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Weekly News – 04.05.23

It has been a very busy week this week in Year 3. The children thoroughly enjoyed being up close with some amazing Amazon creatures. They found out about the different layers of the Rainforest and were able to touch and hold a range of animals, including an African snail, a giant millipede, a red-footed tortoise, a white- tree frog, an owl, a tarantula and a crested gecko.

In English, the children completed their non-chronological reports on Amazon Animals and decorated around their work.

In Maths, the children completed work on mass and capacity.

In PE, this week the children learnt about different balancing positions and created a mini performance. Then there was an opportunity for a group of Year 3s to go to a hockey event. The children who went were amazing and were a credit to our school – super behaviour!

Thursday Open Afternoon, the children loved sharing their work with their parents and the parents loved looking through the amazing work. Thank you for coming!

This Friday, the children decorated their classroom to celebrate the Coronation. Then the children had a picnic in the hall (due to the British weather). A lovely day!

When some rainforest animals came to visit Year 3

Pupil of the Week

The Pupil of the Week award in 2NS goes to Hizar, for being enthusiastic and brave when touching unfamiliar animals.

The Pupil of the Week award in 2ZH goes to Bella, for coming into school happy and enjoying the many activities this week. Well done Bella!

Reading Superstars!

The star reader in 2NS goes to Alex, for always being a super star reader. Well Done Alex!

The star reader in 2ZH goes to Aston, for consistently reading at home and quizzing at school. Well done Aston!

Superstar Spellers!

Well done to the children who scored 10/10 this week- Rayan, Musa, Alex, Ava, Hizar, Musa and Georgie.

Sport Award

The Sports Award this week goes to all the children who took part in the Y3 hockey event. The children were a credit to Newham Bridge. What super behaviour and teamwork!

Happy Birthday

No birthday celebrations this week

Enjoy The King’s Coronation Celebrations!

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