Here is the letter that we sent home at the end of term giving some ideas for reading over the summer. Summer 2018 new Y3 We look forward to seeing you all in September and hope that you are enjoying a great break! Mrs Easey and Mrs Kilpatrick
To all of the children and families of Year 3, We would like to say thank you so very much for your many kind words and gifts at the end of term. We have all loved teaching you this year and enjoyed watching each and every one of you grown and develop as the year […]
Year 3 have created a number of artefacts during their Victorian topic lessons and wanted to share them with their families and classes across the school. They held a Great Exhibition last Monday. Here are a few photos:
Year 4 invited Year 3 to a book tasting to celebrate Empathy Day. Y4 shared a range of books which had excellent examples of empathy situations. Our class loved the experience and found a few new books to read. Thank you to Mr Ritson and Year 4 for inviting us!
This week we made some ‘Worry Monsters’ to help us when we are worried about something.
Year 3 have been exploring the work of Lewis Carroll with Mr Herbert as part of our Victorian topic. Here is a video of the class performing The Jabberwocky! What superstars! https://quik.gopro.com/v/l1vKYGr3FF/
Year 3 spent the afternoon in the sunshine using water colours to paint their nature drawing.
Year 3 were using bar modelling to solve word problems today. Here are a few photos:
In our Forest School session this week, we practised using different tools to complete a number of measuring challenges. We had to decide which tool was appropriate for each challenge: ruler, metre stick or trundle wheel. We then used the information that we collected to answer some maths questions.