Year 3 finished their Spring Term topic, Stones & Bones with a trip to the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences where the children were able to see up to two million fossils, minerals and rocks – lucky enough to even handle some of these ancient artefacts.
A trip to the nearby Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology also meant the children could examine local antiquities and archaeological artefacts from around the world – this was one trip that really ‘rocked!’
Throughout today each class has taken part in a fitness challenge including running or walking around a circuit for a set period of time. The children enjoyed dressing in their sports clothes. Thank you for the donations of 50p for this worthwhile charity. We will let you know how much money we raised as soon as it is all counted up.
Look at this piece of work!!! Jessica - inventing new photographs for Flotsam!
This will be on display in the School - come and have a look.
During the summer term all of the current Year 2 and Year 3 children took part in a writing competition. The children had to write a story using the story prompt of going through a magic door. The winning entries across eight schools were published in a book and we had 48 of our children's amazing stories included in it.
Our very own Daisy was also awarded winning story of the book!
We are very proud of all our children for their hard work and fantastic stories.