I hope that everyone is having an amazing half term! The children all worked extremely hard in their first term of year 3. I have been marking their awful character descriptions and I have been blown away with how well every single child has done and the progress that they have made. All children have also done extremely well in maths this last term and the results they achieved in the end of term test have once again impressed me.
To celebrate the children's hard work we had a marble party on Friday. The children had lots of fun playing their board games and enjoying cakes and squash. A big thank you to Phillip's mum for baking us all some delicious spider cakes, they all went down a treat.
Now we are looking forward to welcoming you all back for the new half term. I hope all the children are ready to come back and to keep on impressing us all with their hard work.
This week we introduced our new topic, celebrating Woodville schools building being 100 years old. In year three we will be looking at how our school has changed and developed over the past 100 years.
Part of our work will include making a 3D model of the school building. We have asked the children to bring lots of different cardboard boxes of varying sizes to help us. A lot of the children have also designed their models to have chimneys therefore kitchen roll tubes etc. would also be appreciated.
Hopefully we'll have some lovely 3D models to show off to you for our centenary celebration day!
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