Welcome to Year Three 

Keep an eye on our blog for updates on what we are doing this year.

Year 3's Blog

Forest school sculpting

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Year 3 sculpted these brilliant clay mammals today. They used sticks to create spines. Didn’t you know a group of hedgehogs is called a prickle?


Building London

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Year 3 pupils used the map skills to rebuild a simple street map of London into a 3D representation. They used the shape of the River Thames as a reference point and placed key landmarks of the capital along it.


Breads from other countries

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As part of our European studies, Y3 sampled bread form two countries. The English cob was made by our pupils and was put up against the French breads, brioche and baguette. Our pupils did a great job of tasting and evaluating the breads. We will correlating the results soon.


Mental health day

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We talked about emotions and how we don’t bottle them up. We said if we bottle the emotion up when we’re angry it will all burst out at some point. We had a sheet to do faces of emotions. We also drew examples of how we could make ourself happy if were angry or sad. Some of the examples were, Have a sleep, Go outside to have some fresh air. Some emotions people did were, ill, sleepy, furious, joyful and upset.

Written by a Y3 pupil.


Meet the Teacher in Y3

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Thank you to all parents and carers who attended the Meet the Teacher' evening a couple of weeks ago. 

Here is the PowerPoint discussed for those who couldn't attend or those who wanted a second viewing.

Any questions regarding the PowerPoint, or anything else, please do not hesitate to catch me at the end of day or book an appointment to discuss things with me.

Best regards

Mr Shillaw

Meet the teacher Y3.


Forest school canopy

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‪Y3 made use of the amazing canopied outdoor area to shelter from the rain. We used a clove hitch knot to create fishing rods and fished for 'seasonal' fish.


A visit to the Gallery

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‪As part of the Queen of Sheba (art based) topic, the school hall was transformed into an art gallery this afternoon. The children have been taught how to 'read' a painting and using the gallery catalogue they perused the works on display.


Orienteering

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Today we have begun learning orienteering skills in PE.


Orienteering

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Today we have begun learning orienteering skills in PE.


Our wonderful homework

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