Year 3

YEAR 3 2017-18

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Music and Sound Workshop

Dr Renwick is always a very popular visitor to our school and last term's workshop on Music and Sound, covering learning objectives from both the Music and Science curriculum for Years 3 & 4, proved once again to be a hit with the children. "It was a very interactive...

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Attendance Reward for Y3!

As a reward for achieving the best overall attendance in the Autumn term, Y3 earned £250 to spend on a 'class treat'. A class vote resulted in an almost unanimous decision to visit Mister Twisters indoor children's activity centre (see photos below). "It was...

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Performance Poetry Week

A recent visit by poet Paul Cookson, to every class in school, was used to kick start our very own Performance Poetry inter-class competition last week. The children were wowed by the poet (who also said he was 'wowed' by the children's skill and enthusiasm)...

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Zoo Academy Visit School

To help with various curriculum topics (Classification in Y6 and Writing Non-Fiction texts in Y3), two of our classes organised a visit by Zoo Academy, who brought a number of very unusual creatures into the classes including Giant Millipedes, Albino rats, Giant...

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Other Faiths Week – Judaism

As part of our R.E. curriculum, the classes study the belief systems of Other Faith groups and this term the focus was on the Jewish Faith. Each of the classes took a different aspect of Judaism to explore, including Jewish festivals, Jewish teachings and rituals. The...

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Y3 Act up a Storm – Literally!

Our Y3 class have been studying a play by Shakespeare this half term - The Tempest - and to help with their studies, this week Mrs Thomson invited some drama teachers from the Shakespeare4kidz company to work with the children. Here's what they thought of it: 'I loved...

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Year 3 visit Segedunum

As part of their History topic for this term, our Year 3 class visited Segedunum, a large interactive museum which features a full-scale reconstruction of a bath house, a section of the Wall and a 35 metre high viewing tower which provides outstanding views across...

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