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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

 

Welcome to the Year 3 page 2018-2019. We hope you have had a fantastic summer break and are ready for all the exciting learning ahead!

Staffing team for Year 3

Mrs Bernal (Turner Class)

Mrs Phillips/Miss Jewitt (Constable Class)

Mrs Parker (Learning Lodge 1)

Mr Taylor (Teaching Assistant)

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Important days for Year 3

 

P.E

Our PE days are Tuesday and Wednesday. Please ensure your child has their full PE kit, jogging bottoms, shorts and a jumper (with no hood or zips), as well as appropriate trainers at school every day. Please note: if girls are wearing tights, please bring socks.

 

Swimming

Turner class will be swimming every Monday, starting 10th September 2018. Please ensure girls have a swimming hat if they have long hair, a one piece costume, a towel, and goggles are optional. Boys should have a swimming hat if they have long hair, swimming trunks above the knee, towel, and goggles are optional. No deodorant, shampoo and skin products allowed. All jewellery must be removed. (Please be aware that all earrings are to be taken out before school on Monday). Please make sure swimming kit is in a separate bag.

 

 

During this term our Topic focus is Gateways to the World and in Science children will be learning about Forces and Magnets. In English we start with a Take 1 Book unit on Voices in the Park by Anthony Browne and in Maths we will begin by covering Place value and calculation skills.

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Last Day of Yr 3! Today is our last day in Year 3. We have have had a lovely year filled with such fabulous memories. We wish everyone good luck for next year!

Last Day of Yr 3! Today is our last day in Year 3. We have have had a lovely year filled with such fabulous memories. We wish everyone good luck for next year!  1
Last Day of Yr 3! Today is our last day in Year 3. We have have had a lovely year filled with such fabulous memories. We wish everyone good luck for next year!  2

Summer Term-In topic, we have been making our own stoneage pots. We have had to think about the colour, design and shape! We are very proud of all our pots!

Friday 15th June 2018

 

On Friday , it was Eid  in the Islam religion. To celebrate, one member of Constable brought in special sweets. We all tried them and enjoyed them. 

13th June 2018

Year 3 Sleepover!

 

We are very excited to announce that we are going to be holding a Year 3 Sleepover on Friday 6th July 2018. This has been a great event in the past and will be a lovely evening to have!

 

Children to arrive at School at 5:30pm on Friday 6th July 2018

Children should bring:

-sleeping bad/small duvet

-pillow

-something to sleep on

-cuddly toy to sleep with

-toothbrush

-PJs

-Spare change of clothes 

 

Please pick children up at 9am on the Saturday. 

 

Any queries please speak to Miss Ruprai or  Miss Williams

 

14th May 2018- English performing poems

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As part of our unit in English called 'Take One Poet, we have been learning all about a poet called Roger McGough. We listened to different his poem called 'Poetry Pie' and looked at different versions of people retelling the poem. Here are some children performing their poems. We hope you enjoy!

Week Commencing 30th April

In Constable English, we have been learning about adventure stories. We have been exploring the book called 'Journey'. 

This is a strange picture book as it has no words and has really motivated us with our learning. Below are some pictures of our English learning. 

 

English Turner Monday 30th April

In English we have been inferring characters feelings when faced with a moral dilemma.

Friday 27th April- Retelling cave paintings using drama

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Friday 27th April- Retelling cave paintings using drama 5
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PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.   We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in.

PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 1
PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 2
PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 3
PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 4
PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 5
PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 6
PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 7
PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 8
PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 9
PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 10
PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 11
PSHE - Smoking Tuesday 24th April    Turner class have been learning about the affects of smoking.      We used balloons to represent our lungs and discussed how they work. We demonstrated the difference in the lungs when air and smoke are being taken in. 12

Monday 19th March

 

Cross Curricular Art and The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe

 

As part of our Cross Curricular Days we have completed an imaginative paintings in the style of Kandinsky, Monet and Edvard Munch. 

 

 

          

 

           

 

 

 

 

French Singing!

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Thursday 15th March 2018
In French, we have learnt 'Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes' in French! Here is a clip of us singing it and doing the actions!

Wednesday 15th March 2018

In Science, we looked at the different parts in a flower. We dissected a flower and decided where each part goes

Year 3 Science Turner Class

 

We have been carrying out experiments as part of our Science Unit about plants.

