The first part of our Autumn term went superbly. We seemed to cram so much in. We hit the ground running with our amazing D&T Pallet art. The designs were truly inspired. Have a look at the Powerpoint images on the slideshow. Well done Year 3!
In maths you all did some fabulous work on Addition and Subtraction up to 3 digit numbers. Your writing truly excelled itself producing great,instruction texts and narratives about the Stone Age. Thus continued through our humanities topic where we demonstrated our knowledge of The Stone Age and how it continues its journey into the Iron Age. We have begun to look at the geography of the UK and this will continue next term as we look at our local area in detail. In RE we have looked at the life of Christ and also the inside of the Christian church,
Mrs Taylor has been improving our French language skills and Rob has commented on how brilliant we have been in PE! Keep it up year 3. Together with this, we have discussed ways to keep ourselves safe online and the importance of building up strong relationships in PSHE.
Finally in this digital age, we have been looking at how computer networks operate. We will be looking at working with documents and images as the term progresses.
The next part of the term is going to be exciting as we approach Christmas. Lots more wonderful learning to be had!
See you all in 2 weeks!
Hello Year 3
As you know we will closed for 2 weeks and won't be returning until the 30th November. I'll be loading work for each week.
Please take a look at the Home Learning block below. You will find Maths, Reading and an activity linked to recycling which is linked to The Tin Forest, our new book for the second part of Autumn.
The maths will be about multiplication and division.
Please keep working on your: 2,5,10,4,8 and 3 times tables.
Please practice Times Tables at home. All year 3 should be secure in 2,5 and 10.
We are working on 3 and 4 at present. If you can practice these at home that would really benefit the children.
Hit the button is a good website
Welcome the class page for 3A. Here you will find all about our learning journey for the Autumn term. Our topic is Stone Age to Bronze Age and we have a whole range of exciting topics lined up. Spelling and other homework will be uploaded regularly. Please check the class page for photos and other exciting news.
Hi Year 3
And so we come to the end of a bizarre year. I only manage half a year with you but it was an absolute pleasure to work with and get to know you all.
I was disappointed as you were not to finish the Spring and Summer as I had loads of fun stuff planned. But rest assured that next year, I'm confident that you will be able to complete all those activities with your amazing new teacher.
My highlights were: the great story writing you all did, the fabulous art you produced, seeing you on Zoom and just the all round effort you put in.
It's been an absolute pleasure to have had you in my class. Have a great Summer and I'm sure we'll be chatting about all the fun stuff you've been doing.
My very best wishes to you all
Well hello again everybody,
This will be the last message from me to you for this academic year. The next time you will be reading a message from your new teacher...wow! Has that gone quickly or what?
It's been an absolute pleasure to teach you this year,how ever short it was. The real shame was that I wasn't able to finish the year with you and say a proper goodbye. But that apart I'll be able to say hi to you all soon enough.
This is the last project I'll be adding on the class page along with the resources,Zoom meetings and Google classroom assignments. I've tried to make it quite fun with lots of art and outdoor activities. If you have time, write a letter saying how the break has gone for you. What positive have there been? For me, seeing you all on Zoom was the highlight. Knowing you were all well and happy was brilliant.
Here's hoping you all have a great summer and to new beginnings!
Well done, Class 3. One last battle and competition set for this
week, but you can play TTRS and Sumdog all summer!!!
Hello again everybody,
Hope you've all had a great week. another topsy turvy week for the weather but the sun returned by the end. It also looks like there's going to be some very sunny weather on the way. Fingers crossed.
A few more places have opened up for us. So who had a haircut? I confess that I've been having home haircuts, which isn't great but I haven't got much hair anyway ha ha!
It's great to see so many of you on zoom and I can't tell you how much I look forward to seeing you on our weekly catch ups.
This week's project has the usual maths work from our friends at White Rose. There's some fun outdoor work and a great art activity based round a superb artist called Andy Goldsworthy who uses natural materials to create sculptures. We continue with our reading and there are some questions based on Chapter 5 of The Boy Who Grew Dragons.
