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Welcome to Class 3F

 

We are a happy, smiley class of nineteen children.  Our class teacher is Mrs. Flynn and we are supported by Mrs. Rickets and Ms. Robinson.

In the afternoon we are joined by our Year 4 friends and we are split into the classes of Hornby, Harper and Hulme. 

We hope that you visit our class page often to read about all our about our exciting learning adventures!

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Making Our Anglo Saxon Settlements Friday 15th September, 2017

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Friday 22nd September, 2017 - Learning about the Anglo Saxons at Tatton Park

Our Adventures at Tatton Park

 

Today has been such an eventful and enjoyable day, for we have journeyed to Tatton Park to learn more about the Anglo Saxons.

 

We have explored the parkland to learn how children as young as seven would have tracked deer in the forests and quickly realised that when you are super excited creeping up on sensitive creatures without talking is quite a challenge.

 

From the great outdoors we ventured into the settlement and were amazed at how inventive the Anglo Saxons were in using every part of the deer to make clothes, blankets, weapons, utensils and providing food for hungry villagers.

 

A quick lunch was swiftly followed by lessons in weaponry, outdoor cooking and bread making, before exploring runes and their meaning.  We even managed to make some runes of our own to bring back to school.

 

There were lots of tired, but extremely happy children and teachers on the coach home.

 

We wish to send our sincere thanks to all the staff at Tatton Park for such an exciting and educational visit.

 

Huge thanks also goes to our  lovely families for making our Anglo Saxon costumes.

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