Welcome to Class 3
Today is Transition morning so you should be here if you are going to be in Class 3 in September.
A big welcome to all the current Year 2 children who will be my new Year 3. And welcome back current Year 3 children who will be going into Year 4 next year!
Click on the link below to watch a video Mrs Lambert and I have made to say hello and tell you a little bit about your class next year.
Our first topic next term will be one of my favourites. It is called Blood, bones and body bits. We will be learning about different parts of our body and how to stay healthy. We find out about teeth and how to look after them and learn about food groups and the digestive system. We start by thinking about the skeleton and muscles and how we move.
For our transition morning activity, I would like you to make a Body booklet.
The templates are saved below. On one side, I would like you to do a collage picture of you! You can use any materials you have at home to add a colourful outfit and hair. You can colour in the face and arms and legs. On the opposite side, I would like you to draw what you think is inside your body. You don’t need to look anything up, just show your ideas!
There is a picture of one that someone has started to give you an idea of what to do.
On the other side, or second sheet, I have ruled lines for you to write on. On here, please tell me a little about yourself. I know it is quite small so do your best. I have written a bit about me to give you some ideas. Perhaps you could write about your favourite lessons, or hobbies. Tell me about your family too.
When you have finished, please photograph your work and email it to me at email@example.com
I look forward to hearing from you and to seeing you when we are all back at school next term.
Today for our person of faith, we will be looking at Bear Grylls. We will be thinking about the meaning of inspiration and what inspires Bear Grylls. Start by watching the powerpoint which includes a video. Then open the document below and answer the questions.
Can I sing a major and minor scale ?
Click on the link below to watch the video for your music lesson today.