It’s science week! This week in Year 3 we have been writing secret messages using lemon juice ink and by ironing them, the messages were revealed! Whitebeam decided that instead of throwing away their used lemons, they made lemon juice to drink. Some of the class weren’t impressed by the taste! See above.
Due to the horrible weather we had to stay in at lunchtime but this didn’t stop Whitebeam from learning something new! Today they have been finger knitting in the classroom! See above.
In Whitebeam this week we have been celebrating Mardi Gras which is a carnival held in some countries on Shrove Tuesday. The children made Mardi Gras masks and decorated them with bright colours, sequins and feathers.
In Year 3 this week we have been learning about the different parts of a flower and their functions. Working in groups, the children dissected a daffodil to identify the different parts of the flower. See above.
Art Day with Mr Plumbley
Willow class had a fantastic day with Mr Plumbley creating Roman mosaics. The children learnt about how they were used in Roman homes and the baths.
They look brilliant! See above.
Complaint Letter Writing
As a part of our English curriculum, Willow class wrote letters of complaint about a bad experience they had had with some food from Tesco. Their letters were sent and Miss Mills, a manager at Tesco, came into school as she was so impressed with their writing. The class were delighted to receive a lolly each and George’s letter impressed her so much that he received a box of Lego.
Well done George! See picture above.
Willow Class thoroughly enjoyed their visit from the Dog’s Trust.
We learnt all about what dogs need to be healthy and how to be careful dog owners.
Year 3 had a fantastic day at the Roman Baths. We studied different artefacts from the past, made mosaics and dressed in tunics and togas. We even dressed up Mr Frisby! After lunch, we toured around the baths and learnt about the different amenities there and even spoke to a real Roman.
All had a great day!
During English this week, Willow class have been learning all about powerful adjectives and how they are effective in writing descriptions. We had to design our own chocolate bar so we tried some chocolate to help! We then used this work to create our own variety of chocolate to sell and describe it to each other. We wrote some fantastic pieces!
On Friday, Mrs Wright and Rhyan made some for us to eat! They were yummy! We even let George from year 4 have one! See above.