I really enjoyed the Harvest Festival last Friday. 'Mr Scarecrow 'did a good job scaring away those pesky birds! And I was very impressed with those of you who remembered all of the words for the 'Little Red Hen'.
It is amazing to think that there are lots of people in the world without clean water to drink. Imagine having to walk for miles and miles every time you want a drink and even then the water is dirty and might actually make you ill. I lived in a country called Nepal a few years ago and one of the things I really missed about home when I was there, was being able to drink clean water straight from a tap. We must remember how lucky we are!
Work hard and have fun!
Autumn term 2016
Welcome to a new school year class 3!
I hope you have settled in well and are working hard.
Congratulations to those who have already been nominated for showing one of the 'Five Golden Rules' especially well in what you do each day.
I will look forward to coming to visit you in class soon....
Hello Class 3!
It is good to hear about all of the really exciting things that you have been doing this term.
You're still doing lots of science then I see. I enjoyed doing some science with you last term - didn't we get messy with all of that custard powder!
Well done to those of you who won prizes in the village show. Did you all make crowns to celebrate the Queen's 90th birthday?
I will see you all on Sports Day very soon. Let's hope the sun shines. I will be cheering you all along in your races.
Dear Mrs Wynn
Here is a little letter to let you know what we have been up to.
In science we have been planting sunflowers seeds and looking at what their basic needs are to help them grow. We have done a little experiment to test out these basic needs.
Some exciting news is that in the village produce show, Tommy came 1st, Chloe came 2nd and Alfie came 3rd!
In PE we have been learning the key skills for playing tennis!!! We are getting better but we definitely need some more time to practise.
We were lucky enough to go to the fish and chip shop to look at how and where the produce comes from and how they turn the potatoes into chips. After the talk we were able to sit outside in the glorious sunshine and enjoys some cheeky chips : )
We look forward to seeing you soon
Happy New Year Class 3!
It was lovely to see your nativity scenes in Foston Church during December. There were lots of nativity scenes of all shapes and sizes and from all over the world!
I hope that you all had a fun Christmas and are now ready and raring to go for the Spring term. I am looking forward to coming in to meet you very soon.
With best wishes from your Governor,