A Super Week Year 3! 3.2.23

Well done everyone this week! The children have been trying their best in their work and enjoyed and completed their activities.

In English, the children have completed their ‘Stone Age ‘ Stories and Mrs Hilton and Mrs Savage have been super proud with how some children have developed their sentences and created exciting and amazing stories.

In Maths, we have been learning about length, using different equipment and learning about mm, cm and m. The classes have been measuring different objects and thinking about the correct units and even challenged themselves with converting measurements.

In Science, the children have been learning about a famous researcher – Mary Anning, who was a palaeontologist and enjoyed discovering different types of fossils and found a large sea creature that can now be seen in the National History Museum

In PE, Mrs Short has been in helping the children develop their skills further in Hockey. The children have really enjoyed this sport and learnt how to stop the ball and score, attacking and defending.

We have also learnt more on our topic, guided reading and practiced on duolingo (French).

A Super Week!

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Pupil of the Week

The Pupil of the Week in 2NS is Rose, For always smiling and working hard. Well Done Rose!

The Pupil of the Week in 2ZH is Leo, For being a super, inquisitive pupil in class. Always ready to ask questions about the topic.

Reading Superstars!

The Reading Superstar in 2NS is Isha! For reading regularly and trying really hard with her reading, Well Done!

The Reading Superstar in 2ZH is Leia! For trying her best and scoring 100% in her quizzing this week!

Super Reading!

Super Spellers!

Well done to the following children for achieving 10/10 on this weeks spelling test:

Hizar, Rumaysaa, Isabelle, Edith, Ava, Skyla, Amber, Caesar, Toyah, Lewis, Rayan, Peyton, Isha, Alex, Shanaya-Ray

Luna, Musa, Layla-Skye, Isabella, Harry, Hazel, Bailey, Eva, Leo, Shanaya, Ellisia and Subhan

Times Table Stars

Well done to the following children for achieving 13/13 on this weeks times table test:

Rumaysaa, Alex, Toyah, Amber and Hizar,

Musa, Leo and Shanaya

Homework Award

The Homework Award in 2NS goes to Toyah! For lovely neat homework. Well Done!  

The Homework Award in 2ZHi goes to Subhan! For completing his homework and showing neat work. Well done!

Sports Award

The Sports Award in 2NS goes to Dayton and Hizar for Self-belief, for both trying their best in Hockey. 

The Sports Award in 2ZH goes to Aya for Self Belief, for trying her best, Well Done!

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