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Blwyddyn 3 & 4 - Dosbarth Beaumaris - Miss Jones

We’ve been working on our Tudor Portraits in Expressive Arts, this week!

We went for a walk to visit our “Wonder of Gresford” - The Gresford Victorian Drinking Fountain.

We have been doing some great research for our non-chronological reports about deforestation.

We have been calculating the area and perimeter of objects on our school yard.

We have been discussing and working on the food chains in the Rainforest.

The children have been measuring objects they would usually find in the Rainforest. They found out a leaf in the Rainforest can be as big as 4 metres!

We created some beautiful artwork for Remembrance Day!

We have been writing diaries from the perspective of Charlie Bucket.

This half term we have been learning all about chocolate. We have learnt about the history of chocolate, where it comes from and how it’s made.

We’ve been using the outdoor classroom to do team building exercises. We enjoyed our hot dogs and s’mores at Mr Morgan’s leaving party.

The children enjoyed participating in a tennis lesson provided by Wrexham Tennis Centre!

The children completed a traffic survey for their data collection in Maths.

Our Oscar Winners for their excellent acting skills!

The children have been acting out their play scripts on the stage!

We have been working with Dr Paula Owens on our Wonders of Gresford using Digimaps for School.

This week, we have been exploring and investigating our Wonder of Gresford - The Yew Trees. We have done several drift walks and created some art work while out and about.

We’ve been digging our fossils up this week.

We have been busy this week, measuring and estimating areas and circumferences.

The children have been looking for symmetry outside this week using QR codes.

The children have enjoyed making fossils this week for our topic!

The children really enjoyed their sponsored walk on Tuesday!

In Music, we have been singing and finding the beat to Mamma Mia!

This week, circle time focussed on ‘Getting on and falling out’.

In Maths, we have been building 3D shapes using marshmallows and pasta.

Extreme earth- we have been researching about volcanoes, tsunamis, wildfires and tornadoes to produce a news report

Maths- angles, we have been learning about acute, obtuse and right-angles

The children enjoyed their maths lesson, it was a fun orienteering exercise to work out their answers!

We’ve been discussing different emotions in our Health & Well-being lesson this week.

The children have enjoyed discussing in their groups facts about Rocks & Soil as part of their Topic.

The children enjoyed learning about Scooter Safety last week!

Red Nose Day- The children came to school wearing red today and took part in a quiz, games and designing their own red noses.

Home learning work 1st March

Home learning work week com 22nd February

Home learning week commencing 12th February

Home learning week commencing 1st February

Home learning for the week beginning 25th January

We are very pleased with the home learning this week

We are incredibly proud of the work our pupils have been doing at home! Last week our activities were based around the weather. Here are just some of the amazing pieces of work that have been sent in.

The Great Wave of Hokusai

Outdoor learning: Today we have been cleaning up our outdoor areas and had a fire pit to keep us warm. We made hot chocolate too.

Plastic Pollution: We have been learning about what we can and can’t recycle.

Tiger in the School

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Hello everyone!

We hope you’ve had a lovely Easter break. The plan for the next few weeks is to start a new learning pack called ‘There’s a Tiger in the School’. Take a look at the video below if you don’t believe us! There are some activities based on this theme which we would love you to share with us once you’ve completed them.

As always, we are available on Class Dojo or email at any time if you have any queries. We would also encourage you to continue:

Reading at home as much as possible
Learning your weekly spellings (these will be shared every Monday)
Completing the original learning pack if you wish

Keep in touch, it’s great to see what you’ve all been up to.

Many thanks and take care,

Mrs Mort, Mrs Coombes and Mrs Shelmerdine

The Tudors and Our Body

Rainforest and Chocolate

Illustration of Children playing infront of All Saints School building

With respect, friendship and care, we learn here and succeed anywhere.

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