We had a busy start to the week, continuing to find fractions of amounts in Maths and researching endangered animals in English. As part of our English topic we have adopted a giant panda through the worldwide wildlife fund (WWF) and will write our own animal documentaries and narratives, featuring an endangered animal, over the next three weeks. It was also amazing having The Ark visit the school on Tuesday and have the opportunity to handle and learn about how we can care for different animals.
We focused on rallies in tennis and look forward to starting tennis with Mr Mills next Tuesday. For the rest of this half term children need to come to school in their PE on Tuesday and Wednesday. Next week they also need to wear it on Thursday as we have a cricket taster lesson. In computing we have been using scratch to programme and create avatars and musical jingles and in Science have started learning about magnets. Thank you Miss Lawlor for all your hard work, I forward to seeing Y3 on Monday.
Have a lovely weekend,
Please spend 30 minutes on read theory and then read either independently or to an adult for at least 15 minutes and write a comment in your record.
Please log onto study ladder and complete the three fraction activities set.