I hope you're all doing well. This week, we had an exciting time exploring and learning in various subjects. Let's take a look at what we did:
In our RE classes, we looked into the interesting Creation Story and the beautiful Garden of Eden. We learned that in the beginning, God created the heavens, the earth, and all the living creatures. We talked about how God is often seen as the ultimate creator, carefully shaping the world. We also talked about the peaceful Garden of Eden, where Adam and Eve lived in harmony with nature and each other. This story reminds us how important it is to take care of our environment and the animals we share it with.
In PE, we worked on our football skills, focusing on two main things: kicking the ball into the goal and defending our own goal. We practiced aiming and kicking accurately, as well as improving our defensive moves to protect our goal. We remembered that football is not just about scoring goals but also about working together as a team!
We were lucky to have an author visit this week. We spent an exciting hour learning about the book "The Extraordinary Adventures of Sir David Attenborough." It was a fantastic chance to learn from an expert about the amazing world of wildlife and conservation.
Sir David Attenborough's adventures inspire us to explore and protect our planet's incredible biodiversity.
In art, we got creative by drawing animals with charcoal. We took inspiration from ancient art and tried to draw animals the way early humans did. Charcoal helped us make bold and striking images like those found in ancient caves.
Our music class was full of singing as we practiced some harvest songs. We had a great time singing "Harvest Samba" and "Cauliflowers are Fluffy." It was a wonderful way to celebrate the harvest season and show gratitude for the gifts of the earth.
In maths, we kept exploring place value by working with numbers up to 1000. We learned how to show these numbers on a number line, which helps us understand their values and positions better. This skill will be important for more advanced maths concepts.
Great job, Willow Class! You're doing fantastic in your learning journey, and we're really proud of how hard you're working.
Keep exploring, learning, and growing until next week.
Best wishes, Year 3 team