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Year 3

Opal Class
Class Teacher: Miss Huggens
Teaching Assistant:Miss Hornett

Pearl Class
Class Teacher: Mrs Beechinor
 

Diamond Class
Class Teacher: Mrs Daniels and Mrs Taylor
Teaching Assistant:Mrs Nwokenna

 

Curriculum Information  

Parent Guide

 

If you have any queries, please contact the Class Teacher.

Year 3 Cirriculum Term 2

Year 3 Cirriculum Term 3 

Year 3 Curriculum Term 4

Term 3

We have been busy! We’ve been exploring plants in science, interpreting data in mathematics, writing our own character descriptions in English and learning all about natural disasters. We have been organising our own ideas for our Year 3 assembly and are looking forward to showing everyone what we have been learning about.

 









 

We dissected plants to see what we could find. 

We made sure we conducted a safe experiment. 










 

We named parts of the plants and learned about each part. 

We identified tiny parts inside the plants. 


 







 

We worked as a team using our problem solving skills. 

We looked at what resilience means too! 


 






 

We have been making our own bread and pizza in food technology.

We were cutting our food using the bridge cut and claw cat.

Term 2

 

In Year 3 we have been busy designing and making our own Iron Age coins! We’re rich!

We also made some explosive poetry fireworks!

Yes, Christmas is coming! We’ve been making our school decorations!

We were writing news reports in our classes about the Iron Man’s great escape. Florence took it a step further and printed her own news article. Brilliant!

Term 1

Term 1

In Term 1 we have been learning about what life was like in the Stone Age! It wasn’t as nice as it sounds; it was hard work hunting and gathering food, it was very cold and it was also a dangerous game trying to catch a mammoth!

In maths we have been looking at place value, addition and subtraction using lots of practical resources and recording using the column method.  

In English we have written our own stories of falling down, down, down… Into our own imaginative

 Worlds.

Exploring magnets has been fun in science and we have been learning how to collect results and write up an investigation.

Here are some photos of us having lots of fun whilst learning:

 

We made our own Stone Age tools!

Then… We went hunting!

We became scientists and investigated magnets.

Look at our Stone Age tools!

 

Have a great break and we will see you back on Monday 28th October 2019.

Thank you for your ongoing support.

Miss Huggens, Ms Daniells, Mr Kitney, Mrs Beechinor