We voted to decide which song to play at the music festival.
We had some wonderful visitors from our community. They didn't want to leave Class 3!
Kira made a card and her nana knitted an angel to send to the people who had been affected by the Manchester attack. The message inside the card read "Our hearts are with you Manchester."
Kira's card and teddy bear have now been delivered to the nurses who are caring for those injured! A gift that will be treasured.
We enjoyed learning about other religions during Faith Week.
We read the story of George and the dragon and then found out how people in England celebrate St George's Day.
Class 3 supported Comic Relief!
We celebrated Down Syndrome Day on 21st March. We wore odd socks and decorated gingerbread men, we gave them odd socks too!
Baba Marta Day is celebrated in Bulgaria on 1st March. Bracelets are worn until a blossoming tree is seen, symbolising the coming of Spring.
We have been reading Jack and the Beanstalk. We talked about whether Jack was right to take the Giant's things. This linked very well to understanding 'Rule of Law' .
We enjoyed learning about and celebrating Chinese New Year.
Why do we celebrate Chinese New Year at St Peters?
Class 3 supported the Rotary Shoebox Appeal.
We voted to decide which category of shoe box we should fill.
We made poppies for Remembrance Day.
We thought carefully about why we have rules. We worked together to write 'Class 3's Rules'.
Mutual Respect for other Faiths