Some of Year 3 and 4 participated in a speed stacking challenge at Oasis Academy yesterday afternoon, the children had a lot of fun and enjoyed being able to work as a team to develop their speed stacking skills.
Year 3 have been developing their knowledge and understanding of fronted adverbirals in literacy! The children were provided with various sentences and as a group they identified whether or not the sentence had a fronted adverbial phrase .
Year 3 explored parallel and perpendicular lines in maths today; to start the lesson they had to estimate whether they thought the lines in the pictures were parallel or perpendicular and then they used QR codes to help them check to see if their estimations were correct.
In today’s maths lesson Year 3 explored the school environment trying to find various 3D shapes. The children enjoyed being able to apply what they already know about the shapes to help them identify the different shapes on the playground, field, adventure village and woodlands.
What a day!! Year 3 had an incredible time on our school trip today. The children saw some very realistic and brilliant mannekins and also enjoyed a taxi trip tour of London as well as watching a 4D Avengers film. A massive well done to all of the children for their unbelievable behaviour.
Year 3 have been designing and creating flip books for younger children. The children loved trying to show the picture moving through motion pictures. IMG_8242 IMG_8241
Year 3 have been practising for a speed stacking competition that 10 children between year 3 and 4 will be part of. The children did extremely well and enjoyed being able to compete in a competition between one another.
Year 3 have identified work they are currently proud of from their maths or topic books. The children have explained why they are proud and it is wonderful to read some of the comments. The adults in Year 3 are proud of every single one of you and think you are all working extremely hard.
Year 3 had a fantastic time during the mini mudder. Despite the bitter wind, the children stayed positive, resilient and determined to complete the course. Well done to everyone who took part.
Year 6 have been working hard during lunchtime today to find some of the books they have read from the 111b411 book list. The lunchtime club is open every Thursday for children from every year group to come and receive their paper copy of the books they have read; remember you will need a parent/ … Continue reading