THANK YOU YEAR 3- ‘It’s a rubbish adventure’.

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AAD29640-5EE6-4195-AF94-BC7815325420Just a quick post to say a big thank you to our year 3 children.

We are learning about the effect of litter and single use plastic on our planet and environment.

Our classes have shared their enthusiasm, empathy and passion to be the change they want to see in our world.

As they participate in this learning journey, I am incredibly proud of them and their efforts to learn about the impact of single use plastic. It is a pleasure to see them strive to make a difference.

Thank you for supporting the children at home and taking time to fill in their diary and talk to them about their learning. Next term we will continue to apply our geography and ICT skills to learn more about our planet and the difference that our generation can make to help secure its future!

Well done year 3, you are capable of making a huge difference to our school, our community and our planet.

Mrs Huckstepp & Mr Rob.

 

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Should we all believe in a God?

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This afternoon’s question in COMMS circle assembly was ‘Shall we all believe in a God?’

 

We discussed the various Gods that are worshipped in different faiths around the world.

 

We then looked at some more unusual Gods that tribes and people believe in that are a little more unusual such as ‘Loki’ – a Norse trickster God.LOKI

 

 

So do YOU think that everyone should believe in a God – whether it be a┬áperson, animal or object?

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Brexit

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During today’s community circle we had the opportunity to discuss issues around Brexit.

 

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What do you think?

Will Britain be better as part of the European Union or apart?

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Why do we make New Years Resolutions?

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This weeks question is “Why do we make New Years Resolutions?” We discussed in assembly the fact that people make them to set themselves a goal or a challenge for the year, however most of us will have already broken our New Years Resolution 1 week in!

So, this week we would like you to think about why should we set ourselves a resolution? What do we achieve from these? What new years resolutions have you already set yourself? Why do you think people struggle to stick to their new years resolutions?

Let us know your thoughts by commenting below!

 

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When you wish upon a star…

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On Tuesday Emily and Archie went on a very magical adventure. They got up extra early and put on some fantastic t shirts for their special day.

They boarded a train and to Newark. On the way they met some very special guests and had lots of treats too.

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What an amazing day they had, they truly deserve it.

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Is it healthier to be afraid of everything or nothing?

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After our discussion in class this is what some of us thought…

Katie: If you were scared of everything it would put a lot of pressure on your body and make you nervous.

Parneet: If you were scared of everything, you would be scared of your family and that would not be a good thing!

Liam: You should be scared of some things so you don’t get hurt.

Olly: If you were scared of everything you would be scared of things that aren’t actually scary!

Jessie: If you weren’t scared of anything you might do something silly and unsafe.

Ashleigh: Everybody is scared of something but you shouldn’t be scared of everything!

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