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Summer Holidays here we come!We can't believe how quickly this year has flown by! We're now in our final and busiest half term. Sports days, productions, reports and so much more!
In 2 months and 2 days we say goodbye to our current teachers!
This means we are 0 % of the way to the summer holidays!
Category Archives: Year 3
This week in Science year 3 have been learning all about the 3 different types of rock: sedimentary, igneous and metamorphic. WeRead the Rest »
On Friday 14th February, Year 3 travelled by coach to Dorchester museum to see the very exciting Tutankhamun exhibition!
Please click on the links below to see what exciting things our children are up to in KS2! Newsletter Spring termY3 Curriculum NewsletterRead the Rest »
As part of Y5s Imaginary world topic, Onyx class visited Opals last Friday to tell them our stories so far. We haveRead the Rest »
Year 3 had some very interesting vistors in their Science lesson this week. They were set the challenge to design an experimentRead the Rest »
It is a very exciting year for Year 3 as they make the BIG transition into KS2.The children have been settling inRead the Rest »
Last Friday, the 24 children from years 1, 2 and 3 who received the highest amount of mini olympic points in theRead the Rest »
On Wednesday 30th May Amethyst class challenged Ruby class to play the maths games they had created during Numeracy. The children were given theRead the Rest »
On Wednesday 9th May Opals produced a fantastic class assembly about the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb by Howard Carter and his excavation group. Read the Rest »
Today, courtesy of Dr Who, Year 3 met Henry VIII! We were whisked through a time vortex by Dr Who and Amy toRead the Rest »
Amethyst and Opals class have been making Balloon powered cars as part of their Literacy topic. First they sorted out their instructionsRead the Rest »