We have made a great start to our new school year. The children are settled and have already had lots of fun.
Welcome back! We hope that you had a great Christmas and New Year. This week we have been very busy trying to master the methods of written addition and subtraction. It has been tricky, but we have shown great independence and problem solving skills!
Welcome back to school. Class 3 have already been extremely busy learning about our new theme 'Time Travellers' with a focus on The Roman Empire. We started our theme by creating a large class illustration of the story of Romulus and Remus.
Class 3 enjoyed our trip to tesco to learn about what athletes need to eat and drink.
It's a Knockout: capacity!
Class 3 made carnival masks at Carnforth High.
We created our own Rio Carnival music. We thought about the tempo and the texture.
We made clay houses inspired by Skara Brae as part of our Stone Age theme.
Numeracy through football
We created our own carnival poetry and performed to the class. Mrs. Dewar and Ms. Joynson were very impressed.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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