The highlight of our week was definitely European Languages Day which we celebrated yesterday! As a class we were ‘Greece’ and what fun we had - we really immersed ourselves in Greek culture. We learnt lots of interesting facts, made our own Greek flags, designed our own Greek vases, listened to Greek myths, learnt some Greek dancing and learnt some Greek phrases! Not to mention the food tasting! I was so proud of the children as they all had a go at trying the food - olives, feta, pitta bread, tzatziki and Greek yoghurt! Well done Year 3!
We have also been doing lots of amazing learning in other areas…
-English: We have had a conjunction focus this week and have also had a go at creating some compound sentences.
-Maths: The children have been learning how to double and halve numbers up to 40.
-History: The children have made some fantastic cave drawings and they have also had a go at trying to work out what sources can tell us about the past.
-R.E.: We have focused this week on signs and symbols of Baptism. In our worships we have been thinking about putting God first and not placing too much importance on material things.
-Spanish: The children have also started their Spanish lessons with Mrs McVey which will take place on a Friday afternoon.
Our award winners this week were:
Please see the homework tab for this week’s tasks.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.