Spring Term Highlights
Outdoor Learning -Tuesday afternoons
In creative curriculum, we made goodies for the Christmas Fabre in Morton that our lovely FOSS run. mrs Pullee printed out the labels and donated all the equipment so that we could make yummy treats. We hope you’ve been good enough to get one of our treats in your Christmas stocking!
We supported Children in Need by bring in our very own teddies dressed in spots. The children collected £49 to donate to this very worthy cause.
On a very sunny October morning, we welcomed the Cotswold Wardens to our school field. We completed an orienteering challenge and learnt how to use compasses to navigate our way around the field. We enjoyed it so much that we are going to set this up as an activity in the school playground in the summer.
In RE, we have been learning about the significance of cathedrals in Christianity. To demonstrate our understanding, we created models of our favourite cathedral with hidden messages behind doors and under the rooftops. Some of the messages were: welcome to God's house and his family; God's voice is amazing, come in and listen and the power of God is awesome!
The Cheltenham Literacy Festival
This Friday, we visited the Cheltenham Literacy Festival. The highlight of our day was going to see Anthony Horowitz and listening to his ideas about how to be a great writer. We can't wait to use his ideas in class. In the festival, we found an activity based around the Beano trail. We were the first school to complete the Beano trail which was brilliant - we were all given the Beano comic as a prize. After eating lunch (whilst watching a musician singing silly songs) we all chose our favourite books for Mrs Pulle to use as our class book. We start reading Wolf Brother tomorrow!
After welcoming our Diocese sheep today, we then took her to join in with our Harvest Festival celebrations in church. The head boy and head girl wrote and read prayers after our class performed a fable about how to trust others and how to treat others. Rebecca the sheep was so well behaved, she was awarded a certificate in our celebration Worship!
Welcome to Class 3 where they days are filled with fun learning, challenging activities and happy children!
We have started our year off with a Dahlishous Roald Dahl Day filled with lots of cross-curricular tasks based on Mrs Pullee's favourite Roald Dahl book - The Twits!
Please keep checking our class pages to see what we are learning in class 3!