 

How much water do plants need to grow well?

 

We planted sunflower seeds to find out.  We observed them over two weeks and found the seeds that were watered twice a week with 30ml did not grow and the ones that were watered once a week did grow.  This showed us that watering plants too much does not help them to grow. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 9th March- As part of our Topic learning, we have been learning all about past life in Pompeii. We were treated to a Pompeii Picnic to help us understand what the food was like in those days.

Friday 9th March- As part of our Topic learning, we have been learning all about past life in Pompeii. We were treated to a Pompeii Picnic to help us understand what the food was like in those days.  1
Friday 9th March- As part of our Topic learning, we have been learning all about past life in Pompeii. We were treated to a Pompeii Picnic to help us understand what the food was like in those days.  2
Friday 9th March- As part of our Topic learning, we have been learning all about past life in Pompeii. We were treated to a Pompeii Picnic to help us understand what the food was like in those days.  3

Thursday 8th March 2018

In Maths, we have been learning about positions and turns. We took our maths learning outdoors and followed Miss Williams' instructions which we had to copy. Here are some pictures of our maths learning:

Wednesday 7th March 2018

In Science, we have been learning all about plants. We have planted sunflower seeds so we can learn and understand what we need to do

in order for them to grow. Here are some pictures of our plants:

School Values Afternoon - Year 3 & Year 6 (06.03.18)

Year 3 and Year 6 joined forces to complete their School Values tasks. 

 

They completed poems about how they are either: 

Responsible

Determined

Successful. 

Monday 28th February 2018

In Constable Maths, we went on a 3-D shape hunt to look for 3-D shapes in the classroom. 

We had a great discussion about the 3-D properties and the key vocabulary used to describe 3-D shapes. 

 

Thursday 23rd November 2017

Cross Curricular Day

Crime Challenge!

 

On Wednesday and Thursday, we all took part in a cross curricular day! We got told them someone had stolen the round diamond and it was our jobs to find out who stole it! We took part in lots of different learning. As part of our English learning, we visited the crime scene to help us write a crime report. Have a look at some of our pictures of us at the crime scene!

 

Thursday 16th November 2017

Turner - Topic Lesson

 

For the past couple of weeks in Turner we have been considering the Environmental Impacts of air travel on the environment.

 

We discussed what a new runway at Heathrow would mean to surrounding communities and areas.

 

We designed placards, wrote on a chant and staged a protest against the airport expansion.

 

 


 

 

 

 

Wednesday 14th November 2017

Year 3 Open Afternoon

 

Turner and Constable hosted a fantastic open afternoon.

We showed our parents our great recorder playing. Thank you for all the parents who came. 

 

Monday 13th November 2017

Our current RE topic is learning all about Islam. We we so fortunate enough that three members of Constable Class brought in traditional Islam dress, a prayer mat and the Quran. Thank you to those children, it really helped us with our learning!

Here is a picture below of the children showing their pieces from home. 

Monday 6th November 2017

LI: To conduct an experiment 

SC:

*fair testing

*conclusion

*accurate results

 

In Constable class, we have been conducting an experiment . We were finding out the question: 'What shoe has the best grip?'

We used a ramp and a newton meter to measure how much grip each shoe has. Here are some pictures of our experiment:

Values Afternoon with Monet Class

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On Thursday 12th October Turner and Monet got together to think about how we show Our School Values.
We voted for who in our class we felt embodied our Values most.
RESPONSIBLE - Holly Burgess
DETERMINED - Darcy Umney
SUCCESSFUL - Tyrell Farrelly
But there were many examples of all children displaying our School Values

3rd October 2017 In our maths learning this week, we have started to learn all about measuring. We had to make sure we accurately measured different objects in the classroom. We then had to decide if we should use a metre stick or a ruler. Some of us even measured each other! 

