Welcome to St. Therese's Class Page
Class 3 - Years 4, 5 and 6
Below you will be able to see all of the exciting things we have been doing this academic year. Please have a look at the page archive for our learning from 2017-2018.
Football match vs Appleton Roebuck
Well done to our football team who played in the Small School's League on Friday 7th December at home. You played your hardest in the muddiest of conditions! Great play everyone!
French afternoon at TGS for Year 6
Our Year 6s enjoyed an afternoon of activities at Tadcaster Grammar School to practise their conversation French. They took part in a variety of workshops focusing on giving their opinions in French on clothing, topics, French music and asking for and eating crepes! Cesca was presented with a certificate and some chocolate for excellent use of vocabulary when discussing clothing in a fashion show workshop. Well done to all of the Year 6s for being super French speakers! Great language skills! Thank you to Ms Pinder and the Modern Languages Department for inviting and helping us!
Girls' Football Match
Our Girls Football Team played at home against Barkston Ash. They all played fantastically well!! Well done everyone! The score was 3-1 to the away side.
Our topic this half-term will have a science theme.In science we will be investigating that sounds can be high or low and describe how sounds are made when objects vibrate. Also we will be investigating that we see things because light travels from light sources to our eyes, learning that that light travels in straight lines and learning that shadows have the same shape as the objects that cast them. Also we will be learning how Thomas Edison and his inventions helped to shape sound and light technology as we know it today.
In geography, we will using maps and atlases to locate places and countries in the world and learning about how a compass works and when one is used. In PE we will learning to how to change tactics, rules or tasks to make activities more fun or more challenging and link actions and develop sequences of movements that express ideas.