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St. Stephen's C.E.

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Learn, Grow and Achieve Together through God's love

4.12.20

We have reached the end of another brilliant week. Christmas has well and truly arrived in Year 3! We have started working on our next unit in English - Poetry. We are in the process of creating some winter-themed shape poems and they are already looking amazing. We have started our weaving in Art and we are doing a fabulous job with it. Mrs Powell came to see us in action and was full of praise for how well we were doing with what is quite a tricky technique to master!

 

On Tuesday, we were VERY excited to see that an elf had arrived in our classroom. We had a chat and have decided to name him Jingle. He brought an Advent Calendar with him and each day one of us will get a chocolate from it. On Wednesday, he tied wool all over Miss Hindle's board - she wasn't pleased! And on Thursday, to apologise, he decorated our classroom with Christmas decorations and he brought us a book, "Santa Gets a Second Job", which Miss Hindle and Mrs Townend are reading to us in class.

 

⭐Our Star of the Week is Poppy and our Role Model is Lauri-Ann. Well done!⭐

 

   

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