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We had a good look around the Museum and particularly enjoyed the section when we got to stroke models of a fox and badger. Then it was time for our prehistoric workshop. We were able to show our guide Emily, all that we already knew about the Stone Age. Emily let us handle some artefacts from the Stone Age. We had to treat them very carefully as they were so old. Our favourite was a tooth from a wooly mammoth – it was huge!
On Tuesday 29th October, Year 3 visited the Horniman Museum. We took a train from Beckenham Hill to Catford and then got the 185 bus straight there. Many of us were asking when lunchtime was before we even arrived!
This term in humanities year 3 has been learning all about the Stone Age. We first looked at how long ago the Stone Age was by creating a human timeline with toilet paper. All the children were shocked to see how long ago the Stone Age first started. We have also looked closely at how Stone Age people hunted and gathered food when shops didn’t exist. After researching the different tools pupils were given the chance to design their own tool and make it out of clay. Our next step is to add sticks and rope to complete their Stone Age tool. I know the children will be so excited to show them to you when they are complete and tell you what their tool is design for.
Well done to the year 6 children and the staff who took part today in the match. The match was well played and the rest of the school were great spectators. This is one of the traditions we have every summer term and is always enjoyable.
The score was 9-2, well done to the staff team who won.
Well done to the children who played in the cricket match against St Winfred’s. As a team you played well together an supported each other. What a great way to spend the afternoon with you all.
Congratulations to the year 3 and 4 children who came to football on the 10th May. The children played against 5 other schools. The competition was a great opportunity for the children to experience playing against others. They all showed super teamwork and sportsmanship.
Years 3 and 4 had the exciting opportunity to take part in Bikeability training at level 1. Level 1 is about showing confidence and control when riding your bike, being aware of space and how to best use space when you are in small groups or large groups. Well done to all the children who took part.
Congratulations to the year 3, 4 and 5 children who have completed level 1. You have now completed level 2 by learning about what happens to the astronauts bones in space, researching our galaxy, completing an agility course and completing some exercises that astronauts do as part of their training.
Children in years 3, 4 and 5 have been very enthusiastic since starting the club. They have taken part in fitness tasks and made a robotic arm. They show great interest in what it takes to become an astronaut.
This Saturday 6th January there will be coaching sessions for junior children aged 7-11 from 11.00 to 12.00 and will run for approximately 12 weeks. Children can just drop in and don’t need to attend all sessions. The sessions will be taking place at the Kent County Ground, Worsley Bridge Road BR3 1RL.
This term, year 3 visited Horton Kirby for a fun exploration of the Stone Age. They tried their hands at cave painting, hunting using stone age weapons, and even lit fires using flint. While many said they enjoyed the archaeological dig best, dressing up in costumes from a range of historical periods was another firm favourite. This was a great hands-on way to learn about the Stone Age.
Year 3 were delighted to organise this year’s Christingle service. They had carefully made their own Christingle oranges and learned about the symbolism of each part. It was a prayerful and joyful start to their first Advent in Juniors!
There is a open day this Saturday 30th September from 2pm-5pm. The children can bring their bikes or scooters and try the new BMX track. For anyone who does not have a bike they will have some at the track and helmets.
Y3 had a fantastic day out on the 26th June to St Paul’s Cathedral. We looked at Christopher Wren’s masterpiece, geometrical staircase and built an arch. We even climbed up countless steps to get to the top of the dome! A great adventure was had by all!
Y3 had a marvellous day out on the 13th March. They went to the Natural History Museum to investigate geological forces from deep within the Earth using interactive demonstrations. The children made a real earthquake and poured lava and have gained the skills and knowledge to save a town from catastrophe. The show they took part of highlighted the awesome power of our planet’s natural forces and demonstrated the importance and challenge of natural disaster prediction. Great fun was had by all!
Y3 had a fantastic day out on Friday 3rd of February. Their visit to the National Gallery proved to be fun, informative and thought-provoking. During their guided tour the children discussed various painting techniques, the use of primary, secondary and complementary colours and the painter’s choice capturing specific objects and moments of life.
The children were truly inspired and amazed and they cannot wait for their next Art lesson to use the new skills and knowledge they had gained from this wonderful experience.
Our topic in Science this term is Rocks and soils. The children have learnt about the different kind of rocks and the never-stopping rock cycle and to understand this even better we made sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous rocks out of dark and milk chocolate. First they layered dark and milk chocolate ‘sediments’ to make sedimentary rocks, then applied heat and pressure of their fingertips to turn them to metamorphic rocks and at the end they put their ‘rocks’ into hot lava (boiling water) to form igneous rocks.
In Geography Y3 has been learning about volcanoes and how they work. To consolidate our learning we have recreated the diagram of a volcano in our computing lesson using the 2PaintaPicture programme. We had lots of fun experimenting with the different tools.