Y3D Have had a fabulous morning for Elmer Day! We have worked hard to make Elmer a new blanket making sure each coloured patch is the equivalent fraction of colours to every other colour we used. We were able to decide how big the blanket would be and then how many squares we would need of each colour. It was a little more challenging than we thought it would be but we had lots of fun.
We then went outside and took part in an Elephant March then created our own Elmer – the weather was beautiful and we had a great time deciding how to make ourselves into Elmer! Take a look.
On Friday a group of Year 3 and 4 boys took part in the first ever South Tyneside football festival for children of their age. The boys were placed in a group with 6 other schools and only the top 2 would go on to the next round. In the First game against East Boldon the boys won 2-0 with Jack R and Jack D scoring the goals. In game 2 the boys beat St Aloysius B 5-0 with goal for jack D, Jack R and 3 for Logan. In game 3 the boys beat Mortimer B 3-0 with goals for Mason, Jack R and Logan. In the fourth game the boys beat Lord Blyton 2-0 with goals for Theo and Jack D. In game 5 we beat St Bede 1-0 with a goal for Theo and in the final game they beat St Joseph 4-0 with Max, Theo, Jack D and Mason getting the goals. This meant the boys had topped the group and were into the semi finals.
In the semi final against St Aloysius A the boys played very well but were unable to score a goal in normal time or extra time so we went to a penalty shoot out. Max, Mason and Logan all converted their penalties and St Aloysius missed one of theirs meaning the lads were in the final.
In the final they played Lord Blyton who they had already defeated in the group stage. Once again they were unable to score, despite hitting the bar and having a header cleared off the line, so it was down to penalties. This time the all the penaties in the shoot out were missed with Daniel twice saving Lord Blyton penalties. Jack D then stepped up to take a penalty in sudden death and he scored the winner.
The boys can all be very proud of themselves for the football they played and their sportsmanship.
Despite the rain, the workmen have managed to make the roof safe.
School will reopen to all pupils on Monday 18th March.
We will have our own Red Nose Day on Friday 22nd March and Y2E’s class assembly will be rescheduled.
All events planned for this week will go ahead (Music Festival for Year 2 and the choir).
Thank you for you patience and understanding.
Looking forward to seeing you all on Monday.
Y3D have thoroughly enjoyed looking into to work of Kandinsky and creating their own version with a valentines day theme. We enjoyed listening to some instrumental romantic music to help us relax and work our magic!
Take a look at our masterpieces!
Y3D are loving their new rewards system! Each group has their own piggy-bank and when children do something amazing or work fabulously as a team they earn money for their piggybank. At the end of each week children count how much they have in their piggybank and the winning table who have the most money can exchange it for a prize from the reward chart! This weeks winning table was Green table with £27! They choose a prize of Hot Chocolate with marshmallows and cookies with Miss Devlin this break time! Yummy! We wonder which table will win this week?
Y3D enjoyed a fabulous meditation and yoga session delivered by Nadia from the Tranquil Treehouse.
We learned lots of new, exciting ways of thinking about our emotions. We never knew Yoga actually came about 5000 years ago!
It was really cool and fun we spotted some of our favourite sports starts completing yoga like Andy Murray, Ryan Giggs and Lady Gaga.
Today we learnt the camel and cobbler pose and chilled out whilst we meditated to some beautiful music – take a look!
Y3D had a fabulous time at their amazing Christmas party!
We played lots of fun party games, ate delicious party food and got our groove on at the disco!
We showed some unique dance moves and routines to our favourite tunes!
We all looked sensational!
Here’s a few pictures of us all having the best time ever!
This morning the children in Year 3 were super shocked to see an Elf had joined the year group! He left us some super challenging problems to solve in our maths lesson – we cracked Buddy’s puzzles!
All of the children have worked together to recreate the Christmas story and have retold the story in their own words. The children have been very proud of their work that has been showcased and displayed around school.