Phew... what a busy week!

Year 3 have had such an exciting week! After lots of practise, we took part in our lovely Harvest Festival at the local church, with Father Jonathon. We sang beautifully and performed a harvest rhyme.
Thank you to all our lovely parents for their food donations - we are very grateful!

As well as Harvest, Year 3 were lucky to have a special visitor this week - famous poet and author, Brian Moses! In our workshop, he taught us how to write some funny poetry and also performed some hilarious poems
for us in the Hall.


Music Mayhem in Year 3!

Over the past 2 weeks, Year 3 have been very lucky to have been given the opportunity to start learning how to play their very own recorders with Mr Billington! After a very squeaky (and noisy!) start, they have now learnt how to play 2 different notes and they have been practising some basic tunes. Both classes have really enjoyed themselves and they are all looking forward to getting better and better at playing this instrument every Thursday (and so are Miss Ashman and Miss Moulton!) :) .


This Week in Year 3...

Fir and Elm Class have been immersing themselves in their Acts of Kindness this week, to celebrate Front Lawn's 60th Birthday! We have written cards to thank our 'Everyday Heroes' and been excellent 'Playground Buddies'.
We have also completed some stunning water colour silhouette art of our very own fantastic beasts. If you pop into the Upper School hall at home time, you can see this fabulous artwork for yourselves!

Welcome to Fir and Elm Class!

Year 3 have had a brilliant start to their school life in the Upper School! 

Over the past 3 weeks, the children have been extra busy being extra creative! They have been studying the hilarious author David Walliams and creating some great stories and artwork for our corridor, based upon the comical story of 'The Queen's Orangutan'. They have also been very busy exploring and working in their exciting new classrooms with all the fantastic, magical beasts that are lurking inside...



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