Entries by Christine Adenaike

Year 3 Trip to the National Portrait Gallery

Last Thursday, we enjoyed a lovely day out to the National Portrait Gallery located by Trafalgar Square. As we’ve been learning all about the Tudors in history, this was a perfect opportunity to have a closer look at some of the significant individuals from this period. We have especially enjoyed getting to know more about […]

Tudor Portraits

As part of art this term, we focused on portraits. This was linked to our history as we studied portraits of famous Tudor monarchs. We looked closely at elements of portraits such as objects, expression, clothing and pose, and then explored how the portraits communicate mood, feelings and ideas. Following our class trip to the […]

Family Learning Activities over the half-term   Family learning February 2024 (2)

All about Forces and Magnets!

Our science topic this term is ‘Forces and Magnets‘. We have learnt that a force can be a push or a pull. We investigated the effects of friction on different surfaces. A force meter was used to measure the amount of force required to drag an object across different surfaces. This week, we explored magnetic […]

Autumn 2 Homework and Knowledge Organiser

We look forward to seeing the outstanding homework children complete for this term’s topic: Through the Ages -Stone Age to Iron Age. We have already seen some excellent drawings of prehistoric beasts! Here’s the homework grid: Curriculum homework- Through the Ages Have a look at the knowledge organiser here: Knowledge organiser The Stone Age


Safer Internet Day 2023 ‘Want to talk about it? Making space for conversations about life online’. Make time to listen to your children today and make positive change together. Safer Internet Day 2023 aims to answer the following questions: What issues really matter to children and young people? What changes do they want to see? […]