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REACH FOR THE STARS THROUGH LEARNING...POSSIBILITIES...MAKING A DIFFERENCE...BOOKS BUILD BRAINS...ADVENTURE...Excellent effort with attendance again with 97.2% for this past week - well done Westerhope. LATEST OFSTED REPORT PUBLISHED: Westerhope Primary is 'good' in all Ofsted Framework areas. 'Thoughtful, high-quality care contributes well to the happy and harmonious school atmosphere.' Well done to all our pupils, staff and school community for their efforts in contributing to an excellent report. Department of Education data indicates no better performing school within a 75 mile radius with similar key stage 1 scores. WELL DONE WESTERHOPE.

Spring 2

What a super Red Nose Day! Year 3 looked absolutely fabulous. Well done everyone.
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Year 3 were really lucky today as we had a visitor from Chartwell’s food services. Georgie came in to help us with our new Science topic ‘Animsls including humans’ we had a fantastic time learning all about nutrition and how to plan healthy meals. We also got to make our very own healthy snack bars.😊😊😊😊
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Here are the spellings for week beginning Monday 11th March, the children will be tested on Friday 15th March.

undo

unable

unusual

unlucky

unwell

untidy

unhappy

early

exercise

earth

World Book Day in Year 3

Today we have all made an origami bookmark, read with Year 5, been on a book treasure hunt and enjoyed reading stories. What a brilliant day!

Here our the spellings for week beginning 04/03/19, the children will be tested on Friday 8th March.

dislike

displease

disagree

dishonest

disapprove

disappoint

disappear

caught

centre

century

 

This week we had a visit from our school nurse Jill. We found out lots about friendships and feelings. We have also taken part in friendly February - we have thought everyday about how to be a better friend. We loved it so much, we have decided to make our very own 'Marvellous March', we are going to think everyday about how we can make March just marvellous for everybody!

 

 

This half term we are still continuing with our topic of 'All around the World'. We can't wait to see some amazing projects.

Our class reader is 'The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips' by Michael Murpurgo.

We are planning to study animals including humans in Science. As part of this topic we will be having a brilliant food technology day, where the children will get to make lots of healthy recipes and then taste them all!

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