This weekend, Violet took part in a one mile race with 200 children under the age of 15. Running against boys and girls and some much older children, Violet came 5th out of 200. She recorded an impressive time of 5:59. Well done! What an achievement.
Today we had a very special visitor. Amy from the Bee Centre came to visit us and she brought some extra special guests, honeybees!
We had a look at the bees in the hive and Amy talked to us about how to identify a wasp and a bee.
we learned lots of new facts.
We have had great fun erupting our volcanoes. Click continue reading to see some more photos and our reactions.
We had a great time erupting our volcanoes. Click continue reading to see more photos and our super reactions to the eruptions!
We had a great time erupting volcanoes! Click continue reading to see our photos.
Today we had full concentration for our cookie excavation. In science we wrote about Mary Anning, then we described some fossils. Finally we were asked to excavate the chocolate chips from chocolate chip cookies using a cocktail stick. The photos show our concentration!
Today in science we had the best lesson! Click continue reading to see all the photos. We were learning about the different layers of soil. To help us remember the layers, we used different types of chocolate to represent the different soil layers. See if your child can remember the different…
On Friday, the local firemen came to visit year 3 to give us a fire safety talk. We talked about why smoke alarms are so important and why it is a good reason to know your fire exit route, even in your own home. We learned how to stop, drop and roll thanks to Josh. Oscar also showed us how hard it…
The children have been creating Jubilee art which can be bought as a mug or tea towel. The artwork has been send home as well as the accompanying letter which details the products and prices.
Well done to Fliss and Esme for achieving their own license. They’ve both worked extremely hard and been determined to get their license.
In Dance this week, we created a whole class volcano dance.
This week in DT we have been testing our packaging designs. We put an egg (hard boiled of course) and then dropped our packaging from different heights. Only one egg survived in Elm, can you guess who it belonged to?