Our Year Three pupils had a wonderful time at Leeson House this week. The weather was very kind and allowed all activities to go extremely smoothly. Many thanks to all of the staff who gave up their time to allow for this magical experience for our pupils.
Year 3’s ‘Sticks and Leaves’ salad is currently being prepared in the kitchen. Vegetables are roasting, the salad is prepared, the cheese is grated and the pastry is about to be rolled! Bon appetit!
Many thanks to all of the parents who joined in with our children to make thumb pots this afternoon. The results were really impressive!
There have been a lot of science experiments taking place this week. Year 3 are finding out what happens to flowers and plants when placed into coloured water whilst Year 5 have dissected tulips. In Year 6, the children have taken apart owl pellets in order to investigate the diet of owls. Great hands on learning!
This term’s curriculum projects are now fully underway. These projects are carefully selected and planned to ensure that our curriculum provision is both broad and balanced and effective in ensuring the best development for our pupils.
All of us at 3JD are learning about the Stoneage this week as part of our ‘Tribal Tales’ topic. We are looking forward to learning about Stonage this half-term. We have already discovered that they had tools and weapons made from stone and also invented fire! We hope this topic is as exciting as our last topic called ‘Scrumdiddlyumptious’
Year 3 have been enjoying a fantastic WOW day to start their new topic ‘Tribal Tales’. They have been enjoying a dinosaur show inside the Dino dome among other exciting activities.