3rd October 2017 In our maths learning this week, we have started to learn all about measuring. We had to make sure we accurately measured different objects in the classroom. We then had to decide if we should use a metre stick or a ruler. Some of us even measured each other!  1
3rd October 2017 In our maths learning this week, we have started to learn all about measuring. We had to make sure we accurately measured different objects in the classroom. We then had to decide if we should use a metre stick or a ruler. Some of us even measured each other!  2
3rd October 2017 In our maths learning this week, we have started to learn all about measuring. We had to make sure we accurately measured different objects in the classroom. We then had to decide if we should use a metre stick or a ruler. Some of us even measured each other!  3
3rd October 2017 In our maths learning this week, we have started to learn all about measuring. We had to make sure we accurately measured different objects in the classroom. We then had to decide if we should use a metre stick or a ruler. Some of us even measured each other!  4
3rd October 2017 In our maths learning this week, we have started to learn all about measuring. We had to make sure we accurately measured different objects in the classroom. We then had to decide if we should use a metre stick or a ruler. Some of us even measured each other!  5
3rd October 2017 In our maths learning this week, we have started to learn all about measuring. We had to make sure we accurately measured different objects in the classroom. We then had to decide if we should use a metre stick or a ruler. Some of us even measured each other!  6
3rd October 2017 In our maths learning this week, we have started to learn all about measuring. We had to make sure we accurately measured different objects in the classroom. We then had to decide if we should use a metre stick or a ruler. Some of us even measured each other!  7
3rd October 2017 In our maths learning this week, we have started to learn all about measuring. We had to make sure we accurately measured different objects in the classroom. We then had to decide if we should use a metre stick or a ruler. Some of us even measured each other!  8

2nd October 2017

 

In Constable, we have been learning all about Islam. Today, we were learning all about Mosques. We used playdough to make Mosques, incorporating all of the features Mosques have. 

 


First week back

All children have had a successful first week in Year 3 getting used to new things and catching up with their friends. 

Over the coming week we are going to continue to investigate place value and ordering of numbers in Maths.

In English, we are going to study a book in great detail for the next two week, it's a big favourite in my house so I'm sure the children will enjoy it. 

In both Topic and Science now we know what the children already understand we are going to start the learning properly.

So we are in for another busy week. 

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Turner 05/09/17

Constable 05/09/17

2016-2017

Welcome to Year 3!

Keep looking back to see some of the fantastic learning we have been doing and helpful resources.

Michael Rosen Poetry Performance

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This week in English, Mr Paice's class have been exploring the poems of Michael Rosen. This week the children selected a poem, learnt them off by heart and performed them for the class. Here are a selection for you to Enjoy. If you would like to find out more about Michael Rosen visit his website - www.michaelrosen.co.uk

Year 3 sleep over - 7th July 2017

The Year 3's had an enjoyable time at the sleep over this year.  They really enjoyed the Pizza and chips as well as their surprise - a Bouncy Castle!

After dinner they snuggled down to watch 'Sing' before going to sleep.  Thank you to all the children for their fantastic behaviour and all the staff who helped either preparing the event or who slept at school over night.

Open afternoon - 28th June 2017

 

Thank you to all the parents and family who attended the Year 3 open afternoon this week.  We were very impressed and greatful for the fantastic support.  We hope you enjoyed the activities and that you went away feeling like you have learnt something yourselves!  The children really do enjoy sharing their learning with you on these occasions.

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The big debate - 15.06.2017

This week Mr Paice's English group have been researching and planning for a debate. They chose to debate the following statement: Children should be allowed to wear their own cloths in School.  They were put into a 'for' group and an 'against' group. Today they help the debate. They presented their research well and came up with some imaginative arguments to support their side.  Why not ask you child what they think about the subject?

Post-It note planning - Mr Paice's English class (11.05.2017)

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Here are Tomi and Aubrey planning their adventure story using Post-it note planning. Post-it note planning allows the children to be flexible with their ideas and move them around until the fit the sequence. It frees the children to work outwards from a key idea/plot point to create a well structured story.

 

When they are happy, they commit their ideas to the planning frame.

 

"I like Post-it note planning because it is fun. If I don't like idea I can get rid of the post-it note and start again." Amy M

 

"You can write all of your ideas down and see if it makes sense. If it does you can write it on the paper!" Aubrey M

 

"If you think the build-up is actually a problem you can move it to get it in the right place!" Parv G

 

"If you want you can start from any point of the story and then you can work your way out from there." Alannis T

Constable Class singing in French - 25.04.2017

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Constable Class combined our Science, French and Music learning to present head, shoulders, knees and toes in French.

Letters from another country - 20.04.2017

In English this week, the children have been responding to letters that were posted to them from some children in Vietnam. The children have been very excited to receive the letters and they have completed their responses.  The letter will be posted back to the School in Vietnam where the children are eagerly awaiting their replies. 

