Caroline Haslett Primary School

Nil satis nisi optimum. Nothing but the best is good enough

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Year 3

Photos from Yr 3 recent trip to Ashmolean Museum

The Wish

Year 3 pupils attended ‘The Wish’ on thursday 9th May, which is a young persons’ guide to an orchestra.  The children were given a chance to meet a composer and take part in the concert whilst listening to
professional orchestra SINFONIA VERDI. The Wish is an interactive orchestral piece that introduces children to orchestral instruments in a vivid way and incorporates elements of theatre and singing.

The aim of the project is to inspire more children to learn an orchestral instrument! More information about The Wish, including photos and films, can be seen on the Orchestras Live wesite: 
www.orchestraslive.org.uk/featured-projects/the-wish/

 

Crowther Class Assembly

Well done to Crowther Class for their fantastic assembly on Thursday 9th May. They did a great job with some beautiful singing; all their hard work definitely paid off. We hope everyone enjoyed it.

 

Maybach Assembly

Well done to Maybach Class for their fantastic assembly on Thursday 2nd May 2019. They did a great job with some beautiful singing; all their hard work definitely paid off. We hope everyone enjoyed it.

 

Crowther Class Assembly

Well done to Crowther Class who performed their assembly on Thursday 25th January. They did a great job and yet again, we had a great turnout of family there to support them.

 

Maybach Class Assembly

Well done to Maybach Class who put on their class assembly on Thursday 18th January. The children and Miss Mead did a great job.  We had a fantastic turnout so thank you to all the family and friends that came to support the children.

 

Last Thursday Mr Joyce (Daisy's Dad) came in to speak to the Year 3 children about his job as a physiotherapist. He brought along a helper - a skeleton called Mr Pelebones. The children were interested to find out all about his job, more information about bones and how our muscles help them to move. A lovely end to our 'Humans' science topic.