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Weekly News 7.7.23

Happy Friday! Time is whizzing towards the end of Year 3 but we are still managing to do lots of activities. In English this week we finished the drafts of our diary entries ready to check, edit and then publish next week. In Maths we continued our work on time, looking at digital time, days of the week and months of the year. In Science we carried out an investigation on transparent, translucent and opaque materials which was really interesting. We all took part in a NowPressPlay activity as part of our Topic this week which was about Romans and the invasion of Boudicca. We continued our Dance practise in PE and performed our routines. We also practised some of our events for Sports Day and will hopefully see you all on Monday for our rescheduled Sports Day (weather permitting).

Some of our Y3 girls and boys enjoyed taking part in some football festivals this week. They gave it their all, well done children! We have also been practising something special for you all which will be happening next Tuesday (11th) at 1.10pm (you should have received an invitation for it yesterday). We are all very excited for this and can’t wait to see you all there!

Have a lovely weekend, see you on Monday. Don’t forget children will need their PE kits (with coloured house tops) ready for Sports Day 🙂

Pupil of the Week

In 2ZH this week, Leia is Pupil of the Week for demonstrating kindness towards her friends. Well done Leia!

In 2NS this week , Isha is Pupil of the Week for her great effort with reading and quizzing this week. Well done Isha, keep it up 🙂

Reader of the Week

In 2ZH Jack has impressed his teachers this week with his quizzing. Keep it up Jack!

In 2NS Dayton has been a superstar with his quizzing this week. Well done Dayton!

Super Spellers

Well done to the following children for achieving 10/10 in their spellings:

Alex, Isha, Rayan, Luna, Shanaya, Subhan, Chloe and Zara.

Birthdays

Wishing a big Happy Birthday to Musa S and Saffron this week!

Song

We will be singing this song in our class assembly on Tuesday.

Please encourage your child to practise singing and learning the words at home 🙂

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