I’m an Engineer, Get me out of here!

As you are aware, Year 3 + 4 have an exciting opportunity to be part of this amazing project. Next week, we have a slot booked for each class, where you all get a chance to ask the engineers questions.

Over the weekend, it would be good if you could have a little chance to visit the site and read the information about each of the engineers. As you read, it might be useful to have your homework book beside you to note down any good questions you think of.

Making Lunch

Today we made lunch by following the ingredients used by the bear in our class book. Here are the sandwiches we made.

What did you think of them?

Would you eat them?

Can you think of a better set of ingredients for a sandwich? 


Absolutely amazing!

We had such fun today travelling back in time. We chose backgrounds that linked with the era we were dressed up in and then put ourselves right into the picture. We used a green screen to take the images of ourselves and then phased this out for the final finished photo.

What do you think? Ask any of year three or four and they can tell you all about their work with this.


School Council

Today in assembly we discussed our school council.

We looked at the different roles and what skills we would need.

Year Three are looking for –



Two school council reps

The skills we are looking for are –


Kind and caring

Clear speaking voice 


Organised and have clear writing 

Be able to share ideas clearly

Listen carefully to others 

Be fair to everyone and not just your friends

Make sure everyone in the class in involved 

If you would like to be part of the school council please choose your role. Then say why you would like this job and what great qualities you have to share. We will be reading these next Thursday and will have a class vote. We will introduce our new council members in assembly next week. 

Welcome to Year Three

Hello and welcome to year three.

We have been working very hard this week on our class charter. This is written by the children and they decide how they want to present it.

We then think about rules that will make our classroom and learning both exciting and meaningful.

This is our charter and if you want to come in and see it please do. The children worked very had and can explain what the different rules mean to them.

Chirpy, chirpy, cheep, cheep!

Mr Hovell has kindly been in and set up a webcam so we can see the eggs/ chicks from home. Click on the picture below to see the chicks live! Let us know what you think in the comments section below.


(When you click it may download something to your computer at the bottom left on the screen. It will be called 3152067live.asx . You may need to click on it & choose Media Player to open it like we showed you to in class)

Unfortunately, this link won’t work on Apple devices  – we will look for an alternative next time!