Teacher: Mr James Coomber
Miss Gould Miss Gunny
French - Madam Burton
Music - Mrs Guest
RE- Ms Adams
During Autumn Term 2018 our learning challenge is:
"Why do so many people visit the Mediterranean?"
During this topic we will be exploring the physical and human geographical features of the Mediterranean and the countries that share its coastline.
Our questions include:
Where is the Mediterranean and what is it like there?
Is the Mediterranean different to other seas and oceans?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of living in a Mediterranean country?
Which fruits and vegetables grow in a Mediterranean climate?
Why doesn't everyone speak English and use the same money as the UK?
What is Mediterranean cooking like
Other useful information
PE - Swimming lessons are on Monday mornings and Outdoor PE is on Friday afternoons. It will become colder as the term goes on so can you make sure that the children have a tracksuit(or similar) and trainers in school for Outdoor PE. Swimming will be reviewed at the end of the Autumn (2) term.
Spelling tests will be on Mondays
Multiplication Tables Tests will be on Thursdays.
Getting in touch: We have a class email address that is checked daily should you need to get in touch.
email: [email protected]
For urgent messages and to report absence please contact the school office.
Y3 visit to the Milner Centre for Evolution at the University of Bath
Friday 21st September 2018
Maple Class and Walnut Class were honoured to participate in the activities arranged by the University of Bath to celebrate the opening of the Milner Centre for evolution last Friday. The centre was opened by Dr. Jonathan Milner who provided the £5.6million needed to create this centre for scientific study.
The children were allowed to use the equipment in the laboratories and to meet some of the species housed there. We were hosted by students from the university and they were very happy to provide answers to our never ending stream of questions.