Year 3 and the Murder Mystery
A furious Mr Wilcox, exploded onto the playground. He had discovered the classroom in a mess during break time. As the class entered, they realised that they were stepping into a crime scene (not real). The were met by a body outline of a rabbit (looks like a squirrel), blood streaks and paw prints (water colours), paw prints, eyes and ears of a wolf around the walls. The pupils gave up being the Year 3 class and instead took up detection.
This was all in aid of building interest in our new book Wolves, which we will start on Wednesday.
In Maths this week we have been working on number lines. This has been tricky and pupils can find further practices on Mathletics.
We are still o our 3 timetables, all pupils improved from last week and we are aiming to get 60 correct answers in 3 minutes in two weeks time. Please practice at home and use TT Rockstars.
Can everybody check bags for clothes that are not their own. We are missing a white, Brockenhurst polo top and a red cardigan.
Thursdays = Library
PE = Tuesday and Thursday
Book changes = Wednesday and Friday
Spellings, on Spelling Shed 'u' sound spelt 'ou'.