Monthly Archives: February 2018

Working Hard on Word Class!

Today we have worked really hard on learning about prepositions, pronouns and determiners.  At the end of our grammar morning, Miss Nicholson challenged us to this…

Do you think you would be able to do it?

Miss Nicholson

Speaking and Listening Competition 2018

Dear parents and carers,

Prior to the half-term holiday, all the pupils in school received a letter regarding the up-coming Speaking and Listening competition later this term. In preparation for this, the children need to write a script and prepare props (optional) on a topic of their choice which they will then present to their classmates. These presentations need to be approximatley 3 minutes long.

The children in Class 14 starting presenting their speeches yesterday and we are hoping to hear all 27 speeches by the end of this week. This will then enable us to select a winner from our class to go through to the KS2 final in a couple of weeks time.

It would be most appreciated if you could ensure that your child has completed this task and are prepared ready to present at any point during this week.

Many thanks,

Mrs Hickling

A polite reminder

On Monday 5th March, Year 3 are going to St Mary’s Church to take part in our concert!

Thank you to all of permission slips I have had back. If your child hasn’t returned their letter, I would like it by Thursday 1st March so we can make any further necessary arrangements.

Kind Regards

Miss Marshall

World Book Day 2018!

This Thursday is ‘World Book Day’!  We would love for our class to get involved and get dressing up! If you are struggling for some ideas, here are some quick and easy cotumes to try:

https://www.walesonline.co.uk/whats-on/family-kids-news/30-last-minute-world-book-10976213

Feel free to come as something World War Two inspired too.  I am coming as ‘Rosie the Riveter’.  Can’t wait to see all of your outfits…

Miss Nicholson