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Sept 2016 - July 2017

Mother's Day Cards

We used our embroidery skills to make a bookmark insert for our cards.

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Instructions

Do you feel like a lovely cup of tea or some delicious hot buttered toast? Well if you do, follow these instructions written by Green Class and they will help you make your perfect cup of tea and slice of toast.

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Savoury Cooking

The children cooked onion tart and garlic bread with produce grown in our school allotment.

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Apple Crumble

We picked apples from our fruit trees and made delicious apple crumble.

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Harvest

Green Class prepared the fruit and vegetables grown at school to display at the Harvest Festival.

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Sept 2014 - July 2015

Reflections on World War 1

Year 3 has used a variety of mediums, including charcoal, pastels and watercolour, to create a series of pictures to reflect on World War 1.
They have tried to capture the changing mood of the war years from peace throughout the land, to the ‘storm clouds’ brewing across Europe, through the horrors of war until peace finally returns.

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Bug Houses

In Enrichment Year 3 have been learning wood-working skills and have created some ‘bug-houses’. First they designed their ‘bug houses’. Then they have learnt to measure, saw and sand the wood. Next they glued it together following their design. Finally the ‘Bug-houses’ were decorated and filled with twigs, leaves and pine cones to make them nice and comfortable – ready for some new residents!

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Stone Age Art

Handprints were found in caves in Spain, believed to be made by women and are thought to be 40,000 years old. We have recreated the handprints by blending pastels and chalks. Our cave drawings are also in pastel. They are based on those found in France and are thought to be between 35,000 and 11,000 years old. We have also created our own images of Stonehenge using a watercolour background for the sunrise.

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Sept 2013 - July 2014

Moving Monsters

 

Plotting Coordinates

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