Take a look at some of the things that we have been learning during our time in year 3.
National Stand Up To Bullying Day
Today is national Stand Up To Bullying Day. We spent the afternoon looking at ways that we can be upstanders and not bystanders. We also took the time to pay each other compliments. We left school feeling very happy after all of our compliments and had a better understanding of how we can stand up to bullying.
National Tourette's Awareness Day
Today was National Tourette's Awareness Day. We took part in a sponsored sports day to raise money for Tourette's Awareness. The children and staff learnt all about tourette's and the children came up with some fantastic questions to ask Jacob in Y5 who has tourette's. We had a fantastic day and all learnt something new about tourette's, Miss Lawes and Miss Robinson even learnt how to floss as part of our circuit training!
Looking at things from someone else's point of view
This week the children have been learning about the wolf's side of the story in the traditional tale 'The Three Little Pigs'. They listened to the story and thought about both the pig's and the wolf's point of view and how the were different. This developed their understanding of how misconceptions can be formed and lead to upset feelings and falling out.
We are all connected
In PSHCE the children have been thinking about how we are all connected to one another by friendship, hair colour, likes or dislikes and many more things. We used a BIG ball of string to show how our class is connected. We are all very different and unique but we also have a lot that is the same.
Road Safety Assembly
The children participated in a road safety assembly and listened to a new story starring Superbob, teaching them about the dangers of parked cars and encouraging the children to talk to their parents and other adults about safe parking places.