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Year 3 Curriculum Overview

Year 3 Ancient Egyptian Exhibition 27th March 2018

 

The children had been working really hard to prepare for our Ancient Egyptian exhibition so it was lovely to see so many parents attending - thank you! The homework produced by the children was exceptional and they were so proud to show off their hard work. Much of the work from school and home is now prominently displayed in school for all to see!

 

 

Year 3 English Open Morning 22nd February 2018

 

The children were joined by some parents for an English lesson today. We read a book called ‘How to Live Forever’ by Colin Thompson. The classes then discussed and debated the advantages and disadvantages of growing old! The parents joined in with the debate and gave their own thoughts and opinions. A great morning’s learning for all!

 

Here are some of the comments from our parents:

 

Year 3 Christmas Sing-a-long 7th December 2017

 

We got into the Christmas spirit with our annual Christmas sing-a-long nativity play. They children performed and sang beautifully and looked fabulous in their costumes! They had practiced hard and really pulled it out of the bag on the day - there may have been one or two tears of pride in the audience!

 

Year 3 Maths Open Morning 21st November 2017

 

Parents of year 3 children were invited into the classroom for a maths lesson. They joined in with enthusiasm (and even a little bit of competiveness!) The children worked through a problem trying to find as many ways of making half of a shape as they could, working on resilience, problem solving skills and teamwork.

 

Here are some of the comments made by parents following the lesson:

 

 

Year 3 Iron Age Workshop 2nd October 2017

 

Our Iron Age workshop was a huge success! Thank you to all of the parents for helping by provided brilliant costumes for the children, they looked fantastic! Year 3 learnt a huge amount about the Iron Age and handled artefacts from the period. In the afternoon, the children learnt warrior techniques and decorated a spear and shield.

 


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