Welcome back!

Welcome back Class 3.

We’ve had a fantastic, busy and exciting first week back at school.  On Tuesday we heard a ‘crash’ and a ‘bang’ and when we went outside to investigate we found there had been a crash landing on the playground!

We found evidence of aliens, they even left us some messages, but we think we might have been a bit too noisy for any to want to stick around!

We’re going to keep our eyes peeled for any more signs of friendly aliens.

This week in Class 3

Class 3 have had another busy week working both in school and at home.  Take a look at some of the lovely things they have been doing.

Having fun writing silly sentences, tips for how to look after giraffes and beautiful tree descriptions.

Working hard with this week’s maths challenges.


Practising new skills at home…

Finally the children in school have been thinking about a special date on the calendar.  To all the Class 3 Dads, “Happy Father’s Day!”


Have a wonderful weekend and as always keep safe.

Mrs Goodyer

Another wonderful week…

The children in Class 3 have impressed me again this week with their wonderful English and expedition tasks.

In English we have been reading, following and writing instructions.

In our expedition this week we have hunted for plants, identified and labelled them and even started to grow our own.

Keeping up our love of reading.

Well done Class 3, keep up your amazing work!

This Week in Class 3

Another busy and varied week in Class 3, let’s take a look a what you have all been up to.

In English…

Mia and Elsie thought about the wildlife in their gardens and our playground and did a great job making bird feeders.

Elsie made a beautiful worry jar and baked for her Mummy during the ‘7 Day Kindness Challenge.’

In school and at home you have been thinking about animals and their habitats.

Victoria enjoyed some science this week and grew her own crystals!

Adam built another amazing model.

Fearne and Adam enjoying the sunshine and relaxing with a good book.

I hope you all enjoyed looking at these photos as much as I did Class 3, they are fabulous!

Have a great half term.

Mrs Goodyer


Crew and Circle Time

On Friday Class 3 took part in a circle time, something I have been missing while we all stay safe at home.  We started by passing on a smile to see how many people in our families we could make smile.  I was lucky enough to receive some pass a smile selfies…

We then thought about the positives of our time at home and finished the sentence starter ‘One thing I have enjoyed about staying safe at home has been..’ Here are a few of our answers…

One thing I have enjoyed about staying at home is having PE in the paddling pool. Fearne xx

It’s lovely to see you all making the most of your time at home.  Keep having fun.

Mrs Goodyer

Another busy week in Class 3!

Once again Class 3 have excelled themselves with their home learning, take a look at some of this week’s beautiful work.

We have been using our imaginations in our creative writing…

Mathematicians have been busy learning fractions…

Geographers have been exploring the United Kingdom…

Readers have been enjoying this week’s key text ‘The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse’…

Super scientists have been weather watching and exploring chemistry…

You are all amazing Class 3, keep up your great effort and keep sharing the wonderful things you are doing at home.

Take care and ‘Bee Happy’!

Mrs Goodyer

This week in Class 3

This week in Class 3 I continue to be amazed by all the wonderful work the children are producing at home.  From weather reporting to poetry and science investigations to animal fact files their effort and enthusiasm for our new expedition has been fabulous!

Here is a selection of some of Class 3’s beautiful work…

Exploring hot and cold places…

Being scientists and investigating…

Budding poets…


VE Day preparations…

I would also like to thank all the grown ups too, your efforts do not go unnoticed.

Happy Friday

Mrs Goodyer


Where in the world would you go?

Hello Class 3,

A huge thank you to everyone that has shared photographs and sent me messages over the past week.  I will be updating the blog weekly and sharing your photos as I am sure you would all love to see your friends.

You have made a fabulous start to our new expedition, ‘Where in the world would you go?’.  It has been lovely to find out about all the places you have visited, how you got there and to hear about the places you are looking forward to visiting in the future.

Exploring the outdoors…


Fun with maths and measures…

Reading for pleasure!

I hope you have enjoyed seeing your friends and sharing all the lovely things you have been doing.  Keep up your super efforts and I look forward to sharing more examples of beautiful work very soon.

Stay safe.


Keeping in touch with our friends

Thank you for all the photographs and messages you have been sending me on Class Dojo.  I hope to start sharing some of your photos and updates on here next week as I am sure you are all missing your friends as much as I am and it will be a lovely way for us all to keep in touch.

Take care and check back soon.

Mrs Goodyer x