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Winscombe Primary School

Class 3

Welcome to Class 3!

Class Teacher - Mr. William Hall

Support Staff - Mrs. Jacqueline Seel

 

We're all about growth mindset in Class 3 and making sure that we learn from our mistakes! We aim to always have the courage to give it a go, no matter the subject!

 

Recently, we have enjoyed a European Languages Day and a trip to Thatchers to see how they go about the business of harvesting their delicious apples!

European Languages Day - Guten Tag!
Class 3 enjoyed a fun packed European Languages Day, where our class focus was Germany. They tried speaking the language, singing some German songs and tasting some wonderful German foods. The children even managed to get outside for a game of handball!

New Academic Year Letter

LAST ACADEMIC YEAR

Have a look at what Class 3 got up to last year whilst we set up for this year!

GENERAL ELECTION 2017

Classes 3 and 4 took part in their own general election today, 8th June 2017. The polling station was rather busy, with 84% voter turn out. Every voter seemed very well informed about each party's manifesto.

To finish of our class maths topic on money, Class 3 hosted a 'School of Rock' themed cake sale with its very own live band 'Crossbones'! The children were in charge of all the money taking and counting, which gave Mr. Hall (or Mr. Schneebly!) the chance to rock out!

Anglo Saxons and Scots Topic Web Term 5 & 6

Our Deforestation Debate

The children engaged with our rainforest topic by discussing the issue of deforestation. Some children argued that it should stop completely, whilst others argued that it was a necessary evil and one that could be managed. Class 3 showed fantastic debating skills and respect for differing opinions on this very important issue.

Rainforests Topic Web Terms 3 & 4

WWI Topic Web Terms 1 & 2

Shrouds of the Somme

As part of our WWI topic, Class 3 visited the moving 'Shrouds of the Somme' exhibit in Central Bristol. This exhibition remembered those British soldiers who fell on the first day of the Battle of the Somme, 1st July 1916. The children were stunned to learn that, for each of the 19,240 soldiers who lost their lives, the artist Rob Heard had hand-stitched a small mannequin in a shroud. Class 3 also joined memorial activities in nearby Bristol Cathedral.

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