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Autumn Term 2016

Welcome back to school!

What a busy term we have ahead of us to look forward to. 

Keep checking our page for more information!


We've already had a busy week back - here we are getting to know our new teams! We had great fun but it was really tricky!


Here we are on Roald Dahl day! We looked fabulous in our costumes and had plenty of fun doing Roald Dahl themed activities.

On the 15th of September, after lunch we walked into our classroom to hear 'Walk like an Egyptian' being played and 5 Egyptian themed stations to explore! These were:

1. Mummification station

2. Sands of time

3. Hieroglyphic stamping

4. Take a peek

5. Broken Fragments.

We even had a visit from Tutankhamun!

 On November 18th, we were lucky enough to be taught some Bollywood dance moves as part of our celebration of Diwali. We then made up our own dances using some of the moves we had learnt. We had so much fun and we all had smiles on our faces!


Here we are with some of our exceptional homework as part of our topic "Temples, Tombs and Treasures". We had great fun showing off our hard work and we were extremely proud of ourselves.


Well done to our fantastic school council team representatives for Year 3 - Keane and Daizie. We look forward to hearing their views and opinions.


As part of World Food Day, the school celebrated by each receiving a country and a secret box of ingredients with a recipe! Year 3 had Italy and we made a scrumptious meal of spaghetti bolognaise and in the afternoon we even wrote a set of instructions on how to make it. Throughout the day, we did lots of activities such as finding Italy on a map, looking at the history of the flag and finding out about its cultures and traditions.

Here are some pictures of us cooking our meal and designing packaging, as well as researching our country on the laptop and presenting our findings in assembly.

As part of National Poetry Day, our class practiced really hard to perform our poem: "Messing about" by Michael Rosen. Here we are practicing it ready for our special assembly!


We had a special visitor in who taught us some pottery skills, enabling us to make special Diwali pots. We used clay and enjoyed decorating them with lots of patterns.

On Friday 9th December, we proudly showed our parents and carers all of the things we had been learning about in our IPC topic. Some of us dressed up as Egyptians and we looked amazing! We showcased our models, games, art work, dance and even served "palm wine" and hieroglyphic biscuits!

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