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So it's the last term before Summer and it's going to be a busy one!

 

In English we are going to be looking at Narrative. We started with our Pirate morning on Monday to get the children enthused! They learnt how to walk and talk like a pirate as well as making their own Pirate book to log all the facts and words we come across this half term! We will be exploring Pirate stories and the children will be writing their own!

 

In Science, we will be taking doing some exciting investigations. The children will learn how to predict and create their own comparative and fair tests before drawing conclusions from the results. Watch this space for some pictures of what we get up to!

 

In Topic we are continuing with British Values but looking at Tolerance. This involves learning about people from different cultures and beliefs and how we can be welcoming towards them.

Just some of the amazing homework that the children did during Summer 1. We hope to see more in the coming weeks!
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Topic - British Values and Tolerance.

To start of our Topic of Tolerance, we looked at how we can be welcoming to one another. We thought back to our first days at Newhall Juniors and how we felt during those daunting first few days!

 

We then created a pocket poster full of notes from us to the new Year 3 children that will be coming up in September. We hope they will feel more welcome once they have read our encouraging words!

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Science - Investigations.

So for our first investigation we were looking at air resistance. We compared parachutes made out of different materials to see which material created the most air resistance. We each predicted which material we thought would resist the most and then tested them against a stopwatch. 

 

The result was that the plastic bag! Here is Alice demonstrating how we observed it fall!

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Wednesday 8th June.

Today we had the pleasure of watching 3F's performance of The Tempest. They have been working with Maria this term.

 

The children really enjoyed seeing Maria again and watching the performance. They asked some brilliant questions to some of the characters that were being 'hotseated'.

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World Book Day was a huge success. The whole school made a fantastic effort to raise awareness of just how important books are. Here are some of 3M's contributions! 

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