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The End of Year Three…

The End of Year Three…   Where on earth has this year gone? I can honestly say it has been memorable and the children have been incredible. From Carey Camp to Medieval Day, golf and tennis competitions to wonderful workshops at WOEC, it really has been a year to treasure. Below is a poem all more »

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Art Week in Year Three

Art Week in Year Three We have soooooooo much to share with you all about our awesome adventures during Art Week. First of all, we learnt all about Mr. Pablo Picasso. Looking at his unusual style, it was crazy just how much it had developed and changed over time. We then created self-portraits in his more »

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Year Three Class Assembly

Year Three Class Assembly A huge thank you to all of the parents and grandparents who came today to watch the Year Three’s perform their class assembly all about their learning this half term, along with their trip to “Carey” Camp. I am extremely proud of them for their efforts. They spoke clearly, enthusiastically and more »

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Carey Camp (Day 2)

Carey Camp (Day 2)  After roasting marshmallows on the bonfire, the children were tucked up in their tents for the night. They woke up as the sun rose (at 4.45am) excited for yet another day of adventures… We began the morning with a delicious cooked breakfast, cereal and some orange juice. It was then time more »

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Carey Camp

Carey Camp Year Three are having a terrific time at Carey Camp! The sun is shining, children are smiling and the children have pushed themselves on a wide range of adventurous activities. From archery to a blindfold trail, traverse wall climbing to low ropes, the children have certainly been busy since we’ve arrived. This evening, more »

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Inspired by Sir David Attenborough

Inspired by Sir David Attenborough In literacy over the past few weeks, the children have been learning all about script writing. We began by reading a very famous book that was published recently called ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child‘. This is one of the first ever children’s books that has been written in the more »

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Sports Day 2019

Sports Day 2019 The sun was shining, hats were donned, cones were set out. It must be time for…SPORTS DAY! I’m sure you will agree, it was an afternoon filled with fun, competitiveness and sportsmanship. A huge thank you to the parents for coming and cheering your children across the finish line. It was very more »

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We’ve got the Skipping Bug!

Another fantastic Skip 2 b Fit start to our day today, well done everyone! It was lovely to see some parents as well as siblings and our children joining in this morning, what a positive way to end our week.  Have a lovely sunny weekend and see you next Friday for some more Fitness Fun! more »

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Let’s REFLECT on our Science Lesson

Let’s REFLECT on our Science Lesson Our topic this half term is all about light and shadows. Today, we focused on reflection. In order to learn a little bit more about reflection, the children played two games… First, the children had to try and walk on a wobbly chalk line. Seems easy right? However, they more »

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