Topics for our new term!

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This week we have completed our work for Voices In the Park. We have thought about the park setting and how illustrations can change the way we view a picture, the mood and atmosphere. Setting descriptions are a super way of conveying a mood and emphasizing how the characters feel. Smudge and Charles enjoyed their time at the park and we have considered how we can write our own version of this brilliant story.


In R.E this term we are thinking about stories with a meaning. To open this unit of work we considered some of our favourite stories and how we can learn valuable lessons from them. This type of teaching is called a moral and we have thought about what characters we can learn from and how they could make better choices.

The Greeks - a reminder

Our new topic for the autumn term is the Groovy Greeks! We are going to compare Ancient Greece with modern day Greece. We request that if you have been on holiday to Greece and have some photographs or postcards that you would bring them in to school for Monday 15th September. Equally if you can bring in a holiday brochure this will help build a picture of what modern day Greece is like. Many thanks!


0 #1 Miss Breeze 2014-09-11 10:19
Great to see that you've had such an exciting start to the year! Well done Year 3 :-)
0 #2 Rohan 5jm 2014-09-17 12:37
that cadbury looks delicious hope you enjoyed your time :D

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