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Spring Term

French colours 


We are so lucky in Class Three to have French every Monday afternoon. Mrs Nugent is a governor for our school and volunteers in Key Stage Two. She is a super and has taught us so much. We are currently learning about colours and are starting to speak in full sentences, which is amazing for year three. We really love our French lessons. 

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Fame comes to Class Three 


We had a very exciting day in Class Three on Wednesday when we had a special visitor. Rebecca Quarmby from 'That's Tv Humber' contacted Miss Ablett regarding the new reading cave in the classroom. She asked if she could visit the school and speak to the children of Class Three. It was so exciting! Class Three were very proud to show off their classroom and spoke so confidently to Rebecca. It was an amazing experiencing and one that we will all remember forever. 

The clip is available on Youtube if you wish to watch it. We have all watched it together and felt a bit funny seeing ourselves and our classroom on the big screen! 

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Sunshine in Spring 


To make the most of the unseasonal sunshine we took our writing outside yesterday. It was so lovely to work outside in the sunshine and it really inspired our creativity. We wrote some fantastic sentences, all trying to 'set the scene' of a sunny day. We hope the sun stays around for a bit longer, it puts us all in a super mood! 

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LEGO trip! 

On Friday we were very excited to go on our school visit to the Hull History Centre where there is currently a LEGO exhibition. We were not quite sure what to expect as we had only seen some photos of the exhibition. When we got to the History Centre we were very impressed. There were all different scenes made from LEGO, including volcanoes and castles. We spent time looking at the exhibition and then built with LEGO ourselves. Next we were shown some Victorian toys and then we got to play with them. This was so much fun! Miss Ablett is hoping to be able to buy us some of the toys for the classroom because we loved them so much. Then the most exciting part of any visit, lunchtime! We ate our lunch and then came back to school, where we played with LEGO for the rest of the afternoon. 

Class Three were absolutely fantastic on the trip and their behaviour was outstanding. Miss Ablett was so proud of every single one of them and the way they represented Hook school. 


Hook Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School, Garth Lane, Hook, Goole, United Kingdom, DN14 5NW