Don't forget the Google classroom assignments. I try to make a fun one each week.
See you all soon, stay happy and stay smiling!
New TTRS battle Class 4 vs Class 3 from 6-7-20
New whole school Sumdog maths competition from 6-7-20
Good luck everyone!Mrs S
Hello again everybody,
Hope everyone's well and you've had a good week. That was a funny old week for the weather, wasn't it? First we had a heatwave, I could hardly go out, then wind and rain. Our gardens must have loved a bit of rain though, and our poor pets too!
This week sees another project with some more interesting challenges for you. We have a lovely cooking challenge which is making Rock Cakes. If you've never had one, you're missing a traditional British treat. Science is about making wind chimes. This is an outdoor activity and you can find some materials in your gardens or parks. There's more maths continuing our geometry and the reading continues with the The Boy Who Grew Dragons. There's a video with the great Andy Shepherd reading Chapter 4. I've attached all the worksheets below this message.
Have fun, keep smiling, love life!
26-6-20 Good effort Charlie and Ronnie, but the Sunshine 1 - Maths 0 this week.
New TTRS battle Class 3 vs Class 4 from 29-6-20 for the week
New whole school Maths competition on Sumdog from 29-6-20 for the week
Keep learning. Good luck.
Hello Again Class 3,
That week went really quickly, and the sun is back! It's going to be a hot sunny week. Things are changing slowly but surely: most shops are open and for those of you who love your sport;football is back on TV. It's a little strange watching sport without any spectators in the stadiums, isn't it?
This week's project has a real mix of maths,English and crafts. Maths is about angles and lines. There's a cooking challenge to try and I've added the link below to a lovely summer healthy recipe. Our art is linked to maths and we're looking at Kandinsky. We're still reading The Boy Who Grew Dragons and I've added some questions to answer while you read Chapter 3. The sheet is below.
It was great to see some of you accessing Google Classroom. It's tricky starting but do try and use it. This week I've added a quiz on butterflies as part of our science. You may have to do some research to find the answers but do give it a go.
Stay happy and keep smiling!
19-6-20 Brilliant score.
New TTRS battle rematch Class 3 vs Class 6 from 22-6-20
New whole school Sumdog Competition from 22-6-20
Good luck, everyone! Mrs S
Hello Again Class 3,
Hope you're all keeping well. The summer appears to have returned and we're enjoying a spot of sunny weather. I hope you're waking up to the wonderful sound of birdsong. There's always something about the sound of birds in the morning that's really uplifting. I have loaded this week's project below and also a link to the activities tis week: colouring sheets for mindfulness, banana Ice Cream recipe and a Mini beast activity. The maths focus this week is 'Ordering Fractions,' and there's plenty to be getting on with. I have kept a couple of the craft activities the same as I didn't get any back. If you need time to collect the materials then that's fine.
Do remember the new and exciting Google Classroom assignments. You have to remember to press the 'Turn In,' button to submit your work. It is worth doing and do persevere with it. Like most new things, it takes a bit of practice but you'll soon master it and be teaching us a thing or two!
Speak soon, stay safe, stay happy,keep smiling.
New TTRS battle Class 3 vs Class 5 from 15-6-20 until 19-6-20
Do you have a rock slam challenge waiting for you?
New maths, grammar & spelling competitions on Sumdog from 15-6-20 until 19-6-20
Everybody join in! Good luck from Mrs S
Hello class 3.
Welcome to week 2. Well the weather changed dramatically and it's now summer and you guessed it...rain! The good thing is that our gardens and outdoor spaces will be benefiting from some much needed rain. I hope you have found the projects interesting and are enjoying the new book The Boy Who Grew Dragons. There are lots of exciting activities to enjoy linked to the book. We have our second week project below. If you haven't finished the first week don't worry. I'm sure there's plenty to do. There is also the colouring sheet.
Another good piece of news is that some of you will be able to go back to sports and social clubs. Football training has resumed for my son and his team and I'm sure it has or will soon for many of you.
