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Friday Awards

It's been another busy week in Year 3 and all the children have been working incredibly hard. 

A special well done to our stars of the week who received their Head Teacher's Awards for their efforts and great attitude to learning. Congratulations to our Good to be Green prize winners who follow our school rules. Thank you for being Ready, Respectful and Safe. 

Keep up the great work! 


Cross Country Champions

Broadbent Fold were amazing at Cross Country this weekend, running for a third Saturday- representing the school with pride. Well done to everyone involved. I was very proud of you all. Just fabulous!

Year 3/4 Girls

Aubrey 8th

Maisie 19th

Isabelle 21st

Faye 40th

 

Year 3/4 Boys

Sam 9th

Josh 30th

Oliver  31st

James 37th

 

Year 5/6 Girls

Laura 20th

 

Year 5/6 Boys 

Tyler 18th

Daniel 20th

Alfie 37th

Oliver 50th


Friday Awards

Lots of awards for our lovely Year 3 children. There have been Bronze Awards, our pencil awards for following our school rules, Head Teacher's Awards for amazing work and attitude to learning and certificates for our cross country superstars. Well done everyone! 


Cross Country Grand Prix

Broadbent Fold pupils gave up their Saturday morning to represent school in the second cross country race of the year. A big well done to everyone who took part.

Year 3/4 Girls

Aubrey 12th

Maisie 25th

Isabelle 35th

Year 3/4 Boys

Sam 10th

Oliver 43rd

Josh 45th

James 46th

Jake 48th

Year 5/6 Girls

Laura 14th

Year 5/6 Boys 

Xander 8th

Tyler 23rd


Be Kind!

This week is anti- bullying week.

Children as part of their e-safety learning will discuss how to be kind online.

Think about what would you do if someone was being unkind to you or your friend? (This could be online or in person)

Share the ideas of how to be kind with your teacher and friends. At home share how to keep safe online.

Remember be kind.


Year 3 Stars of the week

A big well done to Year 3 children who have received Headteacher's Awars and Good to be pencils this week. Keep up the great work and attitude to learning. 


Money Matters

Money Matters-

Year 3 have all spoken about how they save or spend money! They've designed and made their own money boxes from lifesavers lessons.


Stone Age Outdoor Day Year 3

 Year 3 have loved learning outside today pretending to be hunter gathers. They have been throwing aiming to knock fruit to the floor (beanbags at markers on the wall) and they have acted like hunters using spears (javelins) to hunt Woolley mammoths (hoola hoops).

Thanks to Mrs Anson children got the opportunity to cook on a fire - just like the Stone age people would have done.

Children decided hunting food like Stoneage people was much harder than they thought. 

What skills did Stoneage people need to hunt and gather?

Could you be a Stoneage child?

 


Cross Country Grand Prix

Lots of pupils braved the cold on Saturday morning for the first cross country race this year. I was so impressed with the sportsmanship of everyone who took part and how everyone was cheering the pupils who were racing on. 

Year 3/4 Girls

6th Aubrey

16th Maisie

24th Faye

 

Year 3/4 Boys

6th Sam

12th Oliver

20th James

 

Year 5/6 Girls

12th Laura

 

Year 5/6 Boys

9th Boyd

10th Xander

18th Tyler 

19th Daniel

 

Well done to everyone who took part!


Stone Age jewellery

As a part of our DT project we designed and started making Stone Age jewellery. We started our lesson with discussion about materials used for making jeweller now. Then we explored what jewellery looked like during the Stone Age and what natural resource were used in those days. We compared Stone Age jewellery to what is worn nowadays. We then designed our very own Stone Age jewellery as well as labeling the resources that would have been used such as animal teeth, stones and shells. Today we used our designs to create beads for our necklaces and bracelets using air dry clay.


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