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Welcome to class 3L at Allerton CE Primary School in Leeds. Here, under the careful guidance of Mrs Lunt, we will blog to the Big Wide World.

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Fantastic home learning

You have al submitted such wonderful home learning over the last week. here are some great pieces. Well done everyone!

Instead of drawing a reflective hi-vis outfit Alex actually made one:

Madeleine has been resilient like Batman this week when working on her maths! Well done you!

Noah has been capitalising on his continents and oceans learning from KS1. Great job!

Freya was really like Gandalf when I asked her to reflect on her SPO and check she had 2A ideas in her plan. She then used this to write a fantastic paragraph to describe why winter is treacherous.

Benjamin, Madeleine and Amber did some great thinking about the Banksy painting ‘Girl with Balloon’ and then recreated it. Well done.

It was lovely to receive some video and recordings of you reading your work so confidently. Well done to Luca..

This week’s Celebrations

This week my Learner of the Week goes to Alex. He has been working so hard on all his home learning especially his spelling and writing. I can see that he has been using the SWAYs and listening carefully to what he needs to do before starting. He has also been thinking about his targets from school while he has been completing his work too. Well done Alex. Keep it up.

Topping the tales in 3L this week are:
Lexia Legends: Macy, Benjamin, Lily and Harrison
TT Rockstars: Macy, Harrison and Lucas
Sumdog Superstar: Macy, Madeleine and Lucas.

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Well done Year 3- you have managed to read 150 books on EPIC books!

Friday Shout Outs


3L’s Home Learning Hero is Oliver Shotton. Oliver has really impressed me this week with his home learning. I have been especially proud of how he has used the SWAYs to support his writing and has produced a fantastic paragraph about why winter is beautiful. You can read this below. Well done Oliver. Keep up all the hard work.

Some people believe winter is the most beautiful season of the year. There is white, glistening snow covering the tall, bare trees. The snow has set on the ground like a soft, fluffy blanket. There is slippy, treacherous ice covering the winding, dark lanes. We can hear squealing, laughing children in the distance.They are having exiting, exhausting snowball fights. Winter really is a magical season. by Oliver

Let’s see who has been using our online learning platforms. My top three people from each one are:
Lexia legends: Noah, Benjamin and Lily
TTRockstars: Aariz, Tiyahna and Alex
Sumdog Superstar: Macy, Tom P and Oliver

A Job Well Done - Invista

I only sent out our EPIC Books loginin yesterday and you fabulous people have already read 25 books. Well done, it is lovely to see that love of reading at home

Thank you for all your hard work this week and I hope you have been enjoying using Google Classroom and the SWAYs.
Have a lovely weekend and stay safe.
Mrs Lunt

Merry Christmas Everyone

We have had a lovely last day and we have had so many fantastic things to celebrate at the end of a busy term.
well done to all the children who achieved their Bronze Behaviour Award this half term. A brilliant achievement and now you can aim for your Silver Award next half term.

Some people managed to achieve their Silver Behaviour Award this half term. Well done this is such an impressive achievement. Well done everyone. You will be able to aim for Gold next half term.

Finally, our final Learner of the Week this half term is Lily. Lily has been working really hard on her Batman skills. She has been trying hard to manage distractions and has really persevered with her learning especially her hand writing. Well done Lily. A great end to the half term.