Homework will be sent home tonight. It will be a learning log which is due in on Monday 11th February. I have included a list of suggestions at the back which I am hoping that you find useful.
We will be having a spelling test next Friday.
Thank-you for your continued support.
I bet that you are wondering why we needed 30 empty milk bottles in Year Three. Well, here they are. We have transformed them into Woolly Mammoths. Don't they look fabulous!
A huge thank-you for your contributions. As you can see, the children had a WONDERFUL time! :)
Here you can see that we have carried out a scientific investigation today. We have been comparing a range of rocks to find out how durable they are.
You will never guess what has happened today! Following a tip off, we were amazed to discover the skulls of two Stone Age animals buried in the eco garden. We are going to find out as much as we can and write a report on our findings.
We have had a lovely morning! We had a workshop ran by the local Musuem which was all about the Stone Age. It was a lot of fun and we have all enhanced our knowledge and understanding of this exciting era.
We wanted to find out what our Stone Age ancestors ate and the only way we could find out was by dissecting their poo! Miss Kinsey managed to acquire some (extremely safe) samples from the British Museum and we had a good look to see which foods they ate. We all really enjoyed the…
In our lesson today, we wanted to find out how our Stone Age ancestors might have communicated with each other. We know that they wouldn't have had the same language skills that we have today so we had a game of charades. We found communicating without being able to speak quite challenging!
Every Wednesday afternoon, we are having a rugby lesson outside on the school field. We might get a bit muddy but we are learning valuable skills. Please can everyone have a pair of trainers to wear as pumps aren't waterproof. Many thanks.
The Year Three team would like to say a huge thank-you to every member of Year 3 and their grown-ups. We had a good look at everyone's learning log today and they are AMAZING! Well done everyone!
We have been busy vipers in Year 3 today. We have been using and applying our knowledge of reading vipers today to help us to understand what we have read.
Here we are exploring different ways to perform a poem about the world which suddenly turned upside down.