Welcome to the Class 3CC Page 2020-2021
Thursday 18th March
Today we have been to visit St Peter’s Church to learn about the Easter story. We thought about our our dreams and wishes for the future too.
Friday 18th December
This afternoon we have enjoyed our annual Christmas Fair (with a difference). We had an opportunity to spend our money on different class stalls in the hall, followed by party games in the classroom. Here is our stall of cone Rudolphs, cone Christmas trees and wooden bookmarks all ready for customers. All of our products sold out, so we hope that we have raised lots of money for a class treat later in the year. Merry Christmas everyone and we look forward to seeing you all in the New Year.
Tuesday 15th December - I’m a Teacher Get Me Out of Here
What an amazing day!! All the teachers took part in I'm a Teacher Get Me Out of Here, kindly organised and run by the PTA. This saw the teachers dressing as elves, taking on obstacle courses, getting pied in the face as well as the dreaded eating challenge. We had a fantastic day and the children loved every minute.
Friday 27th November
In maths we have made our own 3x table museums. We have shown our understanding of the 3x table in a variety of ways using equipment, pictures and number sentences. We worked very hard and have made some excellent museums!
Friday 6th November
Today we have walked to St Peter's Church to plant our poppies. If you're passing by then take a look, they make an eye-catching display.
Thursday 29th October
We have a selection of Remembrance Day items in the classroom for the children to bring in a donation for if they so wish. The suggested donation is 50p for a zip pull, reflector, wristband or poppy.
Thursday 29th October
Today we have been looking at some of the “ingredients” of soil. We managed to find stones, twigs, water, sand, leaves, roots and even a small creature or two!
Wednesday 28th October
Statutory Spelling List - Year 3 & 4
Please find below the statutory spelling list for years 3 and 4. The spellings are not split into year groups as we look at them throughout both of the year groups. This is just for your reference and is not part of our set homework.
Monday 26th October
Dragon Descriptions - English
3CC have been focusing on using interesting adjectives in their writing. Today, the children were able to use all of their best literacy skills to describe their very own dragon. This was an exciting task to help our children develop and incorporate adjectives into their writing.
Mary Anning research websites
Thursday 24th September
Meet the Teacher
Thank you to everyone who joined our Meet the Teacher Zoom yesterday. Please find below the PowerPoint that was shared during the meeting which has information about the curriculum, assessments, homework, general housekeeping as well as a few key dates for this term.
Monday 21st September
Stamford Park Visit - Geography
We enjoyed a sunny visit to Stamford Park today. As part of our geography topic on maps, we explored how our local area looks on a map. We learnt some key words related to our topic - aerial view and orientation and we had a go at orientating our own maps of the park so we knew which way to go. We had a lovely time exploring in the park and it was super way to apply our geography skills in the real world.
September 2020 - Science
Today we have been on a “rock hunt” around the school grounds. We looked for things that are made of rock and whether they are man made or natural.
Welcome to 3CC
We are all very excited to meet you all in September and welcome you to our school. We are busy getting everything ready for your new classrooms and planning lots of activities.
Next term you will be able to see pictures and updates about all the activities we have done in school on this page. Until then, please visit the Latest News page (https://www.spjs.org.uk/latest-news/) where you will find a virtual tour, information about our school and an activity for you to complete before September.
We hope you have a lovely summer break and we can't wait to see you in September.
Mrs Cook & Mrs Columb