Class 3 had their very first class assembly this week – invaded by minions! Class 3 taught Dave, Stuart, Jerry and Minion Layla all about Autumn as they had no idea! We picked out our favourite things…
- Walks in the leaves
- Hot chocolates
- Apple and blackberry picking
- Bonfire Night
- Remembrance Day
Autumn is FULL of so many exciting events and we all can’t wait for it. Autumn is an amazing time of the year. It starts to get colder, the nights get darker and the leaves get crunchier. Let’s get the marshmallows out! (Class 3 even had a sneaky giant marshmallow each for doing such a super job in their assembly!)
Miss Wilson x
Class 3 went on a sensory walk around the school to observe the changes in autumn!
What can you see?
What can you hear?
What can you feel?
What can you smell?
We came up with so many ideas and filled our senses tables up in our books completely!
In the afternoon, we made our own scarecrows after designing them the week before. We had a blast!
Such fab hair and hats! Miss Wilson x
We have carried out a survey this week to find out which flower was the most popular in Class 3. We completed a tally chart and block graph. Rose was the most popular flower.
We had a very special visitor in school this week from Quorn. She came in and showed us lots of different recipes using Quorn. We got to the chance to help with the cooking and got to taste all the yummy food at the end. We thoroughly enjoyed this and some of us found out we now like foods that we didn’t used to eat!
What an amazing job the children did today in their assembly. They did some super acting and all remembered their lines. Well done Class 3!
Every morning Class 3 go out to use the running track. We know that exercise keeps us fit and healthy and it also helps us to concentrate on our work.
We had a fantastic time at The Word. We got to complete lots of different activities about Barnaby Bear and even got to do some filming in the TV studio. Here is what we got up to:
Class 3 did a fantastic job in their Around the World assembly. They remember lots of facts and information about the countries they have learned about.