The Moon Landing
In science this week learnt about the first moon landing back in 1969 and the children re-enacted the scene using the famous quote, "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.
Year 3 carried out an number of investigation looking at forces. They set-up the investigations, noted their observations and identified the forces in action. Great work!
Using their science knowledge in DT, the child made some mechanical hands.
Enjoying the February Sunshine
We've looked at pushes, pulls and twists, this week the children have deepened their understanding about friction. It's been lovely to see everyone getting so enthusiastic about science; the proof is in the investigations!
For those working from home, you improvised well using t-towels, grass, books and rolls of sandpaper - great work!
We survived! You actually did more than that, you have all worked incredibly hard and produced some lovely work.
Year 3 are now masters of short multiplication and ready for division next week.
George and his Marvellous Medicine has helped you to create some intriguing witness statements as well as demonstrating your understanding of speech punctuation.
For me, the work that sums up how we feel at the moment was the art you produced. Collage portraits in the style of Picasso, they made me smile which is exactly what we need at the moment, thank you.
Have a good weekend and I look forward to seeing you all on Monday.