In Class 3 this year, we have 33 fantastic students who are eager to learn and excited about our year ahead! Miss Rouke is the class teacher and Mrs. Robertson and Mrs. Jones are the teaching assistants. We also have help from Mr. Jones and Miss Arnold (Music), Mrs Horner (Science) and Mr. Read (European Studies).
World War 1
Class 3 made an amazing soldier memorial statue that is part of the World War 1 Remembrance Sunday Service at St Anne's Church. Well done to everyone at school for creating brilliant art to decorate the church.
A superb performance by Class 3 at Ripley All Saints Church. The children were fabulous! Well done to all who were involved! A fabulous start to the topic
Our topic this half term will be World War 1. We thought this would be an important topic to cover as it is 100 years since the end of the First World War. We will be learning about key events that took place in the war through art, drama, topic, reading and writing. As a class, we will be reading War Horse, if your child has a copy they can read along as we go. On the 8th November we will be at All Saints Church in Ripley to perform a shadow mime routine relating to the First World War.
- Lest We Forget.
Rolls Royce Engineering
Class 3 spent a morning at Rolls Royce learning about what it means to be an Engineer. We learned about the history of Rolls Royce; the job of an engineer; how aeroplane engines have evolved to the jet engines we use today; how aeroplanes fly and so much more.
Photos to follow.
This week, our Science lesson was extraordinary! We had a lesson all about forensics and how to find fingerprints on porous and non-porous materials. Then, we identified the shoe of a partial footprint. It was a fantastic morning! Thank you to Liane for teaching us all about it!
Take a look at the video and photos below!
This week, in Class 3, we have made a war memorial based on World War 1. This is because we will be performing at Ripley All Saints Church as part of a local project that is celebrating the WW1 centenary this year. This war memorial will be a prop at the show and then we can keep it! The children had lots of fun learning how to make it.
We have been learning about digestion! Here are some pictures as we 'digested' some fruit and crackers
Our trip to London was fantastic! We had a great time, we saw lots of sights in London from the coach. Our day started with a tour of The Houses of Parliament and then a question and answer session with Nigel Mills MP. Then we went to The Imperial War Museum where we saw some amazing artwork, artefacts, vehicles and so much more!
Here are a few pictures of our amazing day!
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