Congratulations to this weeks Star of the Week, Mathematician of the Week and Superstar Writer!
This half term, in Sapphire Class, we have being looking at measurement. Today we started looking at weight. We investigated using a range of different scales to measure the weight of different objects around the classroom.
This week, Sapphire Class had our first road safety lesson. On Thursday, we learnt how to find a safe place to cross the road, check that it is safe to cross and finally cross the road safely in a straight line.
It’s really important to practice the skills we have learnt whenever we are crossing roads. We cannot wait for our next road safety session, where we will be learning how to cross the road even if there isn’t a safe place to cross.
Congratulations to the latest Pride of Prince Edward from Sapphire Class!
The Pride of Prince Edward this week is a pleasure to have in class. He is kind, polite and hard working. He always looks after others in our class and makes it his mission to be a friend to everyone. These qualities and more make our friend in Y3 Sapphire Class an obvious choice to be a Pride of Prince Edward!
Leading in Learning – Bronze – Henrique Da Costa
This week in Literacy we have been writing descriptions of the cave from our book Stone Age Boy. Henrique completed a fantastic piece of writing and used lots of amazing vocabulary. Henrique even created this sentence to describe how he was feeling walking into the cave:
‘The more I walked into the cave, the more my fear grew like flames in my stomach.’
Excellent Effort – Bronze – Eva-Lee Petch
Eva-Lee is always hard working, but Mr Little has been particularly impressed with the effort she has shown this week. Sapphire class have been looking at investigations in maths this week and Eva-Lee found this a little tricky at first but she persevered and showed determination to find a solution to the problem. Keep up your fantastic attitude to learning.
Charming Citizenship – Bronze – Ethan Ncube
Ethan has impressed everyone recently with his amazing attitude. Ethan has been working hard on making sure he is always doing the right thing. He has been polite, hardworking and kind in class and can now be relied on to be a sensible role model to others in the classroom. Keep it up Ethan, we all love your mature attitude!
This week Sapphire class have won the trophy for the best punctuality. This week we have had 0 late arivals. A huge thank you to all the parents and children who made an extra effort to come to school on time this week.
Today, we were invited to wear the colour green to school to show our support for the people suffering or were involved in the Grenfell fire in London. By wearing green, we show solidarity and support for the people who died, were injured or lost everything in this tragic event.
A massive thank you to everyone who donated to this cause. We have raised over £200! This money will go towards helping those that have been affected in London.