On 21st September for International Peace Day, children at Charlestown made their own pinwheels. We decorated them with symbols that linked to peace. In Team 3, we made them for each other. Take a look at the ones we ended up with – we loved them! Miss Denham popped in whilst we were handing them out and loved them too – see if you can spot her! What symbol is she making? What does it represent?
Good afternoon! Please click on the above link to see your child’s homework tasks. If you can’t find your book, feel free to do it on paper and bring it in!
Today in topic we learned about the artist, Andy Goldsworthy. We looked at some of his sculptures and learned all about how he uses nature to create his work. We had so much fun creating our own and learned lots!
The Lovely Fire created by, Livia, Cole, Timi, Grace
The Beach by Savannah, Lilly-Mae, Lily, Emarai
The Moon by Ahmed, Seth, Shelby, Cameron and Ethan
The Sun by Aisosa, Mikalah, Layton, Victoria and Briar
The Log Nest by Taiden, Bryan, Jayden and John-Paul
This week we all took our new homework books home! I’m looking forward to seeing your amazing work. The best 4 pieces each week will be showcased on here so keep an eye out!
We hope you’ve had a great rest over the summer and are ready to learn. Team 3 have already been working hard in class and are learning so much. This half term we are learning:
English – Poetry, instructions and a narrative
Maths – Place Value and Addition
Guided Reading – How to find the meanings of words we don’t know, how to find answers in a text and understanding a characters feelings.
Science – All living things and their habitats
Topic – Where do I live?
Keep popping in to see the exciting things we’re doing!
A new child has started at Charlestown… Rory the Lion. Rory loves reading but loves it even more when children read to him. We were so excited in Team 3 that we read him, ‘Room on the Broom.’ Highlight, copy and paste the links below into your internet web bar to us read. We have been practicing fluency and expression, can you tell?