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Brooke Primary

Voluntary Controlled Church Of England School


High Green, Norwich, Norfolk, NR15 1HP

01508 550419


Year 3

Is taught by Miss Wilkinson.

Welcome to Otters page! 


We have absolutely loved being back at school! We have been super busy getting stuck into Hockey at the field in Brooke. On Friday we had the opportunity to explore the woodland where we looked at some features of the Stone Age period. We made mud fossils, we painted with natural berries we found in the woods, made some structures for living in, made tools to help and learnt how to whittle. 



In class we have been super busy learning about the BIG BANG! We have been painting and displaying our learning in our new learning journals. 


This week Otters class have been learning about different types of rock. We explored how igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rock is made through the process of the rock cycle. We got our hands a little messy on Friday when we used chocolate to make sedimentary and metamorphic rocks. We absolutely loved it!! 

Next week, we will be investigating fossils... 

Otters have been working incredibly hard over the last week with their adventure stories where they travelled back in time to the Stone Age. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I did! 

We have had the best week in Otters!! We've been really busy exploring and learning about Notting Hill Carnival, we tried chicken curry, rice and peas, plantain and dumplings. We made some masks ready for our carnival parade, we learnt how to play some Caribbean music on the drums, we learnt Soka dancing and learnt all about Claudia Jones who was the founder of Notting Hill Carnival. 

We have been celebrating Diwali! Check out our awesome learning journal pages. 

Otters have spent the last few days exploring and learning about World War 2. On Thursday 11th November we made our very own blackout poetry for Remembrance Day based on the poem In Flanders Fields by John McCrae. 

We have been learning about the black poppy and why we lay different coloured poppy wreaths on Remembrance Day. Our black poppy wreath can be found down at St Peter's Church. Otters explored the journey that Sam King, Winston Murphy, Victor Brown and Jake Jacobs took back in 1944 to serve as soldiers in WW2.