Monthly Archives: March 2019

Down in the rainforest

In our topic work this week, we are learning more about the rainforest and I have been thinking about what it would be like to be deep in the Amazon.

I have been thinking about what it would be like right on the  forest floor, where it would be dark. I wonder what animals I would find there?

I have also been thinking about climbing a tall tree up to the canopy layer. What animals might I see on my way up to the top?


24 Acts for the 40 days of Lent

In Y3, we have started our 40 day challenge to complete 24 acts and we are well under way with this. Some of you have already completed one or more activity from the list!

These can be done in any order, so this week we have tried to remember to say thank you to someone who helps us, hold the door open for someone and ask an adult in school if you can help them.

I would love to hear how you are getting on with these at home. A picture of you and your family doing these activities would be great to see if at all possible.

Have you already completed some of these activities? Which activity might be the hardest for you to complete?

Who is the biggest bookworm?

We are fast approaching World Book Day!

On Thursday, we will be sharing stories all day, so to get us in the mood, I would like you to tell me some of your favourite stories.

Maybe it is a story that we have read this year such as Tiger Dead! Tiger Dead! or Harry the Poisonous Centipede or maybe it is a book that you have at home or one you are currently reading from the class library.

Take it away!