Welcome to Class 3
Our Year 3 and 4 class teachers are Miss Murphy and Mrs Leddy is our TA
Activities, Visits & Trips 2019-20
This morning we have completed another multiplication check. Class three have been working very hard each week to practise their times tables. It’s also really important that the children practise at home each week too!
What a fantastic morning class 3 have had at Wolsingham School! We are very proud of everyone who took part and showed brilliant sportsmanship. Each team did fantastically so well done to everyone involved, but a special well done to our blue team who came 2nd overall!
This morning we have been practising curling and boccia ready for our festival on Monday.
We have all joined in and made a fantastic effort!
Next week we are holding our class 3 parent/carer event. It will be on Wednesday at 2pm. We will be designing and creating our calendars to take home at the end of the year. If we have time, we may also look at some of the timetable practise we have been doing on TTRockstars. We’d love it if you could come along!
This half term in literacy we are reading the text: George’s Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl. After exploring the main character (George), we each made a profile from his point of view. Here are some examples of our fantastic work.
After visiting the Mining Art Gallery in Bishop Auckland, Gemma from the Auckland Project came into school to do some art work with us. Norman Cornish created different portraits of special people in his life. As a class, we discussed the important people in our lives and what makes them special. Then, we made portraits of our special people using oil pastels. Look how fantastic they are!
Some pictures from when we made bread last week. It was very tasty!
We also walked around the art gallery, looking at paintings from Norman Cornish and Tom McGuinness. We tried to recreate the art work that we found the most interesting. We learned a lot about mining life and how difficult and dangerous it was.
Today, class 3 visited the mining art gallery in Bishop Auckland. In our groups we each tried dry point etching using Tom McGuinness’ personal printer from around 150 years ago! Our art work turned out very well.
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