Bumblebees

Year 3

Our visit to the library
We had an amazing time at the library. Katherine told us how we can become members and what that means.
We had a look around and spent lots of time reading. It was great.
We even took some books out to bring back to the school.

Maths Place Value

We have been working our maths brains by embracing all there is to know about place value! We are living, breathing, even dreaming... about place value. #knowwhatyournumbersworth

What a day!
We had so much fun being Superheros for the day.
We read comics, wrote about our superhereos, watch superheros in action, designed our own logos to ice onto biscuits and even had a debate about who are the best superheros and super villains.

Shakespeare pops in...

O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo? Shall i compare thee to a summers day? Those are the iconic words we heard today as Shakespeare decided to use our classroom to write his next big play. 

Even though some of us thought Shakespeare did have a certain resemblance to our very own Miss Perkins... we embraced the day and got to work learning all there was to know about Shakespeare from the very man himself! 

Have a look at some of the non-chronological reports we wrote!

Lucas

Katie

Oscar

Alfie

Rafael

We learnt about Shakespeare's life, his work, his family and even the impressive amount of words he created that we still use today! 

#Shakespearesinsultsarethebest

#villains

#elfskins

#fools!

What an amazing first few weeks in Key Stage 2!
We have done so much in these first two weeks.  We wrote a letter to ourselves about the things we want to get better at over the year (we will open these in July!), we have created digital comic strips, we tried out ten different ways of writing, we learned about the first books and we even stepped inside a non-fiction book and learned about Bumblebees ready for our first English topic.

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Shakespeare pops in...

O Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou Romeo? Shall i compare thee to a summers day? Those are the iconic words we heard today as Shakespeare decided to use our classroom to write his next big play. 

Even though some of us did think Shakespeare did have a certain resemblance to our very own Miss Perkins... we embraced the day and got to work learning all there was to know about Shakespeare from the very man himself! 

We learnt about Shakespeares life, his work, his family and even the impressive amount of words he created that we still use today! 

#Shakespearesinsultsarethebest

#villains

#elfskins

#fools!

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