Welcome to Year 3
Hello and welcome to Year 3.
Year 3 is an exciting time for everyone as the journey through Key Stage 2 begins and the children really develop the skills of independent learning. We will, of course, be having lots of fun along the way.
Throughout the year we will be exploring many exciting, engaging and interesting cross-curricular topics which include: ‘Extreme Earth’, ‘It's All Greek to ME!’, ‘Stone Age Boy’, ‘Roots and Shoots’, and ‘Marvellous Mixtures’.
Some of the topics will have a Creative Homework project linked to them, giving the children the opportunity to showcase their interests, strengths and talents.
Regular reading at home, will reinforce the skills developed at school in order to ensure that children enjoy and understand the texts that they read.
Please ensure PE kits are in school all week. During the Spring term we enjoy getting active in our swimming lessons.
Mr Summers and Mrs Haywood and the children promise to work hard. So that we are able to be the best we can be!
Keep checking out our page to see what we get up to!
Year 2 loved learning to code using Star Wars
Year One visit Mansfield Museum
We had great fun going back in time to find out about how holidays at the seaside have changed over the years.
Year One Visit to St Peter’s Church
Year One had a busy morning exploring inside St Peter's Church. Rev Rattenbury showed us around and we even had a baptism.
Mini beast hunt
The children in year 1 spent a busy afternoon searching the school grounds for mini beasts. We created different habitats for them to live in.
Tennis at Caunton
Years 1 and 2 had a lovely time at Caunton learning a range of tennis skills. Watch out for one of us at Wimbledon in the future!
The Queen’s Birthday
We read 'The Queen's Knickers' and designed our own knickers for the Queen. We wrote her a letter to say which special event she could wear them to attend! We also made some collage Union Jacks and Royal Crowns.
Year 4 orally retelling the story of ‘No Dinner’ to Year 1
Year 4 have been working on their ability to orally retell a story using appropriate intonation, volume and movement so that meaning is clear and engaging. In order to help with this, the children turn our class book of 'No Dinner', by Jessica Souhami, into a story map and then used...
Bubbles and balloons
We loved investigating how bubbles and balloons move in the air.
Year 1 Making bridges.
Year 1 had a great time in the art studio designing and making bridges to help the Billy Goats Gruff.
year 1 loved taking part in the dance workshop today. They did lots of swirling, zooming and floating linked to our weather topic and the wind.