Wow, what a great end to the year.
A great end to our school year celebrating the end of the war!
Year 3 enjoyed a fabulous day in Great Missenden, exploring inspirational buildings for some of Roald Dahl’s books. The session in the museum was very interesting. We hope the children can make use of their free ticket to return there
Year 3 children have had their final lesson today before their concert next week. All parents and careers are invited to come and watch at 2:15 next Thursday afternoon. The children have been working to hard to learn all of the new skills and are looking forward to sharing these in the concert.
Wow, what a wonderful afternoon sharing the children’s homework projects. The children who took part spoke animatedly about their work. The children’s writing has been tremendous. It was wonderful to see confident, enthused children. How fabulous to interview great grandparents and look at real medals and photos! The model medals were real eye catchers too. We all thoroughly enjoyed the WW2 inspired food, plus the array of Anderson Shelters was spectacular. We loved the couscous grass, shreddies sandbags, bubblegum vegetables, baked bean can walls and lego furniture. Well done Class 1!
This afternoon, Year 3 have enjoyed showing off their homework projects. We have seen a wide range of projects, including: factfiles, models of Anderson shelters, drawings, cakes and many more. We have been very impressed by the effort put into this homework and would like to thank parents and careers at home for their support with this.
Year 3 have been studying Vincent Van Gogh’s ‘The Starry Night’ painting. Last week they designed and painted a batik inspired by Van Gogh’s painting. We think these batiks look fantastic!
In Year 3, we have started to learn about Islam in our RE lessons. This week, we learned about the 99 names of Allah. Here are some beautiful designs we made, showing some of His names.
Year 3 have been following a recipe to make carrot cookies. This recipe could have been made using one person’s rations during World War 2. The children have peeled, grated and mixed the ingredients and were able to taste their cookies this afternoon.