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Year Three have had a wonderful start to the year. They have quickly settled down and are beginning to understand the new routines and expectations of Key Stage Two. They really are impressing us.

Our topic this term is all about the Egyptians and we have been busy learning about the Geography of Egypt and what the land and Nile are used for..

The children have all been given a new book and are enjoying discussing and/orcompleting a quiz when they have finished their book.

In maths we have been re-capping place value and measurement. The children have had great fun using the scales to measure the mass of objects around the school.

In English we have been reading The Enormous Crocodile by Roald Dahl and basing our written work around the text.

We are pleased the children are really keen to learn and they are demonstrating a positive and enthusiasticattitude towards their lessons.

We look forward to working with you and your children this year.

Kind Regards.

Mrs Feakes

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Friday 16th December Chirstmas Dinner, Carols on the playground and Chirstmas Fair

 

         

 

     

 

 

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Friday 2nd December 2016
Pantomime
All of the children, in every group, have had an amazing morning, being transported to ‘Old Peking’, as they watched West End in Schools perform ‘Aladdin’. The cast really encouraged the children to join in, and some pupils were even picked to come onto the stage to take part. It was a thoroughly enjoyable experience! We would like to thank the ‘Friends of Place Farm’ for subsidising the performance. 
     
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Wear Something Purple Day
 
 
Children throughout the school took part in the first ever 'Wear Something Purple Day'  in Suffolk. This event has been started  to help raise funds for the Cancer Research Relay For Life.  Many of our children came to school in a variety of purple accessories and a total of £220 was raised. 
 
 
 Coincidentally children from our schoolwho are members of the Scouting and Guiding Associations were invited to wear their uniforms with Pride to commemorate St. Georges Day (April 23rd).  We were very pleased to see how many Beavers, Rainbows, Brownies Cubs, Scouts and Guides came to school looking so smart.