Year 3 are turning into budding horticulturists! After receiving a letter from Mr Price, who was having trouble growing his tomato plants, we studied plant growth in order to be able to give him some advice! This generated much enthusiasm and discussion. We planned and carried out our own investigations, looked at […]
It has been lovely to have the children back in class and enthusiastic to learn again. This week we have been writing our own poems and have started to create an anthology which we hope to share with other classes. HOMEWORK is to find a poem they like and want […]
Well what a busy week we have all experienced. The BMX stunt assembly was greeted with great enthusiasm and wonder. This was followed by a visit from our county adviser on Wednesday, he was very impressed by the teaching and learning throughout the school, hurrah, we try our best. He […]
Dear Parents, First of all can we all say a huge huge thank you for all your generous gifts which will keep us in good cheer over Christmas. We made it to the end of term, hurrah! It has been lovely getting to know your children and we are looking […]
It’s been a busy few weeks in Year 3! In Science, we’ve been finding out about bones and skeletons. We’ve also been learning about earthquakes and volcanoes. The children produced an amazing variety of creations for their homework from PowerPoints and booklets to pictures and 3D models. This week, we’ve made […]
You may notice your children are somewhat sticky and excitable tonight. We had a wonderful day today making Stonehenge out of cake and buttercream. As you can imagine it wasn’t a quiet activity however it was very enjoyable and very tasty. Have a great holiday completing your own cookery homework.
Half term homework: Continue learning your times tables – practise the times tables you need to know for your level on Turbo Tables (Bronze – x2, x5, x10 Silver – x3, x4 Gold – x3, x4, x6, x8) Practise your spellings Maths Practical Homework: Choose a recipe. Work out […]
This week, we had great fun testing the durability and permeability of rocks. Why you may ask? Mrs Arnold set us a task to find the best rocks for roofs, statues and playgrounds. We approached this problem with great enthusiasm! Mrs Arnold was very impressed.
Last week, Year 3 went back in time with a trip to Celtic Harmony camp. We made and dyed bracelets, ground wheat to make bread, listened to traditional stories whilst sitting inside a round house, and even wove trousers for the Celtic chief! It was great fun finding out more […]
Year 3 have had a great start to the year. They’ve been introduced to their new friends Horace, Henrietta and Uncle Bert (ask a member of Year 3 to find out more!). In Science we’ve been learning about different types of rock. We even made our own chocolate igneous and […]