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This half-term our PE day is Thursday. Please ensure the children come to school in the correct PE uniform.
Goose Class Announcements
Parents / Carers are invited to attend Goose Class Assembly on 13/05/22.
This week Goose Class have been practising for their assembly, and we can't wait to share all our learning about the Romans with you! Parents will need to sign in at the main office by 9.00am.
Assembly will start 9.10 am.
Please ensure you are signing your child's reading record on a weekly basis.
This term in Science, the children have been learning about how rocks are formed. They also learned about fossil formation and a great fossil hunter called Mary Anning. The children had the great opportunity to visit the Natural History Museum to see and learn more about her great finds.
Not only did they learn about Mary Anning, but they also explored exhibits in the Hintze Hall, experienced the earthquake simulator showing what life was like during the 1995 Kobe, Japan earthquake and jaws dropped when they saw all that glitters and sparkles in the rooms full of beautiful gems, which was located in the Earth's Treasury section.
A big thank you to all the adults that helped on the trip. All the children were excited and engaged with their learning!
In Literacy, the children have enjoyed reading 'Ug: Boy Genius of the Stone Age'. In the book Ug invents the wheel but the irony of it is that he doesn't know what to do with it, so the children came up with some brilliant ideas to show all the great adventures Ug can have with his amazing invention. They showcased their creativity by producing some outstanding comic strips of work - I'm sure you will agree they are amazing !
All the children have worked really hard this term learning about the Stone Age, Bronze Age and the Iron Age.
Watch this space for more photos and exciting learning coming soon!
It is really important to ensure your child is reading at home every day and remember they can also access MyOn as well. All the children have their login details in their Reading Dairies. The children are encouraged to develop a love of reading with the aim for the children to reach a million words! At each stage of their journey, children will be awarded with coloured stars, which will be displayed on the Millionaires Readers Display Board, along with all the other children from the school.
50,000 words - Yellow Star
250,000 - Orange Star
500,000 - Pink Star
750,000 - Green Star
1,000,000 - Millionaires Trophy!
A HUGE well done to the following children who have achieved their first star on the Millionaires Readers Board:
Eli: 124,546, Yassin : 116,650, Sufyan: 79,301, Aaliyah : 73,322 S, Akil : 69,080 , Zayan : 68,835 Kenzo : 64,905 , Laiba : 61,988 , Maja : 59,058 and Fatimah: 53,343
Keep reading and reach for the stars!
Week Commencing 6th September 2021
Goose Class have had an amazing start to the year! We have been reading a book called Happy to help us focus on mindfulness and being happy. The children enjoyed going into the Wildlife area not only to enjoy the lovely weather, but they also used their senses to really focus and become more mindful of their surroundings. Here is our class display in the hall on all the wonderful poems the children have written about what makes them happy, along with some lovely drawings.
Stars Of The Week
All the children have had a wonderful start to the year. This week Goose Stars of the Week are Emmanuel, for trying his best in all that he does and participating in class discussions, and Areesha for being a great role model for the class.
Up and Coming Events
Year 3 Coffee Morning - Friday 17th September. Come along to meet and chat with the Year 3 teachers about any questions or queries you have about Year 3.
Jeans for Genes Day - Friday 17th September. Children can come in non - uniform and donate money to charity.
We can't wait for more fun and exciting learning next week!