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Year 3 – Gandhi Class

Welcome to Year 3 and to Gandhi Class!

 

This is where you should find out what we have been up to, see pictures of your little darlings enjoying learning and where to find their homework if they have left it at school one evening! This year the children will be learning in different contexts, we will take their learning outside (as much as the 'Great' British weather allows) and they will be having loads of fun. To see pictures of all of their wonderful learning, follow the 'Gallery' icon.

 

The step up to Key Stage 2 is one that they have taken to like a duck to water and have all settled in fantastically well! They are tougher than their cute little, butter-wouldn't-melt, faces might show! 

 

As always, any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to come and find me!

 

The children have been learning all about The Life of Gandhi, both in and out of school. There have been some absolutely FANTASTIC posters created by the children at home. They should be so proud of themselves! I certainly am, and their posters are slowly making it up onto the walls. Come in and see them all, they really are a fabulous bunch! 

 

Welcome back! I hope you all had a lovely half term and the children had a well deserved rest. They worked extremely hard over the first term in Gandhi Class and have started to show real maturity! This is fantastic to see! 

 

I hope you enjoyed their version of 'I'm walking on Sunshine!' and their fab Thriller dance! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sabrina's fantastic work beginning to understand The Life of Gandhi.

1980's art!

1980's art! 1 Geometric 1980's inspired artwork! Fab work!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A reminder that on Tuesday 10th October it is World Mental Health Day. The children should try and wear a little bit of yellow if they can! We will be discussing emotions and feelings and ensuring the children are aware that there is always someone to talk to if they would like to, in and out of school. 

Another reminder! 

Year 3 should try and wear anything that looks like 1980;s style on Thursday 19th October for Brentry's Birthday Assembly. Anything neon, think leg warmers and plastic jewellery! I wonder how many mini Michael Jackson's and Madonna's we will spot...

 

We will be singing 'I'm walking on sunshine' and will have some complex dance routines (a few actions) to go with the words! If you could possibly try and encourage some extra practice, we will all be grateful on Thursday!

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