Owls Class are our Year 3 group. They are taught by Mrs Davison and Mrs Ferrett who are assisted by Mrs White and Mrs Anderson.
Autumn Term 2018
Friday 29th March
Well done Owls for your amazing performances of Stone Age Boy this week. You worked brilliantly with Kestrels' class to entertain your families with your excellent singing, acting and dancing skills.
Friday 22nd March
In class we have been making clay pots in the same way stone age people would have made pots thousands of years ago.
Well donre to our Year 3 gymnastics team who came second in a local competition.
Today the children took part in a drama/singing workshop - great fun was had by all!
Friday 8th March
Owls enjoyed World Book Day. As well as taking part in the whole school activities, they focused on the author Terry Deary in class. They looked closely at his style of writing and then wrote some Horrible Histories of their own, using their knowledge of the Stone Age.
Wednesday 27th February
Enjoying ball games in the sunshine!
Friday 1st February
Owls Class have been busy learning about rocks and fossils this week. As well as collecting, examining, grouping and classifying rocks, they have had the opportunity to conduct science investigations and dig for fossils.
Friday 25th January
This week the children have been reading Stone Age Boy. They have started learning about the Stone Age and have made Stone Age shelters.
Friday 18th January
The children have had a great start to the new term. They have come back full of enthusiasm for their learning and are already working hard. This term our topic is the Stone Age. We will also be learning about the Bronze Age and Iron Age.
We are fortunate this half term to have a visiting sports coach who will be working with the children, helping them to improve their gymnastics skills.
This week Mexicolore came and gave the children a fantastic presentation on the Ancient Maya. The children were fully involved in learning more about this fasciniating period of history.
Friday 16th November
This week Owls' Class created some amazing leaf art in the style of the Yorkshire artist James Brunt.
Friday 9th November
This week the children enjoyed making some traditional sweets for Diwali, made from dates, almonds and condensed milk which they then rolled in coconut.
Well done to Elliot W for designing the winning chocolate bar for Hotel Chocolat! The staff at the factory were very impressed with all the children's designs and flavours.
Friday 12th October
Yesterday a lady from Hotel Chocolat came to talk to the children about how chocolate is made. She has set the children a challenge: to design, make, package and advertise a new type of chocolate bar. Her and her colleagues at the Hotel Chocolat kitchen will evaluae the children's chocolate bars and feedback to the children on whether the testers at the factory like their new flavour ideas.
Friday 5th October
Yesterday was National Poetry Day and the children enjoyed sharing some of their favourite poems as well as reading some new ones. Some children chose to write their own poems at home. Below is Elliott's fantastic poem on his upcoming holiday.
Things I would like to see in Wales
In Wales I'd like to see:
Peregrine falcons, swooping
Puffins, (not Porgs)
and a Dragon, (maybe not).
Friday 14th September
Yesterday the children had an exciting day celebrating Roald Dahl Day. They worked with the children in Year 4 on a number of Roald Dahl inspired activities and showed that they could work collaboratively on different projects.
Friday 7th September
Welcome back! We hope you all had a lovely summer break. The children have come back full of enthusiasm and are settling well into their new class.
The children have all taken a new reading diary and reading book home today. Please can they make sure they have these in school every day as we have an AR reading session after lunch each day. In key stage 2 we use the reading diaries differently to how they used them last year. The children fill them in themselves, recording the date they started a book along with the title and book level. Then, when they have finished the book, they record their quiz result.