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Year 3 show their parents just how much they have learned!

Year 3 show their parents just how much they have learned!
Once upon a time in a land far, far away, 31 fabulous children embarked on their adventures in Middle School!

As the story unfolded in the Year 3 assembly, the children showed their parents just how busy they had been this year.

As sports stars, they have considered what it would be really like to ‘Go for Gold’, just like GB did in The Rio Olympics and Paralympics in Summer 2016.

As scientists, they have set up experiments to show the effects of different drinks on the enamel of our teeth. They also carried out a water access investigation to show just how difficult it is to collect water in the Himalayas.

As historians, they delved into the past to find out what life was really like at St. Neot’s in Victorian times.

Their geographical knowledge helped them understand all about mountain life and just how different their own lives are compared to the Kumaon people in the Himalayas.

They wowed Little Red Riding Hood and The Three Little Pigs with their non-fiction pages, after Tala the Timber Wolf had written to them. These fairytale characters realised that they hadn’t taken the time to try to understand these amazing creatures.

What an adventure they have had so far! Not least a visit to a Tudor Manor House!

Thank goodness they were able to stop for a Himalayan curry en route!

Congratulations Year 3 on a truly wonderful assembly!
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