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Catch up.

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Catch up.

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Catch up.

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Some photos that have been shared with me this week. A big da iawn to those who are working just as hard but haven't had chance to share any pictures.

Sports day results. Da iawn Bangor! House points have been awarded to everyone involved in each event. Extra house points were awarded for 1st place (5 house points) 2nd place (3 house points) and 3rd place (2 house points) in each event.

Handwriting Competition Winners

This week, your handwriting competition was judged by Mrs Thomas in Year 4. All of your names were taken off your work and sent as images so that Mrs Thomas did not know who had written each piece. She found this job very challenging! You have all been awarded a house points for effort. 

 

1st place, 5 house points. - Jasmine Lancaster 

2nd place,3 house points. - Harriet Marsh 

Joint 3rd place, 2 house points each. - Gracie-May and Erin Addis

 

Most improved, 5 house points - Erin Addis. 

 

Erin completes her handwriting practise every single week. The difference between the last handwriting competition and this week's competition really shows the hard work she has put in. Da iawn Erin!

What is sound?

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In Year 3, we have been looking at how sound travels. We have looked at how sound is created when an object vibrates and how different types of vibrations can create a different pitch. We then began to explore the different sounds we could create and made some instruments of our own.

Project work photos. Videos to follow :)

Lean on me.

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Photo. 1st June - 5th June

Show and tell with Amelia.

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Amelia has been doing something very special at home during lockdown. She has been updating me with pictures and videos every week. I thought it would be nice to put these videos together for you a little show and tell for you all.

Max went above and beyond with his physical project this week. He created a fair experiment to find out which type of ball produced the best results.

Summer term 2020

 

Year three have been busy outdoors this week! We have been sorting natural objects into those that float and those that sink to find the best material to use to safely carry a small toy across steady waters.

Mia's boat building collage
Lloyd building the structure for his boat
Lloyd's boat ready to set sail
Georgie's boat catching the wind
Gracie's boat carrying unicorns across the water
Jasmine's boat sailing steady
Isaac building his boat
Isaac's boat was strong enough to hold 4 lego men!
Amelia P hard at work
Amelia beaming with her Barbie boat
Ethan's boat staying afloat

Brandon's boat

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Lloyd's boat

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Amelia's boat

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Harriet's boat

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Amber's boat.

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Distance Learning

We have set up a support email account for any questions and queries regarding our remote learning provision: support@bishopchildsprm.co.uk.  This service must not be used for any other communication purposes.

Grammar detectives.

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Year three have been working really hard for the past two weeks looking at important features used when writing instructions. They began by looking at each feature individually and progressed to identify these features in examples of work. They have been acting as 'detectives' hunting for mistakes. This has helped them improve their understanding of the importance of spelling, punctuation and grammar. Their hard work throughout these two weeks enabled them to produce a well written and detailed set of instructions.

Here's a little video to celebrate their success.

Handwriting Competition winners.

Results

 

The judging for year three handwriting competition was very challenging. All entries were fantastic and showed a great deal of effort. Everyone who has turned in a piece of work has been awarded house points for effort. Da iawn! 

 

1st place - Mia Lawrence

 

2nd place - Amber Peterson

 

3rd place - Lloyd Bradley

 

Most improved - Brandon Ku

 

Well done again to everybody that entered. 

All Things Bright and Beautiful

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All Things Bright and Beautiful

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04/05/2020 - This week year three, among lots of projects, we were challenged to create our own obstacle course for physical development. Our art project was to use natural resources to spread joy. On Friday we celebrated VE Day with a variety of crafts and recipes.

27/04/2020 - Photos that have been sent to share with your friends.

Mindfulness Project. - Keeping connected.

20/04/2020 - Photos that have been sent in this week to share with your friends.

Mindfulness Project. - Keeping connected.

House Points

We will be now awarding house points via j2stars on Hwb. To access j2stars, login to Hwb, click on Just2easy and then on j2stars.

Everyone has been given their own avatar character with their name on. Your avatar has been colour coded to your house colour. Please do not change the colour. You can change your avatar in other ways though. Click on the pencil icon and then you’ll be able to change your avatar’s body, hat, eyes and mouth. Don’t forget to press save!

When you are awarded a house point, the number in the star will go up. You’ll also see a list under the the star, that will tell you the reason you were given a house point and by which member of staff.

At the end of this term, all house points will be counted up from each class and the winning team will be announced. Good luck and keep up the hard work!


If your are unsure of your Hwb accounts details, please email support@bishopchildsprm.co.uk and they will be sent to you.

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Croeso i Flwyddyn 3!

 

This term our context is 'Cartref Ni' which means, 'Our Home'. The pupils will be focussing on a historical element as they understand the impact mining had on families and communities in Wales. In Science, the pupils will be developing their understanding of light and sound. 

 

P.E. will be on a Monday and Tuesday.

 

Homework will be given out on a Wednesday. Please could you ensure homework is completed and brought back in by the following Monday to be marked. Reading books will also be changed on a Wednesday. 

We really enjoyed our trip! Seeing the Principality Stadium in all its glory was amazing and eating different food from around the world was so tasty!

We have had a great start to the academic year!

 

 

This term our context is 'The World in Union'. The pupils will be focussing on how we, as individuals and a collective, are linked to other parts of the world. The children will also be learning about the Rugby World Cup 2019 and how this will impact upon people around the world. 

 

P.E. will be on a Wednesday and Friday.

 

Homework will be given out on a Wednesday. Please could you ensure homework is completed and brought back in by the following Monday to be marked. Reading books will also be changed on a Wednesday. 

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