It has been a busy week in Year 3. The children are settling into routines and showing us how much they love learning. Amongst many other things, we have been exploring the text Stone Age Boy, thinking about maths strategies using the materials from the Week of Inspirational Maths and learning about
In our PE lesson today, Mr Owers asked the children to practise travelling and balancing in a range of ways. Everyone was very creative and we were impressed by the range of movements.
Continuing our treasure theme, the children created treasure island maps made from natural materials. Everyone worked fantastically as a team and we were impressed with the results- one group even had a water feature and an extension!
This morning Year 3 enjoyed trying a range of musical instruments with our brilliant peripatetic music teachers. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the sessions and the adults were all impressed by the musical abilities of the children. Recorders were also sent home today so that the children can practise
Year 3 have had a busy day; this morning was spent writing about the things, people and memories that we treasure and making treasure boxes. This afternoon we planned and drew our very own treasure islands. Later in the week, we will be writing stories about these islands. Here are a few photos: &nb
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