3rd Class Writers

The children in third class have been given a choice to write about whatever they want in their ‘My Best Work’ copies. The children can use this copy to write whatever they want with whatever they want and they don’t have to worry about spelling mistakes. The work so far has been incredible and there […]

Multiplication Masters

Masters at Multiplication This week third class tackled multiplication in maths. It was a rocky road at first but the children are beginning to master the multiples! We are going to start playing Splat! more often in class and we’re hopefully going to get quicker and quicker at recalling the facts. Reflections We investigated objects […]

Collage inspired by Henri Matisse

  Henri Matisse was a French painter who became very famous for using extraordinarily bold colours. Later in life, as his health began to fail, Matisse turned to making collages. 3rd class used what they have been learning in maths – parallel, horizontal, vertical lines and right angles – to make a collage with bold […]

Toys that were around in 1923

Practising handwriting in the old style

Class of 1923

School in 1923

The children sitting beside the fire in the classroom. Usually the Master or Mistress sit ighth in front of it and take all the heat!

Curragh Walk

Having a look at the burrow of a hare in the Curragh.

Does air take up space?

Does air take up space?

This week in third class we were investigating if air takes up space. The result was it does! We proved this by stuffing a tissue into the bottom of a plastic container and pushing it under water. The air in the container pushed the water out of the bottle as it went under and the […]

Creative Writing in 3rd Class

In 3rd class last week we finished a novel called ‘The Weirds’. The Primms have finally met the Weirds. Tori created a wonderful story about what happens next. Well done Tori for your hard work. The Weirds When Ott joins Pinchton’s class she sits beside him. She is so proud because they are friends. She […]