Weekly News 26.5.23

Wow! We have made it to the end of the first half of summer term. This term has been jammed packed with fun activities, the children have really enjoyed the ‘Amazing Amazon’ topic and have all produced some wonderful pieces of work.

In English this week, the children have completed their letters to inform Mrs Hewitt-Best about the dreadful problems happening in the rainforests and how we could help to save the animals. Well done to Harry, Jemima, Subhan, Caesar and Edith for being entered in the Golden Book for their excellent writing.

In Maths, the children have been learning about money, making different amounts and solving problems.

In Science, the children completed their topic on plants, learning about seed dispersal and explaining the different ways how seeds travel to begin a new life.

In topic and ICT, the children had an afternoon sharing their work with the rest of the Year 3s. We created a museum and the children had the opportunity to show off their Amazon shoeboxes and their digital animations on how a plant grows.

We would like to thank the parents who helped their children with their homework on the ‘Amazon shoeboxes’. A BIG THANKYOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Well done for Hazel on her excellent animation on a plant growing. Superb!

Amazing Amazon Museum

Here are some pictures of our wonderful Year 3 Amazon Museum, where the children were able to share their work with the rest of the Year 3s.

Pupil of the Week

In 2ZH this week Aya is Pupil of the Week, for trying her best and being a star! Well Done Aya!

In 2NS this week Amber is Pupil of the Week, for great contributions in class. Well Done Amber!

Inspire, Enjoy & Achieve

Every half term, we explore 3 important values – Inspire, Enjoy and Achieve.

This half term, the following children have made us proud and have achieved a certificate for the following reasons:

Inspire – Riley for inspiring others with his wonderful homework on the Amazon topic.

Enjoy – Bella for enjoying school life and the class activities, coming into school this term with a smile and continued smiling throughout the day.

Achieve – Jack for achieving his spelling scores, developing his strategies in spellings.

Star Reader for the term

The Reading Award goes to Mason, for great progress in reading! Super reading!

Superstar Spellers

Well done to the following children for scoring 10/10 in their spellings this week:

Alex, Mason, Musa and Shanaya.

Mathematical Rockstars

The Times Table Stars this Week for achieving 10/10 are:

Peyton, Alex, Rumaysaa, Amber, Isha, Hizar, Lewis, Isabelle, Musa, Leo, Luna, Harry, Ruben, Subhan, Shanaya, Grace and Zara.

Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to Isha and Jemima, celebrating their birthdays the same day next week in the holidays!

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