Home to an award-winning beach, a bustling marina and harbour and stunning contemporary architecture, Littlehampton, Sussex on the UK’s south coast is both the perfect place to enjoy a fun family holiday and take time out to relax.
It was a great day out made better by the presence of the sun. Take a look at our photos from the day.
Year 3 were great ambassadors of Wix!
Littlehampton on PhotoPeach
Littlehampton 2 on PhotoPeach
Below is a copy of the homework letter given out during the last week of term.
Although the passwords have been omitted you should have these details on your hard copy.
Our fundraising concert was held on Friday June 22nd. It was an amazing experience for everyone.
Click the link to view the full concert -
Thanks to Melina’s mum for the link!
Pass the Baton Concert on PhotoPeach
The end of the year is fast approaching. A massive well done to all the children in year 3 for their enthusiasm and hard work this year. You have all achieved so much and should be very proud of yourselves
A special thank you to Mrs Adebola my great partner in Year 3!
A massive thank you to all the parents of year 3.
This week we designed our own Olympic Plates.
Olympic Plates Design on PhotoPeach
To our amazement, a person from BrainPOP came to our school. We were pleased that she came. Her name was Jude. Jude visited us because Miss Donacien asked Jude to come and tell us about BrainPOP, as we use BrainPOP at school and at home.
Jude introduced herself and she told us about BrainPOP. Then, we asked her some questions and then she answered our questions and she gave us some badges, pens and rubbers as prizes. We watched a short Brainpop video about how Brainpop videos are made. Can you believe it takes 3 weeks to create one video?
Everyone, thought the visit was extraordinary, we were delighted by the visit. It was the best BrainPOP day ever! We thought Tim and Moby were going to come too!
Eventually, after assembly, we went up the ICT Suite and logged in to Purple Mash to create a poster about why we like BrainPOP. It was a great day.
What are you going to do to become a great Brainpopper?
Caua and Cheyenne
We used Purplemash to create posters about why we like Brainpop.
Celebrations for HM Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee, marking 60 years on the throne, will take over the country from 2nd to 5th June 2012.
Find out more:
Take a look at some of our portraits:
The Queen on PhotoPeach
Take a look at some great pictures from our Jubilee Street party
Jubilee Street Party on PhotoPeach
This term we have enjoyed reading stories written by Anthony Browne.
As a child
Anthony grew up in a village called Hipperholme, in Yorkshire. He loved art and would spend hours drawing with his beloved father. He says of his father, “He was an unusual man – outwardly strong and confident, but also shy and sensitive – a bit like the gorillas I love to illustrate now. As well as drawing, he encouraged me to play a lot of sports, such as rugby and soccer and cricket. I was small for my age and I used to go to a fairly tough school – if I hadn’t been good at sports, I would probably have been bullied.”
We have written letters to Anthony Browne.
Letters to Anthony Browne on PhotoPeach
Year 3 are really excited to take part in the next cycle of Quadblogging. We have been really fortunate so far to have been partners with great schools across the world. This time we will be Quadblogging partners with Brookburn Primary School , Sacred Heart School, and Springston School.
Mrs Taylor from Springston School in New Zealand has set her class a challenge. So I thought it would be a great idea if Year 3 did the same.
1. How old are they?
2. What country and city do they come from? (Can you find it on a map?)
3. What is their teacher’s name?
4. What makes their school special?
5. What things on their blog do you love and would like to try?
6. What do you want to find out about them?
Find out all you can and write this information or your questions in a comment below. Remember to add your name and age and try adding our URL.