Welcome to the new school year and class 3

Welcome to all of our new year 3 and year 4 pupils, parents, grandparents, carers and other members of out school community.
We have already got off to a busy start and we are underway with our maths, English science and theme work. We are keeping our fingers crossed for some fine September weather so that we can do some of our learning outdoors. Please keep visiting the blog to look out for updates, challenges, competitions and curriculum support. Sometimes we just like to show what we have been doing by posting lots of photos. Please leave us a comment to let us know what you think.

Summer term is at an end….

Today we say good bye to three pupils who will be on holiday next week. We will also be saying goodbye to Annie next week as she leaves Brandesburton Primary School. We wish her luck for September when she will join her new school. Our sunflower plants that we planted (rather late!) are beginning to grow and these will be sent home. Please continue to look after them and and I would love to see any photographs of them in September. Our cress has also grown successfully but unfortunately our herbs are not showing any signs of germinating. Our work on plants concludes our science work for the term on living things and the children have enjoyed all aspects of this immensely and learned lots about the topic. I wish everyone a happy and safe summer holiday and look forward to hearing about your adventures when we return to school in the Autumn term. Goodbye for now!

Class 3 talent show

What a wealth of talent we have in class 3! There was lots of excitement yesterday as costumes were put on, make-up applied, music found and props organised in order for our talent show to take place. We had singing, dancing, magic tricks, judo, gymnastics, a pom pom routine, sign language demonstration and a basketball display. Well done to everyone who took part, especially Mia who sang a solo and Annie who did a solo dance to gain them joint first place.

Our invertebrate hunt

Last Thursday we enjoyed some rare sunshine and ventured into the school wildlife garden for an invertebrate hunt as part of our science topic. The class had a fantastic time and were really enthusiastic in their search for snails, slugs, beetles, woodlice, ants, worms and much more!