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: ‘Roots and Shoots’, Extreme Earth’, ‘Mighty Metals’, ‘Stone Age – Tribal Tales’, ‘Predator’ and ‘Groovy Greeks’.
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. It is expected that children read at least 3 times a week at home.
Please ensure PE kits and water bottles are in school.
Mr Rich and Mrs Comins and the children promise to work hard, so that we are all able to be the best we can be!
Keep checking out our page to see what we get up to!
Year 3 have really enjoyed being biscuitologists studying the science of biscuits. They have undertaken various tasks such as: classifing biscuits using observable features, answering the question 'Are Hobnobs the ‘Royal Marines’ of biscuits? Would they beat the Rich tea biscuits for dunkability?', testing out which biscuit snaps the...
Magna Science Adventure Centre
Year 3 had a really fun day at the Magna Science Adventure Centre. They enjoyed getting hands on with all the interactive displays whilst learning at the same time. The children explored the 4 elements of fire, air, water and earth. The children also took part in a volcano workshop, where...
Healthy biscuits and muffins
Year 3 enjoyed designing new healthy snacks and then making fruit biscuits and blueberry muffins. They also really enjoyed tasting what they had made.
ROOTS and SHOOTS topic launch
To launch our topic of ‘Roots and Shoots’ Year 3 looked at the artist Andy Goldsworthy. Andy Goldsworthy is an environmental artist. This means that he creates art using materials from the natural environment. Take a look at the children’s inspired pieces. Year 3 showed great enthusiasm and...
Year 2 Word Wall
https://play.spellingshed.com/ Dear Parent / Carer, Abbey Gates would like your child to use the Spelling Shed system as part of their school work. The Spelling Shed helps children to practise spelling via a simple game. The game gives four different degrees of support in the form of difficulty...
JWS Multi skills festival
Last week we visited Joseph Whitaker school for a multi skills festival. We practised our balancing skills, ball skills and team game skills. Lots of fun was had by all!
During "Welly Wednesday" we collected leaves and made masks for nature heroes. We looked online to explore the nature trust and find out about how they protect our environment and our wildlife.
We launched our topic with a superhero dress up day. We practised our skills on the iPad by taking pictures of each other in different superhero poses.