Oh, what a performance.

Friday 14th December | 1 comment
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It has been a busy week in Year 3, mostly with end of term assessments. Whilst these may not be the most exciting activities, it does give us valuable information regarding the next steps in the children’s learning. We must say that we have been very impressed with both the effort and the application of all the children during the maths, reading, spelling and grammar tests completed over the last few days and can see how hard they have worked since September.

The rest of the week has been partially filled with the light and dark science topic work and English in the form of acrostic poems.

Finally, the year group (the the whole of KS2) have been practicing their end of year production, Oliver. Year 3 are well represented on stage and all the children are looking forwards to the performances next week, whether they are acting or singing. The dress rehearsal was this morning (Friday) in front of KS1 and was very well received with both adults and children loving the songs (Mrs Loveridge, you were spotted swaying to Oom Pah Pah).

Your child should have brought home a letter giving details about next week’s Christmas party. This will be on Thursday afternoon and they have been asked to provide a small amount of food. If you are unsure about any of the details then please see any of the Year 3 team either before or after school.

Special mentions this week go to Yaseen, Rosie, Haris and Lucas. Well done for your efforts.

Have a great weekend.

Mr Beevers and Miss Micklethwaite

 

 

 

One response to “Oh, what a performance.”

  1. Zoe (Jack's mum) says:

    We are very excited to watch the performance next week. Jack has been singing songs to me and was surprised when I sang a long

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