Year 3

YEAR 3 2017-18

Welcome…

Year 3 See the Light!

On Yesterday's visit to the Centre for Life, Year 3 learnt all about 'Light' including how light travels in straight lines, how some materials can block or partially block light and how shadows are made, which came in very handy when the children had to make stick...

read more

Author Visit – Introducing Will Mabbitt

At St Joseph's our children love reading and we are always looking for opportunities to introduce new authors so, with the help of our kind friends at Blackwells bookshop in Newcastle, we arranged a visit to school by author Will Mabbitt. Will came into school to tell...

read more

Y3 visit Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens

Our Y3 class got a chance to explore a rainforest environment this week when they visited Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens. They learnt all about the different layers of the forest by becoming seeds themselves pretending to gradually grow into the many different...

read more

A Day at Beamish for the whole school.

On Friday, the whole school set off for a visit to Beamish museum. Following an outreach day earlier in the week, each class took part in special WW I and II workshops on topics ranging from evacuees, to the home front and front line soldiers. As always lots of the...

read more

Happy Birthday Your Majesty!

During our assembly this week the children learnt all about the monarchy, and in particular Queen Elizabeth II, who celebrated her 90th birthday on 21st April 2016. The children also learnt about how life has changed for the people of Great Britain during her reign...

read more

A Day of History at Segedunum

As part of their history topic, yesterday Year 3  spent the day at Segedunum, which means ‘Strong Fort’, which was built to guard the eastern end of Hadrian's Wall, and housed 600 Roman soldiers. It stood for almost 300 years as a symbol of Roman rule and a bastion...

read more
Translate »