The Goblin next Door
An amazing dress rehearsal from all the children in Year 3 and Year 4
Stone Age cave artists.
Year 3 have been creating their own cave art display using all the skills they learned in their art lessons.
Year 3 and Year 4 Lego Workshop
The children had a fantastic , creative morning building with Lego. They used circuits to create light inside their finished models. They looked amazing.
Stone Age Workshop.
In our workshop today the children handled some interesting artefacts and investigated what they might have been used for. They asked lots of interesting questions about Stone Age food and they enjoyed the activities on animals found in the Stone Age.
World Book Day 2023
The Year 3 children looked fantastic dressed as book characters. Well done everyone.
In the afternoon, we had a great time in the school library taking part in a Book Scavenger Hunt.
Year 3 had a brilliant game of Quidditch today and enjoyed being involved in all the fun activities. The children were split into the 4 houses and earned points for hard work and great attitude. They even got to chase Mrs. Sanders
Calendars for 2023
Here are the calendars we have made.
Happy New Year everyone!
Festive fun and Christmas dinner
In our DT work we have been building bridges. The children have used design features from 3 different types of bridges to create their own design. We have investigated Beam, Suspension and Arch bridges and have included features such as decks , piles, pile bases, hangers, cables , towers and arches. They are brilliant.
Our Autumn 2 curriculum
Art and Design
Persuasive writing letters
Rocks and Soils
Digital media – creating a bridge image
Islam – Why is the prophet Muhammad an example for Muslims?
Net and Wall skills - Tennis
No DT this half term
Multiplication and Division
Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Safe relationships and Respecting ourselves
Mon corps – my body
E safety and presenting using a power point.
Times Tables Rock stars.
Black History Month
This week the children in Year 3 have been learning about Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955. The boycott helped initiate the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. Rosa refused to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Alabama bus in 1955. Her actions inspired the leaders of the local Black community to organise the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
The children have also learned about another bus boycott that happened in this country in Bristol in 1963. Racial discrimination was legal in Britain right up to the late 1960s. The Bristol Bus Boycott of 1963 was the nation’s first black-led campaign against it. It marked a new chapter in the struggle for racial equality in Bristol and the UK and led to the Race Relations Acts of 1965 and 1968. Two men, Paul Stephenson and Roy Hackett organised the peaceful but powerful boycott after a man called Guy Reid-Bailey went for an interview with the Bristol Omnibus Bus company but was turned away because he was a Black Jamaican. They were inspired by the actions of Rosa Parks 8 years earlier.
Welcome to Year 3 and brand new school year !
We have lots of new , exciting topics planned for this year and below is some information about what we will be learning in Year 3 this Autumn Half term.
Please remember to arrive at school on time as school starts promptly at 8:50am. Our doors open at 8:40am.
Our PE days are Wednesdays and Thursdays so children can come to school ready in their PE kits on those days.
We cannot wait to have all the children back into school and we look forward to meeting you all.
Welcome back !
Mrs Sanders and Mrs Hill and Mrs Milne and Mrs Kaur.
Below are some strategies for learning weekly spellings.
By the end of Year 3, children also need to be able to read, spell and understand the meaning of the words from the Year 3 Statutory word list.
No Nonsense Spellings strategies to support learning.
Year 3 Statutory word list.
Reading in Year 3
Thank you for all your hard work reading with your child in Year 2.
As children move into the Juniors and into Year 3 it is ever more important that they continue to read often and with an adult. As part of our homework policy we expect children to be reading regularly at home. If you have any questions on how best to support your child with home reading please come and see us.
Below is a link to a website that recommends age appropriate books for Year 3 children.