We experienced some sports we can try next year after school.
In our reading teams, we used text marking to support retrieval of information from a non-fiction book.
After reading more of our novel, we were introduced to the Sarcastic Seaweed. Together, we discussed what sarcasm is and identified examples in the text. We thought about how sarcastic comments are often accompanied and reinforced by body position and language, facial expressions, and tone of voice. In groups, we role-played this scene by organising ourselves into groups of four: as Oliver, Iris and two sarcastic seaweeds. They had to think of sarcastic phrases they might address to Iris and Oliver, and to consider what the impact of these phrases might be on their feelings.
In order to commemorate Sir Tom’s incredible achievement, we completed the live GoNoodle 101 second challenges.
During this lesson, we began to think about our lives and the different roles we have in it. On a net of a cube, we had a picture of ourselves and on each face, we had to write the roles we had. We then constructed the cube to show the different sides of ourselves. Later, we will extend this idea to thinking about Brahman. Hindus believe in a universal soul or God called Brahman. Brahman takes on many forms that some Hindus worship as gods or goddesses in their own right.
This week Year 3 are taking part in TTRockstars 'Rock Out Week 2020'. Check out the poster and parent letter for all the details. The first placed class will with an Amazon voucher worth £100! Get rockin', Year 3!
In today’s lesson, the children each presented the ‘Beaconside News’ to give a historical recount of the Viking attack at Lindisfarne. Each group had to answer the following questions within their report:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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