Traditional tales continued…
This week in English the children have been fascinated by some alternative versions of traditional tales, which included finding out the story of the three little pigs from the wolf’s point of view. They wrote their own postcards from the witch’s point of view in Hansel and Gretel and wrote the story of Jack and the Beanstalk from the giant’s point of view.
In maths they have been using column addition and subtraction, involving money, to calculate and problem solve.
Thank you to all the parents who came to open evening on Monday. We hope you enjoyed looking through your children’s work. I’m sure you’ll agree they have been very busy this year!
Year 3 Performance
We look forward to seeing you all at the performance of Dick Whittington and his cat, on Wednesday morning.
About Mrs Freer
Dates for your Diary
- 17 Jul 2018 - Sports Day
- 19 Jul 2018 - Reserve Sports Day
- 24 Jul 2018 - End of Term 1:30pm
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