Stingrays (Year 3)
Welcome to Stingray Class page!
This is where you will find information on what we are learning in class, helpful resources for learning and the exciting things we have to look forward to.
Times table experts!
We like our times tables in Stingray Class, one of our favourite Maths games to play is "Hit the Button".
We have learnt our 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s and 10s. Miss Morgan also taught us a trick for our 9 times table!
I have posted a link below for you to play the game at home.
by Josh Shttps://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
Dear Parents of Stingrays-
On the last day of term (20th December) the children are allowed to come into school wearing their own clothes, due to a Christmas party we will be having in the afternoon!
They have all worked so incredibly hard and should be very proud of themselves.
thank you all for your kind cards and gifts, it is incredibly appreciated.
Have a very merry Christmas!
On the 13th of November, the whole school (reception,year 1,year 2,year 3,year 4,year 5 and year 6) were invited to a Peter Pan pantomime in the hall. It was very good but very crowded. It included Tinker bell, Peter pan, Tick tock croc Captain hook and lots more.
by Leylan and Josh s in Stingrays 2017
On the 4th of November, Stingray and Penguin class had a Viking workshop and learnt more than we knew already!
It was fun and a few people went up and acted out being Vikings. The best part was the songs that we learnt, and Miss Morgan went and she acted her self out being a famous runner.
Thank you for reading.
By Josh S
Year 3 have been really enjoying their RE lessons on Sukkot festival.
We have learnt about the building of 'Sukkahs' in the desert and have even begun to recreate our own in the reading corner!
This term our topic is 'The Vikings'. We will be learning the story of Thor and his Magic Hammer and retelling it using Talk for Writing. We will also be looking at where and when the Vikings invaded.
For our 'Take One Poet' learning journey we have been looking at Michael Rosen and his poetry- particularly 'The Rhythm of Life'.
The children in Stingray Class used all of their energy learning the poem off by heart and retelling it through story mapping. Well done, Stingrays!