In Forest School today, we challenged the children to create a nest suitable for a bird. The children worked in small groups and had to try to meet three criteria; to hold a bird, to hold a weight (stone) and to be predator proof. They really impressed us by thinking carefully about their designs an
Happy Easter to all of the children and families in Year 3. We are not setting any homework over the holiday but make sure that you read lots, practise your times tables on TTRockstars, relax, spend time with your families and eat lots of chocolate!
Here are a few photos from this week. In addition, here is a link to the film about our Sport Relief afternoon which was so successfully organised by Year 3 and Year 6. https://quik.gopro.com/v/WbgeQQjIWv/
We made fraction walls using sticks in Forest School to support our understanding of equivalent fractions.
Year 3 have been learning how to use superlatives to make their writing more interesting. We learnt the grammar rules and then thought of some words to describe our friends as super heroes (using sticky notes). We shared our thoughts and then wrote some short sentences. Here are some photos of the p
We have had a very enjoyable day exploring the book, Bad Bunnies Magic Show. We wrote our own versions of the story, drew some fabulous wanted posters and began to make some flexagons. This afternoon, Tamsyn Murray delivered an assembly and then we buddied up with children from Y6 and Reception to s
This week we have been exploring the non-fiction book Lots by Marc Martin. We decided to create a page about London as part of our UK topic. As the pictures were created using different materials, we made mixed media cards so that we could understand the different effects that could be achieved. Nex
Today, we challenged the children to build a tower of twigs. They worked together to create some interesting structures.
Year 3 have been absolutely amazing this week. They impressed a number of visitors with their exceptional mathematical language at the beginning of this week and also made some fabulous junk models. This morning, each and every child stunned Mr Billing and me with their exceptional writing. This hal
Year 3 have been working hard over the last couple of weeks. We have been creating information leaflets about Potters Bar, learning how to multiply using formal methods and starting to use vocabulary to describe our families in French. Here are some photos of the class recreating the Union flag and