Attached are the resent reading test booklet and answer booklet. These are good examples of the sorts of questions you could be asking your children when they are reading at home. Although the children completed this test in school you may wish to go through some aspects with them over the Easter break.

Science Week 13th - 19th March 2017

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This week we have been celebrating British Science Week. On Wednesday afternoon, years 3 and 4 had a special Science afternoon where the children got to try 4 different Science investigations.  They looked at changing states, light and Shadows, chemical reactions and solids, liquids and gasses.

 

The children had lots of fun exploring the different science areas. All the investigations linked to areas in the Science curriculum. There is also a competition running this week for the children who need to create an invention that will change the world for the better. Keep an eye out for our winners!

10. 3. 2017 Problem Solving

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We have been solving problems in our maths learning.

Music: Notes on the stave - 09.03.2017

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In recorders we are beginning to read the notes from the stave. Here is a handy photo to help the children remember the different note names and positions.

World Book Day 2017 in Turner Class

Earthquake drill - Tuesday 28th February 2017

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This afternoon, Constable class were learning about Earthquakes. We explored what you should do to keep safe during an Earthquake and had an 'Earthquake Drill'. Then we made infomercials explaining what you should do in an Earthquake.

Attendance cup winners - Well done Constable! (10.02.2017)

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Exploring Tanka's with Mr Paice - 2nd February 2017

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As part of our on going poetry learning, Mr Paice's English group were investigating the features of a Tanka.

 

We discovered a Tanka has 5 line, it has a syllabic structure of 5,7,5,7,7 and is about nature. 

 

We have also been looking at Haikus and next we we will be exploring Kenning's poems.

Reading music - 19.01.2017

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In recorders we have been working on reading musical notation. Here the children are playing and reading a song with the notes A and B in.

Creating Our English Display (18.01.2017)

Handwriting in Escher (17.01.2017)

Problem Solving using money

Problem Solving using money 1 We were following clues to arrange our money.
Problem Solving using money 2 We had to arrange our coins in the correct order.
Problem Solving using money 3 We had to work collaboratively.
Problem Solving using money 4 We had to justify our decisions

Nursery Crimes - Mr B. B. Wolf (12.01.2017)

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Mr. B. B. Wolf visited year 3 today to share his version of events in relation to the three little pigs. The children became journalists and asked roving questions in order to find out what really happened on that day. They will use the answers to tell the true story of the Three Little Pigs.

Our first attempt at reading music from the stave. (12.01.2017)

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Thesaurus Challenge

Money Song

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In Escher we have been learning about money. This song helps us to remember which coins we have in the UK.

Escher Elf Learning Journey

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Escher Elf made us a special book of his learning journey with us. We will display it in the school foyer so that all our friends and family can share in our learning.

Crackers!

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Escher Elf left us a parting gift!

Crackers!

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Escher Elf left us a parting gift!

Escher Elf's final letter

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Escher Elf has left his last letter for the year.

Escher Elf's final letter...

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Escher Elf has left us his final letter for this year.

Escher Elf's Last Day

Santa's Workshop, word problems

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Santa's Workshop, word problems 2
Santa's Workshop, word problems 3

Santa's Workshop, word problems

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Escher Elf has asked for help completing a variety of mathematical word problems...

Escher Elf, what are you doing up there?

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Mrs Phillips gets 1/16 of cake!

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The children wanted to share their learning (and yule log) with Mrs Phillips

Christmas Limericks

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The children have been writing and performing their own Elf themed limericks for Escher Elf, we hope he likes them!

Escher Elf brings a book...

Escher Elf writes again...

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Today the children found that Escher Elf had made them a special book to keep their Elf Reports and other Elf learning in!

Escher Elf has left us something to help us learn about fractions...

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Escher Elf has left a rather delicious festive treat to help us learn about fractions.

Escher Elf writes a letter...

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Escher Elf has asked the children to think about their Perfectly Presented skills when they write their daily Elf Report.

Escher Elf writes a letter...

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Christmas Tree maths vocabulary

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The children thought about their maths learning to describe their Christmas tree using mathematical vocabulary. How many mathematical terms can you hear them use?

Escher Elf's theme tune!

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The children in Escher have been so excited to meet their elf that they have even developed his very own them tune...

What's in a name?

