Year 3 Class News

A great start to the Big Pedal

Posted on Wednesday 27 March 2019 by Mrs Taylor

After day one of the Big Pedal, we are 38th out of 500 schools in the small school category – the top school in Leeds! Brilliant news.  The leaderboard can be viewed via the Sustrans Big Pedal website.

Well done everyone – keep your active travel going, great for you and great for the environment.

Remember active travel counts as walking, park and stride, scooting and biking.  Supporter (parents/carers, siblings and staff) travel counts too.

Let’s keep those numbers high for the rest of the week and hopefully we’ll move up the leader board and be in with the chance to win prizes.

Three measly beans ….

Posted on Friday 22 March 2019 by Mrs Freeman

Years 3 and 4 are almost there with the preparations for the production next week. The children have impressed us all with, learning  lines, acting skills  and superb singing. You are in for a treat! Image result for 3 magic beansThere are 2 performances next week. 

Tuesday 2pm and Wednesday 6pm (please can children arrive back at school for 5.30pm.)

Be ready for a little audience participation! Image result for its behind you

Living and Learning

Posted on Friday 22 March 2019 by Miss Clifford

Living and Learning this week has been linked to body image. The statement for the week was: I recognise my talents. 

We have previously discussed what body image is and have touched on size, shape and appearance. 

Today we looked at some images of children and talked about beauty. The class sorted the images into two groups: beautiful and not beautiful. The majority of children thought that everyone was beautiful. 

Leah said- “Everyone is beautiful in their own way. Yes you might have one leg or spots or be bigger than your friend but you are still beautiful.”

We then sorted the images into healthy and unhealthy. Many pupils believed that having a birthmark or spots meant that you must be unhealthy. We talked about this and discussed how body image isn’t always linked to health. 

We then moved on to discussing if being ‘thin’ makes you healthy, if being ‘beautiful’ makes you healthy and what we can do to keep ourselves healthy. 

It was a very thought provoking session with lots of Year 3s confident to share their feelings and opinions. Well done Year 3. 

Moortown’s Got Talent!

Posted on Friday 22 March 2019 by Miss Rushbrooke

The final of Moortown’s Got Talent was a great success last night with all of our finalists doing a fantastic doing (despite a few technical hitches).

Well done to everybody who took part and to all of those who auditioned.  We are very pleased to announce our two runners up: Juho and Kian. Juho showed us some fantastic martial arts and Kian identified the flags of 100 different countries!

And, the one you’ve all been waiting for, our winner! A huge congratulations to Isla, Bridget and Eleanor. They treated us to singing que sera sera along with some dancing. Well done!

Just one week until Big Pedal starts

Posted on Wednesday 20 March 2019 by Mrs Taylor

It’s just one week to the return of the Big Pedal.

We’re looking forward to taking part in Sustrans Big Pedal 2019, the UK’s largest inter-school cycling and scooting challenge, that inspires pupils, staff and parents to choose two (or three) wheels for their journey to school. We would love everyone to be involved.

For the first time, walking (and park and stride) will be counted alongside cycling and scooting. This year’s Big Pedal will run for five days, from 25th March to 29th March.

On each day, schools compete to see who can get as many of their pupils, staff and parents cycling or scooting to school then our results will determine our final position in the national league table.

To help parents prepare, Sustrans has developed a handy free guide packed with advice, games and challenges to help with having a hassle-free cycle, walk or scoot to school.

Help! We need your junk!

Posted on Monday 18 March 2019 by Mr Wilks

Mrs Bharath is Junk Modelling on Hobby Half Day this Friday.

If you have any clean empty boxes, tubes, cartons, plastic bottles lying around at home please drop them in at the Year 1 classroom by Thursday.

Thank you!

Cycling opportunities

Posted on Sunday 17 March 2019 by Mrs Taylor

Here are details of local cycling events due to be held in the Easter holiday.

Beginners Learn to Ride Sessions (FREE)
For non-riders aged 5 years and above
Tuesday 2nd April, Thursday 4th April and Tuesday 9th April – limited availability
At Carr Manor Community School (Secondary Phase)
Times: 9:30am, 10:45am, 12:30pm  and 13:45pm (Tues 2nd only)

Improvers Cycling Session (FREE)
For ‘new’ riders aged 5 years and above
Thursday 4th April
At Carr Manor Community School (Secondary Phase)
Time: 13:45pm

The Brownlee Centre will also be hosting a pop up school holiday ride.




School Savings Club paying in dates

Posted on Wednesday 13 March 2019 by Mrs Taylor

Please note a change of day for the remaining School Savings Club paying in dates.

If your child has a School Savings Club account, we hold paying in sessions on the penultimate week of every half term.

Thursday 18 October 2018 3.15-3.45pm

Thursday 13 December 2018 3.15-3.45pm

Thursday 07 February 2019 3.15-3.45pm

Wednesday 20 March 2019 3.15-3.45pm

Wednesday 15 May 2019 3.15-3.45pm

Wednesday 10 July 2019 3.15-3.45pm

If you are unable to attend in person, please hand in any money to be paid in, to the office in a sealed envelope addressed to Mrs Tiffany.

If you would like your child to open an account, please enquire at the office.  Pupils in Year 3 can still take advantage of the £10 incentive offer.


Posted on Tuesday 12 March 2019 by Mrs Freeman

Rehearsals for our upcoming production, are now in full swing! This week, we’ll send home costume suggestions for some of the characters. We’d be very grateful for any help in getting these together. Please let us know if you are unable to provide items and we will try to sort this.

Many thanks in advance.Image result for jack and the beanstalk

Living and Learning – body image guide for parents and carers

Posted on Sunday 10 March 2019 by Mrs Taylor

Our focus in Living and Learning, for the rest of this half term, is body image.

What is body image?

Body image describes our idea of how our body looks and how we think it is perceived by others. This can include our thoughts and feelings about our height, weight, shape, skin colour, and our appearance and attractiveness more broadly.

This parent and carer guide has been designed to give practical ideas to support your child in building their emotional resilience in this area.