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Year 3: Hawthorn, Aspen

Mr Seldon – jasonseldon@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk

Miss Sandercock – alicesandercock@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk

 

Mr Seldon – jasonseldon@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk

Miss Sandercock – alicesandercock@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk

Weekly Update – Friday 3rd February 2023  

English: We started to learn about non-chronological reports and the features you need when writing them. We started to write up a non-chronological report about the life cycle of pea shoots.

Maths: We have continued our learning about measurement. We looked at equivalent lengths and perimeter.

Science: We checked on our pea shoots and have written up our results. We then looked into seed dispersal and all the different ways seeds can spread.

PE: We finished our last lacrosse lesson with a match, bringing our skills together that we have learnt over the past few weeks.

Art: The children were very excited this week as we had local artist, Lynn Muir, come to school and talk to the children about her art and life. The children were able to see some of Lynn’s art and had a go at drawing their own version of one of her pieces.

 

Homework:

Reading: We expect children to read at least 5 times a week and record this in their yellow log.

Maths: We expect the children to practice their Times Table Rock stars for at least 10 minutes each week.

Spelling: Please practise spelling common exception words at least three times a week.

 

Volunteers still needed!

Wharf trip: Next Friday, 10th February, we are hoping to walk into Bude to visit some of the local art shops along the wharf and talk to the artists about their work as well as visiting the library.

We still need parent volunteers to support us throughout the day. We are aiming to leave school around 10.30am and will be walking back to school for pickup time at 3.10pm. However, if you are able to meet us at the Park house centre at 11am, support us throughout the day and then take your child home before we walk back to school, that would be helpful also.

If you are able to volunteer either way, please can you email your child’s class teacher and state whether you will walk from school or meet in Bude.

If the weather is unfortunately against us that day, we will make a decision to cancel the walk as soon as possible on that morning. Fingers crossed it is a lovely day!

 

 

Enjoy your weekend.

Mr Seldon & Miss Sandercock

Sue Read inspired Art

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