The few weeks since half term have been so busy Mrs Crowther hasn’t even had time to write a blog. So here’s what we’ve been up to.

The few weeks since half term have been so busy Mrs Crowther hasn’t even had time to write a blog. So here’s what we’ve been up to.

Over the holidays we worked hard to build some amazing caves to put on our display about the Stone Age. We have also learnt so many new historical terms that our…

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Would you like to learn Judo ... 

Would you like to learn Judo ... 

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We finally come to the end of our Into the Woods topic.

We finally come to the end of our Into the Woods topic. Throughout the whole topic we were trying to answer one overarching question ‘Can our trees be saved?’

We thought about if trees are beautiful and looked at art work that has been inspired by trees and decided that yes trees were a thing…

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This week has seen us crown our very first Times table Rock Star champion.

This week has seen us crown our very first Times table Rock Star champion. Cody was lightning fast and very accurate in our tournament on Friday. We have also begun to research different wildlife animals to be able to write our own encyclopaedia.

In our topic work we have been using a range of…

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What a busy first few weeks we’ve had.

What a busy first few weeks we’ve had. From creating masterpieces in our art work to wandering around looking for protected trees we’ve hardly had time to stop and take a breath. Mrs Crowther has had us working so hard! She’s even had us conducting investigations on friction around the school as…

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What a year we’ve had!

What a year we’ve had! Getting sorted by the Sorting Hat way back in September was really exciting. We loved learning about Harry Potter and especially about the music of John Williams.

As they year has gone on we have worked hard with our handwriting, spellings and times tables to the point…

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How does water get from the roots to the leaves?

How does water get from the roots to the leaves?

This week year 3 in science we have been investigating how water travels from the roots to the leaves.  We now know that the roots absorb the water and transports it to the leaves.  The water then evaporates, this causes the stem to suck up more…

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Beatrix Potter’s magnificent imagination has affected children ....

Beatrix Potter’s magnificent imagination has affected children and adults all over the world.  Everyone knows The Tale of Peter Rabbit! Her pictures and stories have a charming and thrilling imagination which every person, every parent, every child can enjoy.

This week we have been looking at…

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Michel Roux watch out because Limbrick Class have become master chefs

Michel Roux watch out because Limbrick Class have become master chefs this week. All week we have been planning and writing recipes for our own soups, learning different cooking skills, making our own butter and trying it out.

We’ve learnt how to chop, peel and grate ready to make our own leek…

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The sun has been shining so we decided to take our learning outside.

The sun has been shining so we decided to take our learning outside. We knew we had a few more challenges to complete to earn our Bronze award for the RSPB Wild Challenges so we thought Thursday would be a perfect opportunity. So off we went down onto the school field and into the Garden of…

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The first day back and already something strange has happened!

The first day back and already something strange has happened! There’s been an alien invasion! Our room was turned upside down. Mrs Crowther was furious because she thought we had all done it but after a bit of an investigation where we interviewed the teachers and other pupils we found a video…

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Who was the greatest? Alfred or Athelstan?

Who was the greatest? Alfred or Athelstan? That is what we have been discussing and researching this week. Alfred was known as Alfred the Great but Athelstan was pretty awesome too. Why don’t you ask us what we think?

This week we have also been learning about opaque, transparent and…

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