Welcome to Year 3!
Year 3 Science- Living things and their habitats
Year 3's Creative Task - Food Art
This week for our creative lesson we headed towards the kitchen. The task was to make a picture scene out of food!
Year 3 definitely got creative!
Year 3 Teachers Letters to Pupils
Our Year 3 teachers have all written a letter to their class to enjoy reading whilst they are at home. We hope this helps our Year 3 pupils to feel connected and to know that their teachers are always thinking of them and following all of the wonderful work that they are completing at home. They will get to read all about what their teachers have been doing too! We would welcome our pupils to write back to their teacher. If they would like to do this then a parent can email their letter to their class teacher. Enjoy!
Year 3 - Fractions
Year 3 - Freeze Frames
Year 3 - Measuring
Year 3 Displays
Our pupils love being part of a creative and imaginative school that brings learning to life.
Well done Year 3 for your amazing work and well done to our Year 3 teachers for their marvellous creations!
Year 3 Art Work
Year 3 Mock Elections
Year 3 Art Lesson
3RH have enjoyed mastering the techniques of shading and tone in their art lessons as an introduction to their new topic of Portraits.
Year 3 Christmas Performance - Lights, Camel, Action!... A Strictly Nativity
Year 3 receive mail from Ebrima
Year 3- ' Ug Boy'
Year 3 have been reading Ug, Boy Genius during our Power of Reading lessons. We have thoroughly enjoyed finding out more about the characters, Ug, Dug and Dugs. Ug is a great example of someone who continues to experiment with new ideas and tries his best to make changes which will help others. Year 3 have written persuasive speeches encouraging the Stone Age community to try out some of the ideas. They have encouraged Ug not to give up and to continue to work on his ideas as practise makes perfect!
In year 3, Autumn 2, we have been learning about differences and we looked at different scenarios that could cause conflict within families and how to solve them. We were taught how to use the Solve It Resolution model.
This model involves each person talking about their feelings in the situation, thinking about different solutions and agreeing a way forward.
We worked in groups on different scenarios and we learnt that it is important to listen to each other's feelings and ideas, and to come to an agreement that everyone is happy with.