Weekly News 12.05.23

Its been a lovely week this week and the children have enjoyed the many activities. Mrs Savage’s class have welcomed and enjoyed the company of Mrs Henwood and been helping her settle into the Year 3 daily routines. Welcome to Year 3 Mrs Henwood!

In English, Year 3 have been researching information about deforestation and understanding the key writing features to write an inform letter. They are going to write a letter to Mrs Hewitt-Best informing her about the problems occurring in the rainforests and ways we as a school can help to save the forests.

In Maths, we have been learning a new unit on fractions adding and subtracting numerators and solving fraction problems.

In topic, the Year 3 have been thinking about deforestation, linking with our English and discussing the Fors and Againsts towards deforestation.

In Science, the children have been understanding the function of stems and investigated water transportation.

Pupil of the Week

The Pupil of the Week Award in 2NS goes to Mason, for his kindness in class. Well Done Mason!

The Pupil of the Week Award in 2ZH goes to Ellisia, for always smiling and being a pleasant pupil. Well Done Ellisia!

Reading Superstars!

The Star Reader Award in 2NS goes to Rose, for reading every day this week at home. Well Done Rose!

The Star Reader Award in 2ZH goes to Hazel, for reading consistently this week and quizzing. Well Done Hazel!

Superstar Spellers!

Well done to the children who scored 10/10 this week – Alex, Rayan, Musa, Shanaya and Subhan.

Happy Birthday

No birthday celebrations this week.

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