Well, we’ve made it Year Three! We have had a very fun week this week to end the school year. At the beginning of the week, the children focussed on the famous artist, Van Gogh, and re-created the famous painting, ‘Starry Night’. The children received a piece from the original drawing and colured it in using a mixture of pencils, pastels and crayons. We then pieced all of the children’s work together to create our very own Starry Night. Look how wonderful it is!
The children have loved playing lots of fun games this week, one of their favourites have been the Pirate Game. The children have worked well as a team to earn the most points and I am sure they will let other children know what it’s all about! The children loved seeing the Olympics torch a couple of weeks ago and are even more excited for the upcoming Olympics in Tokyo next week, Year Three made their very own olive wreaths which were famously worn for winners of the Olympics Games in Ancient Greece. On Thursday, the children took part in their very own Olympics. We had lots of fun taking part in lots of different games such as the javelin, discus and even tackled a tricky obstacle course! The children loved the games they played and finished their morning with a lap of honour wearing their olive wreaths.
What a year it has been but I could not be more proud of all of the children in Year Three. They have all shown resilience and strength throughout this challenging year as well as enthusiasm to learn lots of new things. It has been a pleasure to teach every single one of the children in Year Three and I know they will do a great job in Year Four. I would like to say a special farewell to Ava in Year Three as she will begin a new school in September. We all wish Ava the very best of luck in her new journey and we will all miss her very much! Year Three would also like to say a special farewell to Mrs Patterson who has been our wonderful teaching assistant this year. Mrs P has gone above and beyond for myself and the children and we are so thankful that she has been part of our Year Three journey. Mrs Patterson will be greatly missed by all of the children in school as well as the staff who think the world of her. We all wish Mrs Patterson a very happy retirement and thank her for her wonderful dedication to all of the children and staff at All Saints’ School.
Hope you all have a lovely summer break everyone! Love, Mrs Patterson and Miss Walker x