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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

 

 

The teacher in Class 7 is Mrs Turner.

The teachers in Class 8 are Mrs Howell and Mrs Laing and Mr Rae will support both classes.

Please do not hesitate to speak to any of us regarding the learning or well being of your child. We look forward to working together over the coming year.

P.E Days.

In Spring 2 the P.E days have changed!

Class 7 - Mondays.

Class 8 - Tuesdays.

 

All children will need their P.E kit on these days. This will include a white t-shirt, black shorts and black P.E pumps. No earrings and jewellery should be worn, thank you.

Autumn 1

We all worked really hard finding out about the Ancient Egyptians!

We conducted our own research and worked in groups to make our own Shaduf!

Did you know that Tutankhamun became king at the age of 9?

 

We created some great pieces of homework too!

 

Well done Year 3!

Autumn 2

Around the World!

 

We have been learning this half term about the many different countries in the World.

We have learnt about the different climates of countries and the types of animals that live in these countries.

We have looked at the different ways of travelling to reach these countries.

 

Which country would you like to visit?

How would you travel there?

 

We have created our own travel booklets and thought about what we would need to go on an adventure.

Look at some of our homework - we had to create a famous landmark. Can you guess what they are?

Look at some of our homework - we had to create a famous landmark. Can you guess what they are? 1
Look at some of our homework - we had to create a famous landmark. Can you guess what they are? 2
Look at some of our homework - we had to create a famous landmark. Can you guess what they are? 3
Look at some of our homework - we had to create a famous landmark. Can you guess what they are? 4

Spring 1

This half term our topic is - Anglo Saxons.

We are going to learn about who they were, what they did and how they lived. We encourage children to find out information at home, so they can share what they have found out with their friends.

 

Would you invite a Saxon for tea?

As a class we have been researching the types of food that Saxons would have eaten. We then made a flapjack using oats, honey, butter, raisins and cinnamon. We worked together measuring and combining the ingredients.

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We then sat round in a circle, imagining we were in the Great Hall listening to a traditional Saxon story, eating our flapjack. We even had the campfire lit to keep us warm!

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Well done to all the children that created some fantastic DT homework of an Anglo Saxon hut!

Well done to all the children that created some fantastic DT homework of an Anglo Saxon hut! 1
Well done to all the children that created some fantastic DT homework of an Anglo Saxon hut! 2
Well done to all the children that created some fantastic DT homework of an Anglo Saxon hut! 3
Well done to all the children that created some fantastic DT homework of an Anglo Saxon hut! 4

We had a fantastic trip the Sheffield Wednesday Football ground. It was a bright, sunny day and we got to see lots of things. We went and sat on the South stand and the Cop. We even had the chance to visit the changing rooms! We all really enjoyed it! 

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