Year 3 visited the Silk Museum at Macclesfield, exploring all things Egyptian. We joined in with three workshops where we had the chance to explore some genuine Egyptian artefacts, create our own Anubis head dress and act as a museum curator. It was a brilliant day out!
Hope for 2022
Our worship value this term is perseverance. This week we have discussed what this means and how we might have to persevere with some of our New Year’s resolutions and hopes for 2022.
We decided to draw a picture of some things that we would like to improve this year and etched these onto templates of stars.
Christmas Jumper Day 2021
Green Class made a brilliant effort to support Save the Children this year. We all dressed in our jazzy festive jumpers and gave a donation to help the charity. Take a look below!
Children in Need 2021
Green Class made a great effort this year supporting Children in Need by dressing up in spots or comfy clothes and bringing in our favourite books to share with the rest of the class.
This was all to raise awareness for the wonderful project ‘Read for Good’, which is supported by Children in Need. Read for Good provides a mobile library and storytellers to read books to seriously ill children in hospital. It aims to improve well-being, reduce isolation and increase enjoyment.
We loved sharing our stories with each other and hopefully the money raised from our donations will allow many more stories being told to children across the UK.
Green class – Freeze Frames
Green class have been immersed in the world of Norse Mythology this term, through reading the story ‘Arthur and the Golden Rope’. We have just found out about a monstrous wolf who has torn through our hero’s town and caused devastation. The children created a ‘Freeze Frame’ of the moment this happened as a way of getting into the role of the characters from the book. We then wrote a newspaper report about the event. The children were brilliant and really embraced the activity. Well done everyone!
Stone Age Art
As part of our Stone Age topic, we learnt that the early Britons communicated by creating pictures of their lives. After finding out about some of the artwork they created, we decided to create our own pictures and sculptures. Have a look at some of our work on our slideshow.