Primary 3 7.2.20

We are part way there with our life size knights, they are taking slightly longer than we thought! We will update with pictures once they are completed and guarding our classrooms.

We tested our Bows as well and had great fun practising our battle faces!

Pom poms were used instead of arrows for safety, and we tested the distances travelled using a variety of forces from a light force to the strongest force we could manage.

Here we are using the metre sticks to measure the distance travelled.

We also had a visitor this week from Lynne at EOS (Eczema Outreach Support) who came to raise our awareness of the condition and what it meant for sufferers. She assured us eczema cannot be caught, and allowed us to use a moisture monitor to understand the water content of our skin. She explained that people with eczema have  less water in their skin and therefore have very dry, sore skin.

It was very interesting and the whole visit was interactive. We enjoyed learning about it.

We also ended our germ experiment with the slices of bread this week. It took 4 weeks to get to this stage but very clearly shows that it is important to wash our hands. Bag one shows a piece of bread untouched by hands, and the slice of bread in bag 2 was passed around the whole class to touch. We were disgusted with the results and are aware of what this means for us, and the importance of washing our hands before we eat:











PSA Dress down on Thursday 13th February – Dress to Impress or dress for Valentines Day. 50p donation for the if you decide to take part.

Class talks will take place on Wednesday 12th Feb, despite the homework for this being set for Monday 10th.

Sorry for the inconvenience of the GLOW passwords not working.  New ones will be handed out on Monday as a mass reset was needed after people locking themselves out. Thank you for your patience with this.

PE – P3W Monday – indoor, Thursday – Outdoor

P3S Wednesday – indoor, Thursday – indoor (for the next 2 weeks.)

Thank you once again for all of your support,

Miss Smith and Mr Woodward

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