Welcome back! Autumn Term 2019.
The children have come back to school keen and ready to learn, which is wonderful to see. Year 3 are settling into class 3 really well and year 4 are being excellent role-models. Please find below our newsletter and knowledge organisers for science and history. These will help you share key information about our topic work with your child. As always, please do come and see me with any questions you might have.
Welcome back to Summer Term 2019
We've got lots of exciting projects and events coming up this term. We have already started our photography project, mystery writing and thinking about how rivers are formed. We are working towards a big concert with other schools with our violins - details will follow shortly. Please find below the newsletter and knowledge organiser for Geography which were sent home 24.04.19 and our curriculum map and curriculum intent for this term. Don't forget our parents evenings 29.04.19 and 30.04.19!
This half term we are looking at Jesus as the Saviour in RE and in Geography we are looking at lines of latitude and longitude and linking these to biomes. Please find below the knowledge organisers the children will be provided with in class to help them with their vocabulary and understanding. Please discuss these terms with them where you can at home to aid their deepening understanding.
Please find below the recent letters that have been sent out about resources required, dates for diary and Mother's Day messages
We had a fantastic Victorian Day at the end of last half term. Please find some photos of our day below.
Class 3 have worked really hard this term with our dance specialist teacher to produce a fantastic group dance. You can watch their most recent practise below.
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Reminder that 15th February is our Victorian day experience. Please find the letter about this below:
Walk around Bungay 2019
Class 3 found lots of interesting buildings during our walk around Bungay and we have started to research when some of them were built, their original purpose and what they are now used for. This is helping us to understand some of the historical events in Bungay and the impact they had on our town. Below are some of the interesting buildings we saw.
Happy New Year and Welcome back to class 3!
Welcome back class 3 to 2019! We hope that you have all had a fantastic Christmas and thank you all for your kind wishes, cards and gifts. We have already had a busy start to term and have several exciting events planned. Please make sure that you are reading to an adult at least 3 times a week and that you are practising your times tables, spellings and are completing your homework on time. Please find below the curriculum map, newsletter and project sheet for this term. If you have any questions, concerns or can spare an hour or two to help in class please do come and talk to myself or Mrs Talbot. We wish you all a very Happy New Year. Mrs Curtis
Welcome to Class 3 2018-19
Welcome back to school. What an amazing and busy few days we have had already! We have taken a walk down to the Staithe as part of our topic work on the River Waveney, we are preparing for our Mass on Friday and our school trip to Sutton Hoo next week. All of the children have settled back into the school routine well and are using their learning powers well. I am looking forward to an exciting year. Please find below our current newsletter and curriculum map for the Autumn term. Any questions please do come and see me. Mrs Curtis