Monday, 30 June 2014

Wind in the Willows Learning Log Activity

Mrs Baker asked the class to create their own 3D riverside setting based on our 'Wind in the Willows' theme. Children had four weeks to complete this piece of work.

We had good feedback - children and their families all seemed to enjoy doing this homework and there were some very original and carefully thought out ideas - including two cakes!! Work was of a very high standard as you can see from the following photographs...


Lots of very creative ideas!

Friday, 27 June 2014

Week commencing June 9th: stars of the week

This week we had two stars that shone out in Class 3!

Mrs Andrew wrote 'Frankly, I could nominate him every week! He is extremely hard-working, courteous and helpful. This week however he really 'shone' at Redgrave and Lopham Fen and he was an excellent representative of the school. Well deserved!'

Mrs Andrew also wrote ' She is my Year 3 star of the week because of her enthusiastic approach at Redgrave and Lopham Fen. Her answers were thoughtful and interesting. She really enjoyed the experience and was an excellent representative of the school. Well done.

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Wednesday June 25th: Sports Day!

A beautiful day set the scene for our sports day 2014. 

In the morning everyone in the school took part in lots of different sporting activities run by the teachers...

Once we had finished our activities Class 3 did some sketch practise by drawing their classmates in athletic poses!

After lunch sports day began in earnest!

The first race was the sack race - Year 4 boys and girls followed by Year 3 boys and girls.

This was followed by the 50m sprint....

The final running race was the long distance - year 3 and 4 boys and girls in two separate races.

There were two competitions for the entire red, blue, green and yellow teams; the beanbag up and over race:

....and a game to see how much water each team could collect in a bucket!

THEN there were prizes! 

Special commendations for pupils who had tried really hard and entered into the spirit of the games - Here are the winners in Class 3: girl and boy competitors from the whole of Key Stage 2 

...and the winning team, taking into account all the competitions both in the morning and the afternoon, YELLOW!! The Team captain accepted on behalf of her team mates.

Well done everyone and congratulations; a wonderful day supplemented by refreshments supplied by FABS and the Class 4 enterprise team and stirling work by raffle ticket sellers raising money for the Class 3 Roman day - more to follow later on that front!