Safer Internet Day

Yesterday was Safer internet day, within our online lesson we talked about the dangers of the internet and looked at different scenarios deciding on whether we would check the information we see or trust it. Erica created a brilliant poster, which included some really important rules for us to follow Read more…

Firework Art!

On Thursday 5th November, we had a lesson on Bonfire Night! We learnt about the history behind Bonfire Night and why it is so important to be safe around fireworks and sparklers. After we discussed ways we could stay safe, we made beautiful pieces of firework art using chalk and Read more…

Bonfire night

Please talk to your child/children about staying safe now it is darker earlier and about keeping safe during bonfire night. Click the links below for more information. https://www.think.gov.uk/education-resources/ https://6282.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/Be_Bright_Be_Seen-A5-Flyer.pdf /http://www.bonfire-night-safety.co.uk/ Safety First – Cycling at Night

#HelloYellow

For World Mental Health day we took part in #HelloYellow. The children looked great wearing yellow: We took part in lots of fun activities: mindfulness colouring, story meditation, funny videos of ‘talking animals’ and we made silly photographs using selfie props.  

Mental health Day

Today children and teachers dressed in yellow to support and learn all about mental health awareness. Year 3 have studied the mind today and have been looking at ways to keep your mind happy. Here are some pictures from today.

Hand washing

We talked about the importance of hand washing today. Some adults and children used paint to represent germs because they ‘hadn’t washed their hands’. We played a clap and high 5 game where each child ended up with some blue paint on their hands. This showed how much the germs Read more…

Birch visit dippy 🦕

This week Year 3 Birch were lucky enough to visit Dippy the Diplodocus in Rochdale. We travelled by bus into Rochdale centre, thinking about our road safety and stranger safety and all the staff were really impressed with the behaviour of the children. We learnt lots of new facts about Read more…

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