During forest schools this week, we collected a variety of different flowers so we could press them. We are excited to see how they turn out in a few weeks once they are dried out.
We have been exploring the structure of plants in science this week. Year 3 created observational drawings and then painted them with water colours.
We loved a session with Dave, from BoxtoBfit this week. We all noticed how much we have improved this year, our skills are definitely getting better.
To launch our new Learning Mission, A Fair World, we took part in a whole school colour run! We designed t-shirts to raise awareness about fairness and equality. We hope to inspire more fairness and kindness in the world. 🌈
We have spent 7 weeks investigating what plants need to grow. We have had many plants around the classroom, with different amount of water, air, light, space and soil. There has been many differences! See below…
We throughly enjoyed our workshop all about Hinduism this week. We learnt so much which will support our learning in RE next week too.
We recently enjoyed trying out Miss Taylor’s harp! We listened to her play, but also got to have a go ourselves!
We have enjoyed using the parachute this week! Playing lots of games and having great fun together. Perfect for well-being Wednesdays!
As part of our learning this week in learning mission, we researched a local building of significance. We discovered lots of fascinating facts about York Minster. It is over 900 years old and is the second largest cathedral in Northern Europe. We made models of the minster!
After our local walk, we edited and improved our sketch maps, ensuring they had a key which showed the physical and human features of our local environment.