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Year Three Harvest Homework

posted 1 Nov 2016, 07:45 by J Janiszewski

The children of Year Three have had a busy half-term holiday, feverishly working away on their Harvest Art homework.  They were set the task of creating a piece of artwork based on the Christian theme of Harvest, as part of the SMSC curriculum.  The staff and pupils of Stocksbridge Junior School were left speechless by the quality of work which was produced.  The work will be taken to the Stocksbridge Christian Centre later this week, where it will be on display for all to see.  We would like to say thank you and well done to all the children who took part; your hard work has not gone unnoticed. 
Children from Y3RD pose with their artwork

Butterfly House Ad Campaign

posted 3 Oct 2016, 06:59 by R Davy   [ updated 10 Oct 2016, 07:30 ]


After their recent visit to the Butterfly House, the children in Year Three decided to plan an advertising campaign to persuade even more people to visit.

So far, they have discussed what makes a good advert and have had a go at drafting one on paper.  Over the next few weeks, they will explore text and image features and make appropriate choices for their own online adverts.

EIS

posted 20 Apr 2016, 00:34 by A Woods   [ updated 20 Apr 2016, 00:50 ]

We had a fabulous day at the English Institute of Sport.

Chester Zoo

posted 20 Apr 2016, 00:34 by A Woods   [ updated 20 Apr 2016, 00:53 ]

To start our new topic of Predators, we visited Chester Zoo. We had an amazing day and saw lots of different animals.

kingswood

posted 3 Mar 2016, 00:35 by A Woods

Weston Park

posted 20 Jan 2016, 00:40 by A Woods

Science

posted 26 Nov 2015, 23:55 by A Woods

Learning Logs

posted 21 Oct 2015, 01:50 by A Woods

We have had some amazing creations for our learning log task and would like to say a huge thank you to all the children, parents and carers for your continued support!

Food Tasting

posted 6 Oct 2015, 03:13 by A Woods

As part of our topic, we tasted lots of different foods and used our senses to describe them.

Tesco Farm to Fork

posted 6 Oct 2015, 03:09 by A Woods

We went to Tesco and found out all about where our food comes form and how it gets from the farm onto our forks. We had a fabulous morning!

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