Jul 23 2011


End of the year statistics

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That’s it everyone, the end of year 3!

You’ve all had a great year and I’ve really enjoyed teaching you. Thank you all for your hard work this year and for contributing so much to our class blog. Here are the final statistics!

As of the 22nd July 2011, there have been…

3,148 visitors from

43 different countries.

1,160 comments were posted on our blog.

 

 

 

 

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Jul 12 2011


Memories of Year 3

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With the end of year just around the corner and Year 4 looming, I thought it would be nice for us to collect our memories of Year 3. Write down what things you can remember or what you enjoyed doing this year.

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Jul 05 2011


Super hero pictures

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We produced these pieces of artwork as part of our super hero writing week. We used a real photo of ourselves and collaged over it to create a costume. We then added text in the style of comic books.

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Jul 01 2011


Exaggerated similes

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Some children from our class were lucky enough to do  a poetry workshop with Brian Moses. Afterwards, they taught us how to write an exaggerated simile poem.

Here is an example of one line.

My glorious gorilla is as talented as a singer doing backflips on a trampoline.

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Jul 01 2011


Ten tired teachers

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We have been looking at lots of poems by Brian Moses this week. The first poems we wrote were based on his poem Behind the Staffroom Door.

Here is the first line to inspire you.

Ten tired teachers slumped in the staffroom at playtime,
one collapsed when the coffee ran out, then there were nine.

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Jul 01 2011


Free Viking show

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Hi everyone, I just wanted to let you know about a free viking show which is taking place this weekend in Timperley (this is very close to Chorlton and South Manchester).

The show is part of the Altrincham Festival and takes place at the Timperley showgrounds on Saturday 2nd July. The Viking display starts at 1:30pm but there are other events beforehand.

I thought this might be a fun chance for you to see some ‘real life’ (of course it is people just pretending) vikings battling and there is even a chance for you to join in!

For more information about the Altrincham Festival, visit this website.

http://www.yourfestival.org.uk/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=94:vikings&catid=
48:altrinchamfestivalnews&Itemid=182

Have fun and tell us all about it if you go! 🙂

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Jun 21 2011


We can be heroes – just for one day!

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This morning, we came up with super hero / villain identities as part of our writing week.

What was your character called and what were their super powers?

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Jun 16 2011


Bug hunt artwork

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Today we created a chalk bug hunt on the paving outside our classroom. We drew lots of invertebrates, grass, leaves, flowers and other woodland features. Then, we left questions up for other people to answer about our work.

It was a nice opportunity to work outside of the classroom again and I was really impressed by the level of teamwork and communication on show.

Can you think of any other questions which we could ask people?

 

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Jun 15 2011


School Grounds Week – Tree faces

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We began our lesson by looking at the shapes of tree. We decided that certain parts of trees looked like faces and we looked for interesting faces to share with our partners.

Then, we used clay to make face sculptures on the trees themselves. We added natural materials which we had found on the floor to give them more detail and character.

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Jun 15 2011


New video on the French blog!

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Hi everyone,

Madame Utting has informed me that there is a video of you all singing a French song on our French blog! Go and watch it, and leave a comment for Madame Utting!

You can follow the link at the side of the page or simply click here

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