Green 2015-16

Sports Day!

It was a lovely, sunny afternoon for KS2 sports day this year! Violet, Indigo, Blue and Green classes competed in a variety of different activities including races, long jump, javelin and target games and lots of fun was had by all. Thanks to all the friends and family who came out to support us and especially to those who participated in the parents’ sprint and
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Follow the progress of the seeds.

This page will be updated regularly to show the progress of the rocket seeds experiment on behalf of the RHS and European Space Agency. Monday 18th April Seeds arrived. Tuesday 19th April Seeds were sown. Friday 22nd April The first seeds have germinated! Tuesday 26th April The seeds are growing really well now. Nearly all the seeds have germinated across the two packets. At
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Sport Relief

Sport Relief was a very successful day at St Mary’s! School council organised a number of events throughout the day and sold wristbands during the week. We raised a lot of money for a very worthy cause. Everyone dressed up in their favourite sport kit, we had different football teams, dancers and gymnasts. In the afternoon everyone went outside for some sporting games including
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World Book Day

We have all had a wonderful time today joining in the World Book Day celebrations. There was a buzz on the playground even before school started as the children came in excitedly with their favourite books from home, Clive then joined us for an assembly telling us his favourite story from the most wonderful book in the world, The Bible. Then during the day we split into
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A Nativity story

Today the Rheema Theatre company came to St. Mary’s to perform a retelling of Nativity story. It was so entertaining and made us laugh so much and remember the true meaning of Christmas.                


Green Class at Forest School

Year 3 have just started a three week block of learning at Forest School. The theme for our work is ‘Tremendous trees’. We went out into the woodland area to take a closer look at the trees and we found out that the trees have faces. We found some wonderful eyes, arms and even a tree with an elephant trunk. We then added some
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Who were the first people living in Britain?

We have kicked Year 3 off with a really interesting History topic – The Stone Age! We have learned lots about what life was like for the Stone Age people and how they lived. We have read some great books based around the Stone Age in Literacy, which helped us to learn even more and have completed some super artwork using clay around the
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How are volcanoes caused?

As part of our Science topic, we have learned about and studied various rocks. We learned that there is rock everywhere beneath us… under grass, concrete and even the sea! Then we learned that there is more underneath this too, and that the Earth has different layers. We labelled and discussed each layer in detail: We know that the crust is a thin layer
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Freddy Fit

On Monday 7th September, Freddy Fit spent an hour with Green and Blue class to display how exercise is not only important, but can also be lots of fun!  We carried out a warm-up to modern music, followed by lots of fun activities using speed jump mats and hula hoops. We then sat down for a quiz on our bodies and the effect exercise has on them,
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Autumn 1 Newsletter

Welcome to Year 3! Take a look at our first newsletter of the year to give you an idea of what Year 3 involves… Autumn 1 Newsetter