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Beech Catch up

Last Weeks Catch Up 5.4.19

Posted 15/4/2019

The last couple of weeks Beech Class have been learning all about Sculptures. We had a wonderful trip to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park where we saw “Family Man” by Barbara Hepworth and the bronze sculptures by Henry Moore. At  school we followed this up by looking at the natural sculptures of Andy Goldsworthy. This inspired the children to make their own.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 22.03.19

Posted 9/4/2019

Beech Class have been working hard in Maths this week. They’ve been learning about mm, cm and m. They know when to use which measurement and Yr3 are beginning to convert mm into cm and cm into m. The children enjoyed the different problems they needed to solve. 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 15.03.19

Posted 20/3/2019

Beech Class have had a real animal week this week. It started with a visit from Sam’s Safari who brought in a python, barn owl, tortoise and a skink to name a few. Then we’ve been working on writing animal riddles. Then finally we made our own animal sculptures. What fun!

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Last Weeks Catch Up 13.03.19

Posted 13/3/2019

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What an amazing Book Week we have had! It started with parents coming in to read with the children. I couldn't believe how many parents were able to come and enjoy the event with us. Then on Wednesday The author Richard O’Neill came to share his storytelling skills with us. Every class smiled from beginning to end. He was such an inspirational speaker! Then today we find ourselves dressed up and ready for our Book Character Parade.

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 22.02.19

Posted 7/3/2019

What a busy week in Beech class! At the beginning of the week, we made our clay volcano pencil holders with Mrs Mack. Then on Wednesday and Thursday we held our toast café. The children loved taking money, giving change, spreading the butter and jam and serving the toast to all the customers. The children even enjoyed washing and cleaning up! Well done Beech class it was a really enjoyable week! Enjoy the holiday.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 15.02.19

Posted 22/2/2019

Beech Class have been artists and sculptors this week. We have been learning how to make the right colours for our volcanoes. Making brown took lots of resilience as it kept turning green! We also used playdough to practice making volcano shapes. Next week, we will use all of these skills to help us to make clay pencil holders.

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Last Weeks Catch Up 08.02.19

Posted 13/2/2019

In Beech Class this week we made a volcano erupt. The children loved watching the ‘lave’ come out of the volcano. Afterwards all the children wrote instructions on how to make the volcano erupt so that they could have a go at doing it at home.

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 01.02.19

Posted 6/2/2019

Beech class are loving their computing work this half term. We are learning about word processing. First, we practised our keyboard skills. Then we learned how to change the size, colour and style of the font. Last week we started looking at how to insert things into our documents. I have been really impressed with the collaboration they have shown. They take turns and support each other really well.

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 25.01.19

Posted 25/1/2019

This week in Beech class we have been learning about Forces— pulls and pushes. They have been identifying how the pushing and pulling forces act on different objects The children collaborated in pairs to create a freeze frame of an action they chose. While their classmates decided if they were demonstrating a pushing force or a pulling force.

 

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Last Weeks Catch Up 18.1.2019

Posted 18/1/2019

Beech class have loved learning all about the Roman Empire last week and this week. We have looked at when this was on a timeline, where the Romans conquered and how and what a Roman soldier looked like. We also chose an area to do some research on. Then finally the children created a mosaic

 

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