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3D - Mrs Lett and Mrs Maddison

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Summer 2018


First Holy Communion Celebration Mass 


On Thursday 7th June we had a special Mass to celebrate the children who made their First Holy Communion this year.

Fr. Brendan and Deacon Michael celebrated Mass with the children and lots of parents and grandparents joined us too.

A big congratulations to those children!

 


 Year 3 Visit the Allotment!

 



Spring 2018


Natural History Museum 28/03/2018 

 Year 3 went to the Natural History Museum and met a real T-Rex! We also made our own earthquake and used a seismograph to predict an upcoming volcanic eruption. We managed to get everyone from VolcanoTown to safety just in time! 

 

 


Autumn 2017


  Flag Fen

 

On Monday, Year 3 visited Flag Fen in Peterborough! We had a fabulous day exploring the site. We especially enjoyed storytelling around the fire in the Iron Age roundhouse and making a wish on the dragon sword! We got to row our own prehistoric log boats and see the preserved remains of the causeway and a Bronze Age boat. Afterwards, we became archaeologists and tried to uncover clues about the artefacts to place them into the right time period. Our day finished by making our own Stone Age pottery, using natural materials to decorate them as people would have done in the past. A fantastic day had was by all!