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Year 3 took part in their competitive sports, competitions included running, relay race, skipping and an obstacle course. Take a look at the children during their races.
Our Library Visit
We walked to Blackburn Library to meet Andrew the Librarian who told us all about Blackburn Library. We learnt about the services the library offers and fiction books. We had a look around and borrowed a couple of books.
Clean for the Queen
To celebrate Her Majesties 90th Birthday SMSJ took part in ‘Clean for the Queen’.
Each class was allocated a different part of the school to clean. Year 3 cleaned the Forrest School classroom.
We found a lot of litter especially by the fence. The children did an excellent job cleaning. Well Done!
No Pens Day Wednesday
On ‘No Pens Day Wednesday’ we had an apple themed day.
We started the day by reading the story of Johnny Appleseed, the children then made their own Johnny Appleseed story books, we used glue to put the story in order.
The children had a lovely time tasting different variety of apples. They tasted Royal Gala, Braeburn, Granny Smith and Golden Delicious.
We stuck on words to describe the apple and taste. We used smiley faces to show if we liked the apple.
In the afternoon we had a range of activities for the children to take part in which were:
Sewing pencil holders and purses, using blanket stitch, cross stitch and running stitch.
Printing with apples.
A collage of the Empire State building in New York.
Children also took part in Apple Bobbing.
A busy but enjoyable day was had by all.
Mrs Holmes ran a competition on a Roald Dahl book, where children had to design 'Mr Twits' beard. There were two winners from year 3.
They each received a £5 voucher to spend at the book sale at school.