Welcome to the Year Three page!
Your teachers are Miss Reeve and Miss Martin.
Click one of our learning adventures below to find out more.
Hello Year 3
Well done for completing your learning challenges last week! You have shown lots of resilience in your hard work and we have loved seeing your work on Seesaw. It has also been great to see you and your families keeping fit with Joe Wicks. Keep up the amazing work!
This week in Maths we are going to be looking at a few areas that we found tricky while completing your Maths quizzes. These areas include inverse, division and estimating. In English we are going to be focusing on our SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) skills. To begin the week, we will look at how to punctuate direct speech and then move onto other areas including adverbs. As you did last week please work through the Power Points before completing the assigned work. Your weekly times tables and spelling focus has also been posted on Seesaw.
For this weeks project we you need to answer the question ‘How will you survive in the Stone Age or the Iron Age?’. To do this you need to design either a Stone Age or an Iron Age settlement. This can be completed as a drawing or you could build your settlement. Then you need to explain how you will survive in the settlement. There are guiding questions and things to think about to help you when designing and explaining your settlement. You could present this information either in written form or as a voice recording.
Good Luck Year 3 and we are looking forward to reading your responses.
Hello Year Three!
We are thrilled with the amount of you who have been posting your home learning challenges on Seesaw so far this week. It has been wonderful to see the variety of activities you are all up to at home, as well as competing those that we have set for you -keep up the hard work! We would also like to thank all of the parents and carers for your continued support.
We will be posting maths and English activities for you daily on Seesaw for you to complete. This week we have been looking at fractions and the story UG. As you may of already seen, we will be posting one project to be completed in depth throughout the week and completed by Friday. This piece of work can be presented in any way you like and this week it is focusing on our scientist for this half term -Mary Anning.
Please keep checking the website as well, as we will be posting updates. We may also post here to support your home learning however we will let you know on Seesaw if this is the case.
Miss Reeve and Miss Martin.
It has been a very busy week in Year 3 this week.
On Monday, we started the week with a visit from artists. We explored areas that make us feel happy and drew pictures of what they look like. We then took part in three different activities in smaller groups, we explored a map of the local area and discussed areas we know, we built our happy places and explored the school grounds to show our visitors which areas make us feel happy.
Then on Friday we celebrated World Book Day!
We had a great day dressed up as Awful Aunties, Gangsta Grannies, Mr Stinks and more!
A special well done to our Year 3 winners!
We have had an exciting and busy week back from the half term break. This week has been all about rocks!
In science, we ran investigations on different rocks to test their density and whether or not they are permeable.
In art, we used clay to create pinch pots. “We had to push our thumbs into the middle and squeeze to make the sides.” -Jack
Some children even got to start cooking this week. And guess what? We made rock cakes! Don’t worry if you didn’t get the chance to cook this week, everyone will get the opportunity to cook once over this half term.