Keep sending in your brilliant work and keep safe.
New TTRS battle Class 3 vs Class 4 from 8-6-20 until 12-6-20
Look for rock slams
New Sumdog whole school competitions maths, grammar & spelling from 8-6-20 until 12-6-20. Make it on to the leaderboard!
Good luck, Mrs S
Hello Class 3.
Summer is really upon us;the sun has been shining all week and the gardens and countryside are all looking amazing. Have you been out and explored? Look at all the flowers and plants that are beginning to bloom. Spring and summer are really the nicest times of the year.
We are doing things a bit differently this time. Below you'll find a new weekly project that has daily activities for you to think about. Each day has a mixture of activities, and some are just about sharing your feelings, writing them down or just talking to someone. It's really important during this difficult time that we stay in contact, keep talking and stay positive. There are signs that things are slowly going back.
Keep smiling and keep shining
New TTRS battle Class 3 vs Class 5 1-6-20 until 5-6-20
Look out for Rock Slams
New whole school Sumdog competition 1-6-20 until 5-6-20
Earn extra Sumdog coins from your teacher
Class 3 online player heroes this week were:
BS, CW and KMAW
It's half term, this coming week, but there is plenty to keep you busy and challenge your mind on our website, but make sure you make time for fun, relaxation and making happy memories. Stay safe, Class 3
New TTRS battle Class 3 vs Class 4 rematch from 25-5-20 until 29-5-20
Look out for Rock Slams too.
New Sumdog whole school competition from 25-5-20 until 29-5-20.
Get on that leader board!
Good luck Mrs S
New TTRS battle Class 3 vs Class 4. 9:30am 18-5-20 until 2:30pm 22-5-20
Look out for Rock Slam challenges too.
New Sumdog NCPS competition 9:30am 18-5-20 until 2:30pm 22-5-20
Good luck from Mrs S
Congratulations Class 3. What a thriller!
New TTRS battle set Class 3 vs Class 6 9:30am 11-5-20 until 2:30pm 15-5-20.
New school Sumdog competition 11-5-20 until 15-5-20. get on that leaderboard.
Good luck Mrs S
New TTRS battle: Class 3 vs Class 5 starts 9:30am 4-5-20 until 2:30pm 8-5-20.
Check out a new Sumdog competition all year groups from 4-5-20
Good luck Mrs S
24-4-20 Congratulations Class 3!
A new TTRS battle has been set for Class 3 vs Class 4 from 27-4-20 until 1-5-20. Mrs S
19-4-20 Times Table Rock Stars Battle
Set between Class 3 and Class 4 starting 9:30am 20-4-20 until 2:30pm 24-4-20. Knowledge is power - enjoy! Mrs S
Happy Easter Everyone
Happy Easter to you all. Wishing you and your families all the best.
Remember the message of Easter is that through tough times there's always hope.
Enjoy your Eggs!
Week 2. Monday March 30th
Hope your first week went well. Remember you can email work to me at the address given below.
Have you been keeping fit with the fabulous Joe Wicks each morning? Our family has and it's tough but fun.
Check out his Youtube channel each day for amazing workouts!
Keep up the times table activities with these sites:
Try the reading activity below.
Keep a daily diary.
Look at the Easter activity
Welcome to Class 3
We're hitting the ground running and getting straight back into our curriculum.
We are learning about the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Below you can see some pictures of us 'Washing A Woolly Mammoth' during our drama day. We had great fun.
Don't forget to READ, READ, READ- working your way to the Golden Ticket.
Please have PE kits in school at all times.
Our Science this term is Rocks and Soils
We will be exploring the topic through the reading of Stone Age Boy and Stig Of the Dump as well as some hands on experiments.
In Maths we going to consolidating our place value,addition and subtraction this term. We will be working hard on our applied reasoning skills.
As before we will be consolidating our times tables skills with the aid of Times Tables Rock Stars and Sumdog.
Keep working on those skills.
Who can learn them all up to 12 by the end of the year?
Welcome To Class 3s Page
We have lots of exciting things planned this term