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Year 3 Blog

Spring 2 Week 3 - Diverse Planet

This week Y3 have spent some time this week talking abut ‘our diverse planet’ which was the theme of British Science Week. We have researched how different animals adapt to different environments and created posters on this.

Spring 2 Week 3 - Diverse Planet

 


Parents Evening

Parents evening will take place on Tuesday 17th March and Wednesday 18th March.  Please make your appointment via the parent mail app or contact the school office.

Parents Evening

 


Spring 1 Blog

During this half term Year 3 learnt about the Ancient Egyptians. We have learnt about Ancient Egyptian life with a focus on why Pharos were so important to the Ancient Egyptian people.

Year 3 have completed a computing unit this half term where the children have had the opportunity to work on their skills in Microsoft word. They have learnt how to type, punctuate, insert pictures and text boxes. Their outcome was to create a comic strip of Charlie and the chocolate factory, our key text.

Children in Year 3 have also taken part in e-safety week this half term. They attended an assembly where we learnt about how to stay safe online. Children also produced a poster about how to be respectful online as well as learning about how to write an email.

In Science children have been learning about living organisms. We have looked at different food groups and different types of animals. Children have had the opportunity to investigate what animals eat and how scientists group animal into herbivores, carnivores and omnivores.

Spring 1 Blog

 


Spring 1 Week 5 - E-safety

This week Y3 produced some work linked to e-safety. We looked at our online identities, created a respect poster and answered agony aunt questions for problems that we could face online. 

Spring 1 Week 5 - E-safety

 


World Book Day - 5th March 2020

Dear Families,

 

            On Thursday 5th March 2020 we will be celebrating World Book Day. This is a day where children throughout the world will celebrate their favourite authors and books.

 

To celebrate this day in school we are asking that children dress up as a character from one of their favourite characters from their class books. If children choose to dress up, we are asking that they donate £1, which will then be used to buy new books for their book corners. If a whole class come dress-up then they get 2500 class points.

 

We would really like children to make their own costumes and we will be looking for the most creative costume. Any children who make their own costume will win a house point ball for their house.

 

Here are some websites to help you create a great world book day outfit.

 

https://bookaid.org/support-us/world-book-day/world-book-day-dress-up/

 

https://www.madeformums.com/toddler-and-preschool/last-minute-easy-world-book-day-costumes/

 

https://www.theguardian.com/books/2019/mar/07/readers-world-book-day-costumes-from-the-cat-in-the-hat-to-mr-tickle

 

Throughout the day, children will be taking part in activities based on the joy a book brings.  This is a special day where all around the word can share their favourite stories.  Your child may also bring in their favourite story to share with their class this could be as a reading a book, reading their own story or telling a story aloud from their family.

 

If any parents would like to tell a story in their home language to the children, please let your child’s class teacher know.

 

Thank you

Mrs Hodgkins

(Reading Lead)

 

World Book Day - 5th March 2020

 


Spring 1 Week 4 - Animal Diets

 

This week in Y4 in we have been comparing the diet of different animals. We have classified them into groups and researched facts using secondary sources.

Spring 1 Week 4 - Animal Diets

 


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