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Class 3

Welcome to Class 3: we are located in our bright, spacious classroom near the front entrance of the school, and this is the home of our year 3/4  class.  Mrs Dodd is the teacher of Class 3.  Mrs Crumpton and Miss Finnegan also help us with our learning.  Our room is well equipped with everything we need including a super interactive board and computers.

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Our topic this term is 'To Infinity and Beyond' and focuses on the science of night and day, the orbit of the Earth and Moon, the phases of the Moon and the history of the space race. We will also explore the Solar System and investigate changing shadows. We are looking forward to a visit to the National Space Centre to enhance our learning.

Our super start involved discovering a mystery incident had occurred on the playground with curious objects appearing overnight.

 Keep checking back to find out how our learning is progressing.


Class 3 enjoyed their first session of rugby coaching with Dave from Worcester Warriors. Today we focused on passing and our skills improved immensely!  Next week we will be looking at tagging skills.

23.9.21 The children enjoyed creating 3D images of the Solar System planets using mod roc, and using acrylic paint to create realistic representations.  They viewed images and videos of the planets in space.  They used the completed models to recreate the orbit of the planets around the sun, learning about the original ideas of a geocentric orbit and the current explanation of a heliocentric orbit. 

7.10.21 Raising money for the Air Ambulance

Th whole school dressed in red and had a special assembly to learn more about the work of the West Midlands Air Ambulance which is based at Strensham.

Enterprise Week October 2021

 The Children have enjoyed creating their own Christmas decoration designs to sew and sell to raise money for Children in Need.  They completed their design and technology project and sold their creations to parents.  They developed their sewing skills and understanding of how to make a profit.