Summer Term 2019 Topic overview
Take a look at the Spring Term 2019 curriculum overview for Class 3
Taking inspiration from Van Gogh's Sunflowers
Acting out The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe
Learning to play tennis
Football training with Kidderminster Harriers, 6th June 2019
Enjoying shared reading, 2nd May 2019
Crusades April 2019
Odd Sock Day 26th March 2019, to raise awareness of Down Syndrome
Class 3 had a great day on the whole school visit to Warwick Castle 21st March 2019
Congratulations to Class 3 on creating such fantastic castles and thank you to parents for helping and encouraging them with this project.
Thank you so much to Mrs Wilkes from Holland Opticians who came into school to tell Class 3 all about eyes.
Children's Mental Health and Wellbeing Week 4th - 8th February 2019
Dance in Motion
French Pen Pals
Christmas 2018 fun in Class 3!
Forest School - toasting marshmallows
Worm Count at Madresfield Court
This term Class 3's learning is focused on 'Stone Age to Iron Age'. Take a look at this pictorial overview of how the topic is being delivered across the curriculum.
Class 3 and 4 visit to Worcester Mosque
On Wednesday 28th October 2018, as part of their R.E, Key Stage 2 visited Worcester Central Mosque to enhance their learning about Islam.
They were given a talk about the five pillars of Islam and a tour of the Mosque, as well as being given the opportunity to ask their own questions. We would like to thank the leaders of the Mosque for making us feel so welcome and providing the children with such a wonderful experience.
Trip to Bishops Wood
Book Corner - a peaceful, welcoming area in our newly decorated classroom.
18th July 2018, Transition day
13th July 2018 - What a busy week! We got dressed up for our play, went to Forest School, did training with Kidderminster Harriers, played Lacrosse with Mrs Hopkinson, did Zumba with Miss Sheringham and learnt about Roman Army formations including the Turtle and the Wedge!
Welcome to Class 3!
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