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Respect

The importance of valuing others, listening to different viewpoints, taking care of belongings, manners, appreciating the diversity which exists in our community and beyond

Excellence

The determination to reach the highest standards, every day.

Aspiration

The desire to grow and develop, achieving the best for ourselves and each other.

Cooperation

The knowledge that working with others, asking for help when needed and supporting others to develop are the foundations of growth.

Happiness

The importance of joy in what we do, discovering our strengths and using them.

Year 3J

              YEAR 3J

                             D.T - MEDITERRANEAN FOOD

For D.T Year 3J and 3MG made mediterranean food which included : Humous, tzatziki, salad and brushetta.

Take a look at all the fun we had in preparing and making the food.

                                 EID MUBARAK !! -18.06.18
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                                     PEACE DAY

Peace Day on Tuesday 22nd May 2018. 

The day marks the first anniversary of the terrible events at the Manchester Arena last year. The main aim is to remember, reflect and to celebrate life - recognising each of the 22 people who lost their lives in the attack, those who were injured, the first responders, and Manchester Together (embracing the solidarity shown by the city). 

 

Parents were invited on Friday (18.5.18)   to the childrens ribbon tying slot. 

Take a look below!!

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To celebrate Peace Day the children wore brightly coloured clothes
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We also wrote beautiful poems on doves in remembrance.
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                                  BEE COMPETITION
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The worker bee is an emblem for Manchester, symbolising the city’s hard-working past.

It was a hive of activity during the Industrial Revolution and workers were soon dubbed “busy bees”.

Seven bees are included in the crest of the city’s arms.

The insects are also dotted around Manchester’s streets, decorating the clock face of the Palace Hotel and the flooring at Manchester Town Hall.

Our whole school participated in a Bee colouring competition, 

Rayaan's amazing picture is one of 7 chosen pictures to influence the final bee model which will be shown in the City Centre. How Amazing!!

Take a look at our winner!

Class Teacher

Meet our class teacher, Mrs Jadhav and our

Teacher Assistant Ms Rafiq.

           

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     MEET OUR CLASS

We are excited to be in a school where we all come from many different places and speak many different languages. 

 

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Homework

                                                  

Homework will be sent home each week on Thursday and needs to be returned the following Thursday for homework check. Children who do not hand in there homework by Thursday will be expected to complete an activity in their Friday break time.

 If you have any questions please feel free to ask your teachers.

                          MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS DAY
 Mental Health and Well Being Day was on Friday 18th May. This is a special day where the children were learning about the importance of taking care of their own mental well being as well as their physical health. There were  many exciting activities going on that day and the children were learning about mindfulness. On this day there was a Mental Health Workshop for parents at 2:30pm - lots of parents/carers attended.
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The children demonstrated their well being and how they were feeling by colouring the hearts above.

             Road Safety Day

Statistics from the Department of Transport show that of the 232 car occupants killed in 2013 (for which seatbelt data was recorded out of 785 total deaths), 45 were not wearing a seat belt – a shocking 19%, or nearly one-fifth.

 

Why people don’t wear a seat belt

There are many reasons given as to why people don’t wear a seat belt. Some people:

  • Forget
  • Can’t be bothered
  • Think it unimportant because they’re only going a short distance
  • Find them uncomfortable
  • Can’t find the buckle
  • Don’t want to crease their clothes

 

http://www.roadwise.co.uk/in-car-safety/seatbelts/

 

Go onto website shown above to give you Important information about Road Safety and how to keep yourselves, your family and everyone else around you safe.

              BE IN CAR WISE

This is showing how we are unsafe when driving.

 

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This is showing how we stay safe when driving. 

Can you tell what the children are doing in order to stay safe?

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During our Art lesson we were creating and decorating our own volcano designs. They all look amazing!!

In relation to our Topic we all painted some fabulous volcano eruptions in our Art lesson, using bright hot colours, like, red, orange,yellow and others.

These hot colours represents lava and magma when they erupt.

 

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Take a look at our wonderful projects which we have done at home with the help of our  parents.We used a range of material, such as cardboard, stone,clay, paint, colours and much more.

Well Done Year 3J. We are so proud of you !!

 

 

Attendance

Our attendance for this week is 97.5%.

 

Well done Year 3J, keep it up!! no

 

 

 

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