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Whoopsy-whiffling Fun!

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September 18th, 2014 Posted 10:34 am

Year 3 are now learning about the life and works of one of the world’s best loved authors, Roald Dahl.

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The Superhero 5 Sentence Homework Challenge!

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June 27th, 2014 Posted 7:39 am

220px TTA 35 The Superhero 5 Sentence Homework Challenge!
Year 3 HOMEWORK
Write 5 sentences to describe a Superhero.
Think about the interesting detail and description you include, and how to open your sentences in an interesting way.
But 5 sentences ONLY!

Leave your 5 sentences in the reply box below – and don’t forget to check your spelling and punctuation!

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What do you know about Superheroes?

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June 26th, 2014 Posted 7:25 am

Created with Padletfavicon What do you know about Superheroes?

WORLD CUP HEROES: Steven Gerrard Biography writing

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June 13th, 2014 Posted 2:06 pm

 WORLD CUP HEROES: Steven Gerrard Biography writing

Steven Gerard is a famous footballer.He is the worlds most famous Liverpool player.This summer he is the team captain for England in the world cup.

Captain fantastic was born on the 30th may 1980.He was brought up in hiton near Liverpool.The Liverpool legend attended to a Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School.

The number 8 hero is known by friends as “Gerra” or “Stevie G”The captain is thourght as 1 of the best players of all times . Gerra was the first ever captain in 2003. Stevie G’s first full game in Liverpool  came against  Celta Vigo in the UEFA cup.

Away from the pitch,Gerard married his childhood sweet heart, Alex Curran on the 16th June 2007.Further more,they now have 3 children called, Lily Ella, Lexie & Lourdes.The player was recognised for his efforts with the honour of an MBE from the queen.

By Richa

 

Robot painting

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May 25th, 2014 Posted 2:23 pm

Year 3 had a go at some robot paintings. We linked 2d shapes for the body. Then we mixed some colours and used a dark grey down one side, and white down the other side to make it look metallic. We added detail with black paint or pen last of all. What do you think?

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Eric Joyner’s Retro Robots

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May 19th, 2014 Posted 7:23 pm

rotation1 Eric Joyners Retro Robots

We had a look at some of Eric Joyner’s paintings as part of our topic. We like them, but we thought his obsession with donuts was .. interesting!

And the class had their own thoughts on his work..

What do you think?

The Rise of The Robots!

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April 29th, 2014 Posted 3:58 pm

We’ve started a new topic. Rise of The Robots, and I started thinking about my favourite robot.

Mine has to be R2D2, the lovable little droid from the Star Wars films. I watched them a lot and R2D2 is always on hand to help people out, but sometimes does silly things and makes a lot of strange noises!
C3PO v R2D2 by 1darthvader 300x240 The Rise of The Robots!

(I really can’t wait for the new Star Wars films next year!)

So what’s your favourite robot and why?

Happy April Fool’s Day!

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April 1st, 2014 Posted 7:19 am

This is brilliant.

 

Fantastic Science: Camels!

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March 6th, 2014 Posted 11:05 am

Egypt Cairo Gizeh Camels in front of Pyramid 1600x1200 300x225 Fantastic Science: Camels!
We’ve been thinking about Habitats in Science, and we discovered that many living things are very well suited to their environment. A great example is the camel! They’re weird looking animals, but they’re also incredibly well adapted for the harsh place they live. Click the link below to find out more.

How Are Camels Suited To Their Habitat?

Egyptians. Can You Crack The Code?

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March 6th, 2014 Posted 11:05 am

We’ve been learning about the Egyptians, and their fascinating Hieroglyphics.  Our class were excellent at cracking the codes and deciphering the mysterious messages around the classroom!

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Have a go yourself.

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