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What's it like to be in the juniors?
Website Enquiries / 19 October 2017 / Categories: News

What's it like to be in the juniors?

Year 3B have just finished their first half term in the juniors and would like to share some of their reflection reviews ( you can see them all outside our room):

The big differences we have found moving from infants to juniors is there is no afternoon break. Two hours work has been a challenge for some of us! We have learnt to be more independent in keeping track of all of our games kit and making sure our ties are properly tied. At lunch times, making sure we have enough to eat, remembering all the clubs we need to go to and in the classroom drinking plenty of water. We like our homework challenges and Mrs Briggs says we have been brilliant at completing our work and handing it in on time.
Here are some of the things we have learnt already:

'I can now join my handwriting.'
'I now know my 8 times table and the division facts.'
I have learnt to count in 50s.'
'I now know about articles.'
'I have learnt to log on to Office 365'.

Submitted by Mrs Briggs
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