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Class 7 - Year 3 - Mrs Casey & Mrs Kirk

World Book Day- Thursday 2nd March


Just look at our amazing outfits for World Book Day.  We had to try and dress up as characters from a novel by Roald Dahl, Jacqueline Wilson, David Walliams or Julia Donaldson.  

Trip to the theatre


Classes 7 and 8 had a wonderful day at Manchester Opera House watching 'George's Marvellous Medicine' on stage.  As we have been reading 'The Enormous Crocodile' in school, it was great to see another of Roald Dahl's famous stories brought to life.  There were some very comical bits- Class 7 especially liked it when the Grandma was dancing and when she shot through the roof after tasting the medicine.  We are going to be writing some super recounts of our eventful trip.  

Classes 7 and 8 lead a wonderful and very funny harvest presentation in church today. Their message was that we should try to harvest important values such as love, empathy and faith along with Gods harvest of fruit and vegetables.

Classes 7 and 8 have been busy not only rehearsing for our Harvest Assembly in Church on Friday, but also making chocolate apples on lolly sticks. Some of the apples are from our own apple trees we grow in our garden.


We have sold them during break-time as we are using this enterprise opportunity to collect money for Bishop Julian's Fund to help young children in Zimbabwe.


Apples will be on sale during Wednesday and Thursday break time for 50p. Mrs Hoole has also been busy by baking delicious flapjacks and cakes using the plums from our own plum trees. Thank you so much Mrs Hoole and the children for donating time, talent and resources to collect for this charity.