Class 3's blog
Our Brilliant Books text this term was Excitable Edgar (the text based off the John Lewis advert). Our Brilliant Book texts are there to promote reading across the curriculum, highlight the many reading skills needed, as well as to deepen our understanding. These are usually texts that are very visual, too. The children were very excited about getting to know Edgar a little better across the curriculum.
Last week, Class 3 went on a very immersive Viking experience at Tatton Park. We were extremely lucky to secure a slot here because it has become a very popular place to visit for educational purposes. We were also very lucky with the weather!
We began the trip with a visit from Etta (an Anglo Saxon maiden) who explained the history behind Tatton Park (as well as several safety points). The children were very interested in the many animals on show...
School Improvement Review
Priority 2 - Quality of Teaching, Learning and Assessment
To further develop cognitive challenge by inspiring and igniting pupil’s imaginations, through their reading experiences across the curriculum. A particular emphasis is the reading behaviours of boys.
To implement an e-book scheme for KS2 children.
Our website has been updated to include our Power Maths Video in this section: https://www.meadowsprimary.co.uk/mathematics-0 We are so proud of the end result. Well to the children who contributed to this. You did a super job!
In the latest edition of DITTO magazine, the following content is covered that may be of use:
- Youtube - Likes and Dislikes
- Gaming - Contracts
- Digital Footprint
The magazine can be downloaded here. As ever, if you have any questions or concerns about online safety, please do not hesitate to contact a member of staff.
Today, Class 3 took part in a Roman Banquet. I was so impressed with the research and the cooking that went on to make this day happen. I would like to send a massive thank you home to all parents and carers for putting in so much effort alongside the children. It really was a great experience and allowed the children to consolidate their learning on Roman society. They were definitely full by the end of it! Below you can see a few images from the day as well as some of the home learning.