3HA were Back in Town!

I would just like to say thank-you to the children who have been back into school today to share some time together before the end of the year, I have had a great day! For some of us, it has been quite some time since we have seen each other and it was great fun to see you all again, share our…

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Year 3 Word Wizards

Well done Sienna, this is the first example of 'Word Wizardry' that we have received. Words are very interesting if you start looking for patterns within them or researching the history of words. I wonder if, as you are reading children, you can spot words within words and let us know? Keep in…

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Community Well-being

George, Ali, and mum were surprised this week as they walked their usual dog-walking route with the amount of litter they saw. They feel like it has increased since the lockdown.  Recently, we have been asking you to reflect on nature and the wonderful environment around us and how, now that we…

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Year 3 Home Learning

Year 3 have been busy bees at home over the last couple of weeks doing all sorts of learning both inside and outside. This blog shows some of the exciting work that they have been doing with their families and have sent in to share with us. Thank you, children, well done and keep up the great…

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Reading for Enjoyment

I just had to share these photographs with you! 

I walked through the library yesterday lunchtime  to find Year 6 snuggled down enjoying their library space and it wasn’t even raining outside. It was a pleasure to see them reading for the sheer enjoyment of it. Reading non - fiction, picture…

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Buster Book Club Award

 

In reading news. Mrs Starling and myself were very fortunate to be presented with the Platinum Literacy award and a Buster Award at the KM Charity Team Literacy Awards a couple of weeks ago. The awards recognise the efforts of schools that have shown particular enthusiasm or innovation with…

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Miracles in Year 3

Another couple of very busy weeks in Year 3!

Following on from our visit to Canterbury Cathedral ,where we looked at the Miracle Windows of Thomas Becket , the children thought it would be fun to create their own stained glass windows and write the tales that told the story of their own…

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Year 3 Pilgrims

Year 3's feet have not touched the ground since they came back to school. They began their cross-curricular learning journey by becoming pilgrims and retracing the footsteps of Henry 2nd to learn the story of Thomas Becket; the children dressed as pilgrims and looked amazing! As they…

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