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This week Wybunbury took part in the annual Town Sports competition. Children ranging from year 3...
Thank you to Tom who visited us today to talk to us about his role as a vet, he even fetched a very...
Thank you to everyone who has returned slips about playing or singing in the Summer Concert — there...
This week in year 3
This week in year 3, we have moved on to shape in maths, recapping what we already know, refreshing vocabulary and applying skills to problem solving. We have looked at 2-D and 3-D shapes, reflection and rotation and the properties of shapes and completed charts and tables using this information. We will continue with this next week.
We have been working hard on our handwriting to form letters correctly, control their size and be sure letters are joined correctly to help with the 'flow' of our handwriting.
We had a great time in science, exploring 'helicopters' and finding ways to speed them up and improve their spin. We considered how air resistance and gravity were at work as our helicopters fell.
We also shared our worship about 'The Water of Life' with the whole school on Thursday morning and Mrs Casserely and Mrs Taylor said we had a very clear theme and message.
We had a great time with Mrs Casserley when we learnt some country dancing and look forward to more of this.
In French we played games to revise work on numbers.
Next week, our Lenten service will be held on Tuesday at St. Chad's and those children who have not yet shared a reading in church will do so and, as always, all children will enjoy sharing our service with parents, friends and family.
New learning log homework has been sent out today and this is our final homework based on Kensuke's Kingdom. New My Maths homework has also been set.
With one week to go, we will spend some time next week completing our Kensuke study work books before the classroom is stripped and prepared for our next topic. How exciting!