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Jack and the Beanstalk

We have been incredibly busy in English rewriting Jack and the Beanstalk. But first, we had to visualise the story and know where it was set to do this beautiful and classic tale justice! So, we created maps of the world! Here's what we came up with...

Jack and the Beanstalk Maps

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The Stone Age to Iron Age

Our Cave Paintings

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This term, in light of Anti-Bullying Week, Empathy Week and through the use of our RSE Scheme, we have been celebrating our Sense of Self. We have been asking ourselves: what makes me different? Why is it good to be our true selves? How can we support others to do the same? We read a book called Perfectly Norman, wherein a child sprouts a pair of wings that end up being a complete blessing.


We were inspired to create our own pair of wings, with reasons that make us special.



Perfectly Norman

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D&T, Art and Science


For our rock work, we've been looking at impermeable and durable materials. One of our experiments was to test these two properties of 10 rocks to find the most durable and impermeable rocks, so that we could design a kitchen for a famous singer!



The Stone Age to Iron Age!

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Here we have the latest piece of incredible homework from Year 3. The task this week was to create a piece of Stone Age jewellery. We have a range of pieces from fully functional earrings, salt dough creations to pieces made purely from natural resources. Thank you to the parents for their support with this piece. Fit for a Neanderthal indeed!