Week beginning 14.12.20
Thank you to all your generous donations for our Christmas Fundraiser! As we approach the end of the half term, I would just like to say thank you to all parents and guardians for their continued support. The year three team would like to wish you all a happy and restful Christmas!
Welcome back to school! I hope you've all had a lovely half-term and ready to do some more learning! We have a got an exciting new topic for this half-term in year 3 - Stone Age! As homework, I asked the children to create a research project about different aspects of the Stone Age. These were just some of the incredible pieces of work presented this week. I can't wait to see what other pieces of work the children produce around this topic.
Week beginning 12.10.20
In English this week, Year 3 have been looking at similes for our descriptive writing. We read the story 'My Dog is as smelly as Dirty Socks' to identify similes. We created our own sentences with similes to describe ourselves and created self-portraits in collage, which links in with our Art focus.
Week beginning 5th October 2020
In PSHE, St. Bernadette has been looking at ways to promote health and safety in school. We created posters about hand-washing, the importance of face masks, and what you should do when you feel symptoms. We also wrote letters to other children around the world who are experiencing lockdown. We gave them advice on how to stay positive and healthy during the pandemic.
Welcome to St. Bernadette!
It has been lovely seeing the children settle back into school life so positively. Due to recent events, we have made some changes to ensure that everyone is safe.
As you can see, our new classroom has been rearranged so that the children are sitting on separate tables with their own set of equipment and a box of tissues.
We ensure that the children are washing and sanitising their hands regularly - this includes every time they leave or enter the classroom.
We look forward to continuing our learning and creating memories in our class bubbles!