We have been very busy working hard since we returned to school. Here are a few photos from our week:
Dear Year 3 children and families, Thank you so very much for your kind words and gifts that you have so generously given this week. We have truly enjoyed teaching you all this term and have loved watching every single one of you grow both academically and socially. Here is a link to the short [&hel
We have been busy this week performing in the KS2 Christmas panto, learning how to eat mindfully and making decorations for our classroom. Here is a link to the mindful eating photos: https://quik.gopro.com/v/2KVl3zJ1TP/
Year 3 are using the book ‘How to wash a woolly mammoth’ by Michelle Robinson as part of our learning about instructions. This week, we have washed some model mammoths, learned about prepositions and imperative verbs, and made some model mammoths.
Year 3 having been learning about skeletons with Mrs Bramley. They met our resident skeleton Kenny and shared their knowledge of the human skeleton. In the following lesson, they learnt about animal skeletons and worked with their friends to classify them into different animal groups.
Year 3 have been practising how to look mindfully this week. We did some colour spotting in the classroom to warm up our eyes and then observed what happened when we dispersed some food colours in warm water; some very scientific discussions were held. We finished the session by carefully drawing so
Year 3 collected leaves this morning and used them to practise column addition skills. Great work!
Last half term, Herts Museum taught us about Stone Age Dwellings for people that travelled around. These were made from sticks and animal skins, and were easy to pack up and move around. This week, we have looked at the Neolithic site in the Orkney Islands, Scotland; Skara Brae. This has World Herit
Last Thursday, the children worked brilliantly together to make some superb dens. Everyone also worked as a team to tidy away the equipment. You can watch a short video/montage of photos here: https://quik.gopro.com/v/EEYxkdgzDq/
Year 3 practise their times tables most days using a short session called Magic 10. During these ten minutes, we sing along with Percy Parker and then write out the times tables using number sentences. Once we have finished, we write them out in reverse order and might also attempt a ‘going