Year 3


The Stone Age

Class Three were delighted to welcome Mr Briggs back into the classroom. Mr Briggs came and told us all about fossilisation and Stone Age tools. He also brought in an abundance of fossils and Stone Age tools for the class to explore and discuss. It was a fun filled afternoon and the children were…

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 30 November 2018

A herd of woolly mammoths

This week class three have created their own herd of woolly mammoths. In English, we are focusing on instructional writing. We had to follow a set of instructions - how to make a model woolly mammoth. After the children made their woolly mammoths, it was wonderful to see them annotating their set…

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 22 November 2018

Instructional Language Task

As part of their English work, the children were given the task of using instructional language in their groups to talk through how to wash some dirty toys. It was amazing how many children were using imperative verbs, adverbs and expanded noun phrases in their sentences.

 

 

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 11 November 2018

Remembrance Day

This week class three have been learning all about remembrance day and the significance of poppies. We spent the afternoon creating glue and chalk pastels poppy pictures. Please feel free to come and see their final pieces on display in our classroom. 

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 7 November 2018

SITE Launch Day

It was lovely to welcome Mr Rothery to launch our new SITE project: to use natural materials to create a stone age shelter. The children all gained some fantastic ideas about the resources to use and how to make an effective and efficient stone age shelter. We then used these ideas, to make our…

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 6 November 2018

Topic Exit Day

Class Three have been learning all about the United Kingdom as part of our topic lessons. We were super excited on the exit day of topic, as we went outside and took on the challenge of using natural resources to make a map of the UK. It was brilliant to see collaborative working and team…

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 26 October 2018

Magnetic Games

This half term, we have been learning about magnets and forces. The children then used this learning to create a magnetic game for the children in Class R. It was lovely to see Class Three showing Class R their finished magnetic game and explaining how to play it. 

 

 

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 24 October 2018

Class Three Collage Making

This half term Class Three have been learning all about how to make collages. We have also studied and annotated the two artists Megan Coyle and Eileen Doyles as inspiration. 

 

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 22 October 2018

Harvest Festival

It was lovely to celebrate the Harvest Festival as a whole school assembly. Well done to the Class 3 readers that took part. 

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 16 October 2018

Maths No Pens Day

Class 3 had a wonderful day on No Pens Day doing their curriculum in creative ways. The tricky maths puzzle that introduced the new addition and subtraction topic was a huge success. We loved the practical approach towards working out the calculation sentences. 

 

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 3 October 2018

Fabulous English Work

Class Three have been working extremely hard in their English, using the Tin Forest book to aid their writing. This week the children have been learning and working on some new conjunctions (but, or, yet and so) for their writing. I can't wait to see how this will improve our final Tin Forest…

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 30 September 2018

Our Reading Corner

Class Three have settled into their new classroom and are loving their new exciting reading corner. This year, the chosen reading corner theme is a Hawaiian reading hut. Children spend time in the reading hut immersing themselves in the wide range of books from the school library. 

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Posted by Miss Beaumont on 18 September 2018