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Once our elf had arrived we knew he needed a name. The children have decided on a name that is very important to them...

Surprise!

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Escher has a very special visitor... the children were VERY surprised to see him this morning!

Surprise!

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Escher gets a very special visitor.....

Thesaurus Skills

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In Escher during SPaG time we have been exploring how to use a thesaurus.

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We have been sharing some of our home learning projects.

We have been sharing the peg planes that we made with our parents on our topic open afternoon.

Maths in the picture

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In Escher we have been looking at pictures and discussing the maths that we can see. This picture helped us to think about our learning on 2D and 3D shape.

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Year 3 Home learning - 24th November 2016

This week, Year 3 have been sharing their fantastic home learning. We were really impressed with the variety of projects we have seen. We can tell that much care and attention to detail has been taken in producing the projects. We hope you enjoyed the family learning experience.

Learning from Escher - 10th November 2016

Here is some of the fantastic learning that has taken place in Escher this term.  The children have been working very hard in all aspects of their learning and they are very proud of their achievements! Well done!

Year 3 Fables - 3rd November 2016

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This week we have been exploring fables. Today we followed in the tradition of oral story telling to present our favourite fables to the class. Here are some examples that we wanted to share.

Getting in a spin!

Getting in a spin! 1 Year 3 have been learning about air resistance!
Getting in a spin! 2 Year 3 have been learning about air resistance!
Getting in a spin! 3 Year 3 have been learning about air resistance!

Escher with Playdough Disco

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Rain is falling down

Following verbal instructions

Year 3 singing

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Here are some of the activities from our singing lesson today. We hope you enjoy the song!

Times tables

Take a look at this helpful times table resource recommended by Miss Jewitt.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L2wBEDDiCzQ

Welcome back!

We are very excited to welcome you all back after the Summer break. We have lots of exciting learning planned and look forward to hearing all about your summer holidays.

Key things to remember:

- Both classes will have P.E on a THURSDAY.

- Recorders will also be a Thursday, you can purchase your recorder from the office.

- Snack will need to be provided, this should be healthy option such as fruit or a cereal bar.

- Constable class will be swimming until February half term. This will happen on a Monday.

If you have any questions or wish to speak to us we will be happy to make an appointment to discuss this with you further.

Year 3 at the Music festival

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Here is Year 3, lead by Kadee and Matthew, singing Oh-a-lay-lay.

Here is a snippet of today's maths starter actvity.

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The children were given a calculation to start from and then they had to record what other calculations they could work out from this information. The responses included using the inverse and exploring the effect of adding place holders to the numbers either side of the operation.

Here is Miss Dove supporting the children with their learning

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Ms Landau helping a group in the maths lessons today.

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The EU Referendum

The EU Referendum 1 Constable class at the Polling station

Following on from our learning about the EU referendum, Constable class took a trip to see what a Polling station was like. They had the chance to see the voting booths and ask questions to the people who manned the Polling stations.

 

Here is what they had to say:

 

"I liked the fact it showed you what to do." 

 

"I liked seeing the booths. It helped me understand how you vote without others seeing."

 

"I thought the visit was really interesting - I didn't know you put your vote into a box!"

 

"I found it interesting how they crossed your name off the list when you vote."

 

 

The Constable Class EU referendum debate

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Here is a clip from our class debate on the EU referendum. The class votes and the 'Remain Campaign' won the vote.

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Year 3 French Take 1

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Year 3 French Take 2

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YEAR 3 FRENCH Take 3

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EU referendum.

 

Over the coming weeks we will be focusing our English learning around the EU referendum. Please take time to talk to your children about this historic vote. As we will be using the referendum as a stimulus for persuasive writing please try to watch some of the T.V debates with your children over the next week.

Stonehenge challenge - we used different materials to recreate Stonehenge.

Stone Age Art work from year 3.

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Scara Brea

 

This week year 3 presented some news reports about the discovery of Scara Brea, a Stone Age village in Scotland.  We also look at a reading comprehension about the site.

 

Welcome back!

 

This half term we will be writing adventure stories in English. To begin this unit of writing we are reading the "HodgeHeg" by Dick King-Smith. Why not ask your child about what has happened in the story so far?

 

In topic we are looking at the Stone Age through to the Iron Age. So far we have been stranded in the Stone age and have had to learn how to survive!

 

Miss Millard and Mr Paice

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