Welcome to Class 3!

Welcome to Class 3's webpage.

 

Great mummification tombs class 3!

Class 3 celebrated their wonderful work at their class led worship. It was all about 'Communication'. Please see the pictures below and even a video of how the children took part in sign language. 

Sam used braille to spell out his name.
Sam used braille to spell out his name.
Madison and BB using a Tin Can Telephone.
Madison and BB using a Tin Can Telephone.

Welcome back after the half term. Class 3 have are yet again very excited about their learning for the final part of this year. Please find a copy of the homework grid here, the theme grid here and the welcome letter here

Our school visit to The National Science and Media Museum. 

Take a look at the photos below to see what an amazing learning experience was had by everyone. 

Blythe and Holly enjoying a scientific experiment.
Blythe and Holly enjoying a scientific experiment.
Learning how to create an animation.
Learning how to create an animation.
The children watched an amazing  show about Solids, Liquids and Gases.
The children watched an amazing show about Solids, Liquids and Gases.
Playing old fashioned games.
Playing old fashioned games.
Elliot's version of Morph.
Elliot's version of Morph.

Welcome back after a lovely Easter break. Please find below the homework grid, theme grid and welcome letter for the first half of summer term. 

Homework, Theme, Welcome letter

Amazing!

Only one word can describe Word Book Day at Roecliffe. 

Reading in the book boats
Reading in the book boats
Amazing cakes
Amazing cakes
Elliot and Ted enjoying a good book.
Elliot and Ted enjoying a good book.

Please find the latest theme grid here, the homework grid  here and a little welcome letter here

What an amazing first week back. Full of exciting learning about Chinese New Year, great explorations of 2 D shapes and a wonderful Class Collective Worship to end the week. Take a look below. 

Independence
Independence

Happy Valentine's Day!

With love from Class 3 at Brighterkind Nursing Home. 

Welcome back after a restful Christmas break. As always, we have some exciting events coming up to engage the children with their learning. For now, take a look at the theme grid here, the spring homework grid here, an updated timetable here and a welcome letter here

Take a look at the amazing Roman morning Class 3 enjoyed. 

The children dressed up in Roman outfits, made Roman peg men and enjoyed a Roman feast. This was all to celebrate the ending to their Roman unit of work.  

Looking good in the oufits!
Looking good in the oufits!
Fun at the banquet
Fun at the banquet
Roman peg men
Roman peg men

Class 3's 'Care-bots'

Class 3 have been super busy with their learning this week They have been creating care-bots for their Roecliffe Relations pen pal. Care-bots are robots that care for the elderly. The children also wrote persuasive adverts. Take a look at the pictures below to see their inspirational work. 

'Remembering' with Roecliffe Relations.

An emotional and touching afternoon with our pen pals at the nursing home.   

Roecliffe Relations having their Remembrance Day service
Roecliffe Relations having their Remembrance Day service

On Friday Class 3 took part in a fantastic learning experience at Aldborough Roman site. They were taken on a tour by David from FORA (Friends of Roman Aldborough) and were also given the opportunity to handle real life artefacts which were over 2000 years old. 

All of class 3 would like to thank English Heritage and FORA for all of their help, support and giving up their time to develop their learning and understanding of Romans. 

Take a look at the pictures below to see the fun that was had. 

Please click here for the latest theme grid, here for this half terms homework grid and here for an updated timetable

Welcome back after a lovely week off. Class 3 started off their half term getting all spooky with their pen pals at the nursing home. Take a look at the creepy pictures below.  

Spooky food
Spooky food
Henry reading to his pen pal
Henry reading to his pen pal

Class 3 were so delighted to see their picture in the Knaresborough Post. Click here to see. 

Class 3 ended the first half term on a high....

They won the football tournament!

Class 3 had a brilliant time playing against other primary schools in the area. It was a very cold morning at Boroughbridge High School, but all of the children were good sports and worked their socks off!

Another lovely afternoon at Brighterkind Nursing home. The children were also treated to a Bird of Prey exhibition! 

Reading Handa's Surprise
Reading Handa's Surprise
Sketching for Harvest
Sketching for Harvest

Class 3's Collective Worship

Class 3 lead the first collective worship of the year which was centred around our whole school theme of CAFOD. Thank you again to all of the parents for their support with homework and helping the children to produce some truly inspirational pieces of art work. Well done to all of class 3 for having the confidence to present to a very large audience! 

Take a look below at all of their accomplishments.

Class 3 have had yet another fun filled week of learning.

The children particularly enjoyed their first visit of the year to the local nursing home. As always, Rose and all of the staff at Brighterkind were extremely friendly and accommodating; putting on a little party for us and generally making us feel very welcome.

Take a look at the pictures below showing the children reading their letters to their new pen pal and getting to know them. 

Reading stories to the residents
Reading stories to the residents
Ed meets Brian again!
Ed meets Brian again!
Alfie and Beatrice read their letters to their new pen pal.
Alfie and Beatrice read their letters to their new pen pal.
Elliot enjoys meeting his pen pal again
Elliot enjoys meeting his pen pal again

 

We have lots of lovely learning and fun activities taking place in our inspiring classroom.

Our classroom
Our classroom
Our Reading, Collective Worship and Personalised Learning area
Our Reading, Collective Worship and Personalised Learning area
Our Target Tree
Our Target Tree

We have only been back one week and already we have written instructions for Roman Honey Cakes, studied the history of how Rome was formed and written some thoughtful and personable letters to our new pen pals at the local nursing home. Please find the class timetable for Autumn term here, the homework grid here, a welcome letter and the Theme grid here

Take a look below at some of our learning this week.

Making Roman Honey Cakes
Making Roman Honey Cakes
The finished product! (They're supposed to be a little burnt)
The finished product! (They're supposed to be a little burnt)
Writing about how Rome was formed
Writing about how Rome was formed
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