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Miss Armistead and Mrs Golding

We have had a fantastic morning in our Drama and Art workshops! 😁

Year 4,5 and 6 enjoyed their history lesson with Max Slater, learning about the importance of the Navy and RAF during World War One and World War Two.

Testing out some Egyptian cooking with help from Sandy Baker!

A sunny school trip to Eden Valley Railway

Working on our embroidery skills in the sun ☀️

'Please Sir, can I have some more' - We have been studying Oliver Twist and putting ourselves into the characters shoes.

World Book Day 2022

Author and illustrator Liz Million came to show the children how to draw some fantastic characters.

Testing out some Titanic recipes

Exploring the differences between geocentric and heliocentric models.

Active maths fun! Practicing our place value knowledge.

As part of our English topic on myths and legends the children have been creating and describing their own mythical creatures.

We have had fun creating art work linked to our Topic of South America, taking inspiration from artists such as Beatriz Milhazes and the Mardi Gras festival.

Having fun creating an outdoor rainforest to show our learning of the different layers that create a rainforest and which animals live in the different layers.


This term our topic is based around the book 'Shackleton's Journey'; a cross-curricular exploration of the famous explorer and his expedition to Antarctica. Head over to the curriculum page to see our class plan for this term, where you'll find all the exciting lessons and activities Class 3 will be taken part in over the next 6 weeks. 


An exciting visit from Zoolab!

What a fantastic afternoon we had learning more about India; our topic this term. Class 3 were very lucky to have a talk from Jessie Oddy, who runs a local charity 'Curry Aid' which raises money to support orphanages in India. We were able to learn a lot more about India culture and traditions from our special guest and Mrs Taylor even got the chance to model! I was particularly impressed with the respectful and mature questions written by Class 3, well done everyone! 

Guest speaker, Jessie Oddy, visits Class 3!

For our World Book Day this year we have been explored the work of William Shakespeare. In Class 3, we have been learning about ‘The Tempest’, we have had a fantastic day creating freeze frame scenes, writing a diary entry and creating keyhole art work. 

World Book Day - Shakespeare theme

Wheelchair basketball!

Creating models of the Earth’s layers

Poetry day - blackout poetry!

Netball coaching

Classe Trois Rap,

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Class 3 having been learning French for a few weeks and we are really good at greetings. We feel confident that we could greet any French speaker and say hello or Hi, ask them how they are, reply themselves and say “ see you later and bye,”