Wonderful Work

Wonderful Work

Wow Year 3! We have been blown away by the amazing work that has been completed this week. Please keep it up! We would like to take this opportunity to say a BIG thank you to all of you who have been working hard at home and to let you know how much we miss you. Take care and stay safe.

Madeleine has created a fantastic fact file about the palaeontologist, Mary Anning and in the photo Madeleine is holding a fossilised tooth and nut.

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Aadit has been busy with his chalk art and he has written a great Incredibles play-script. We loved reading it Aadit. Cannot wait for the film!

Well done to Simran, who has created a fantastic PowerPoint full of interesting facts about Fossils.

Ruby F has created this wonderful Egyptian poster full of fantastic facts and illustrations.

Serena has created an amazing front cover for chapter 3 of Harry Potter. Fantastic illustrations, Serena.

Lucy, Layla and Sophie have all written super setting descriptions of a stormy sea. Well done to you all. You have used powerful adjectives, ENPs and onomatopoeia to describe the destructive waves and weather.

Conor has created a wonderful cave painting and a character portrait of Hagrid. Great work Conor.

Layla has created this informative fact file about Mary Anning. I think we can all agree that the illustrations are beautiful!

Barnaby has found out some fun fossil and dinosaur facts. He has also included a super drawing of a fossil. Great work Barnaby.

Conor has created a super presentation about Mary Anning. Well done Conor, it’s clear that you have worked very hard on this.

Nizar has discovered this dinosaur tooth in his garden. Wow! A palaeontologist in the making!

Well done to Yasmine who has been working hard on her maths this week. We’re really impressed with your angles work, Yasmine.

Fantastic work from Immi, who has been busy writing her play-script. She has successfully used stage directions to make sure that each actor knows what they have to do.