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Year 3 Art Gallery

Despite the fact that we have had an extremely busy term, all the teachers, teaching assistants and children put in 100% effort to contribute to and create the first ever Year 3 Art Gallery.

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The gallery was set up using the new sports areas at the side of the school and behind the library. As well as creating the art, the children learnt all about different art movements and were on standby as tour guides for any guests. Luckily guests kept coming throughout the day and they were kept busy -  especially when our Year 2 buddy classes walked down from the Infant Campus to greet the Year 3s and begin to see what life will be like next year when they transition to the Junior Campus.

I don’t have the words to express how proud I am of the year three teachers, TAs and children. This is undoubtedly the best exit point for an IPC topic that I have ever had the pleasure to organise. Well done Y3 you are all amazing!

Mr Mike Martin, Year 3 Leader

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Year 3 IPC topic ‘Visual Representations’

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