It has been an extremely busy week this week in 3E. We have been newspaper reporters during our English lessons, reporting on the Iron Man and Space-bat-angel-dragon battle of strength. In Maths we have been focusing on our multiplication and division skills.
We have also looked at how robots have changed our toys as well as how they may help to shape the future . Our PE lesson has seen us develop our dance skills by creating our own robot dances to help tell the story of the Iron Man.
To end the week we had non-uniform day and a delicious cake sale to help raise money for Children in Need. Thank you to everyone for supporting this!
6.11.18 - WOW Day
Yesterday, the children celebrated the official launch of their new topic- May the force be with you!
During the morning, the children participated in a forces workshop where they thought about what a force is as well as looking at examples of different forces being used in a practical way. The children had fun working together and completing all the different stations such as looking at how a rubber duck floats, what makes Sycamore seeds fall to the ground? How does a car stop and does the surface it travels affect the speed it travels?
In the afternoon the children watched the Iron Giant, a film based on our class text The Iron Man by Ted Hughes, they then completed a film review about it. Well done everybody, great work!
Wow! What a fabulous ending to our Ancient Egyptian topic. 3E was transported back in time to 51 BC and the reign of Cleopatra.
The children took part in different "apprentice" workshops. During the morning the children got their thinking skills to work to work on pyramid building and working out how many limestone blocks they would need to build pyramids of various heights. Next the children got to experience real embalming and attempted to mummify sardines. It smelled pretty horrid, was gruesome but lots of fun!
During the afternoon we learned how to "Walk like an Egyptian" as well as learning how to"Write like an Egyptian".
Thank you to all parents for putting so much effort into the fantastic costumes, your children looked fabulous!
Enjoy half term. Mrs Elsmore is looking forward to welcoming you back ready to embark on our next adventure based on the theme "May the force be with you"!
3E have been busy thinking scientifically this week, and have investigated how light travels and what materials are opaque, translucent and transparent.
We today, we planned an investigation to find out which material we could use to make a sundial. We learned that Ancient Egyptians didn't have clocks and possibly used the sun to tell the time. We will be conducting our investigations next week, so what this space!
Carrot car racing??
Yes that's right, 3E held their very own carrot car race today!
As part of our Jigsaw lesson, we designed and built our own car using only carrots and cocktail sticks. The most successful cars were the ones built by teams who worked well as part of a team and shared ideas and job roles.
The children were very creative with their designs and most of the cars moved on their own with just a pull or a push to get it moving!
Well done 3E!
Wow! What a fabulous week 3E!
Not only have we been working really hard in all our lessons this week, we also won BJ for our great attendance, Rosie for our fantastic lining up and we also were top of the leader board for behaviour points!
Mrs Elsmore is very proud of you all!
We had lots of fun in our jigsaw lesson this week. Not only did we have Rosie and BJ to join in the fun but we played some games which helped us think about the importance of working together. We also thought about rewards and consequences as well as thinking of new ones we would like in our dream class.
We have been very busy again this week and have had lots of fun!
In Maths we were continuing with our place value work and we are getting very good at number and place value now! We also tried out times tables rock stars which we thoroughly enjoyed!
In English we wrote stories inspired by The Time Travelling Cat and then looked at a new genre of writing; Diary entries.
In our Topic work we have looked at being safe in the sun, which is particularly important in countries such as Egypt! We have also began to look at pyramids, which we will continue with next week.
During our Jigsaw lessons we thought about our dream school and compared it to our school. We discovered Broadmeadow is very close to actually being our dream school!
What a fabulous end to the week, 3E won Rosie!!
We are all so proud of ourselves for being the winning class!
The children have had yet another exciting week which was capped off with an amazing Wow Day! We started the day with a delivery of a briefcase from Doctor Rison! The children were given the task of finding out about Egyptian artefacts through looking at an excavation site. Children were given different jobs to do whilst exploring the site.
The children then produced a detailed report for Doctor Rison explaining what they found, where each of the items came from and the measurements of the artefacts they had found.
In the afternoon the children produced a sketch map of the excavation site, and learnt about Egypt and the River Nile.
The children enjoyed an action packed day!
Well done everybody, have a lovely restful weekend!
Welcome to the new school year. I hope everyone has had a lovely summer break and are ready to start your time here in the Juniors!
I will soon be filling this page with lots of exciting class news, pictures of things we’ve done and more.
Do you have any ideas for this page? If so, then let me know!
I look forward to seeing everyone on Wednesday 5th.
A Fabulous Week!
Well done 3E, everyone had a fabulous week this week and have settled into the juniors quickly, it's as if they have been here for a long time! 3E picked up the school routines quickly and effortlessly, Mrs Elsmore is very proud!
Next week we will be starting our fantastic topic "Tomb Raiders".
Remember to use the strategies we learned in school this week to help learn your spellings, test will be on Thursday!