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Thank you for all of your support and interaction over the past two weeks. During this strange time, it has been brilliant to see what you have been up to. 

 

Over the next two weeks of the Easter holidays, we want you to enjoy yourselves and relax - we think we all deserve it! Therefore, we won't be uploading to the school website for this time, or providing any work. However, if you would like to do any work over this time then please refer to the list of useful websites that you were given in your packs. For any urgent questions, please contact the school office. When the summer term begins (Monday 20th April), new home learning activities will be posted onto the website each week.

 

Kind regards

 

Mr Craggs, Mrs Webster and Miss Easton

 

 

 

 

Happy Easter message from Mrs Webster

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Happy Easter message from Mr Craggs

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NHS poster

Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters!

Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 1 A beautiful rainbow by M
Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 2 A fantastic moving monster
Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 3 Another fantastic moving monster!
Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 4 A panting monster!
Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 5 Let's do the skeleton dance!
Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 6 An important reminder by M in 3EW to 'be kind'
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Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 8
Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 9
Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 10
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Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 13
Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 14
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Year 3's fantastic pictures and moving monsters! 17

Week 2 Science challenge

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The science work for week 2 encouraged you to keep a food diary tracking what you have eaten. I would also like you to help a grown-up make a meal this week and send me you examples.
Could you mash the potatoes to go with your sausages?
Could you crush the garlic for your Spag Bol?
Could you chop the mushrooms for your stir fry? (Mushrooms are great for teaching chopping skills as they're soft enough to use a butter knife, even if many children 'say' they don't like the taste)

Year 3 videos

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Take a look at how we have used a pneumatic system to make our monster's move!

Another video!

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Monster Video 3

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Monster alert!

Another monster

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One more monster

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Mouse-eating monster

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More moving monsters

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Vicious monster

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Like a dinosaur

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Dusty the Dragon

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DT PROJECT Video 1

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Watch Mr Cragg's introduction to your Moving Monsters DT project!

DT PROJECT Video 2

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Watch Mr Craggs demonstrate your challenges from yesterday.

DT PROJECT Video 3

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Here is your third video explaining how you could make your monster with the equipment we provided you with. Good luck! It would be great to see photos of your monsters. Email them to us and let us know if you would be happy for us to post the picture on our class page for others to see.

DT PROJECT Video 4

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In Video 4, Mr Craggs talks about the final evaluation stage and how you can adapt and improve your moving monster if you would like to!

Year 3 Welcome Meeting Information for parents unable to attend

Writing checklists for English in Year 3

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