We have had a busy half-term in Year 3!
In Literacy, we have enjoyed exploring a variety of fables and creating our own, using a similar story line to 'The Tortoise and the Hare'.
We have been focusing on division and measurement in maths, and have had lots of fun incorporating our lessons in the playground.
Well done and thank you for all of the fantastic homework produced, we were really impressed with the time and dedication the children gave.
Year 3 have been very lucky to have been visited by the South Ribble sports partnership to learn all about the importance of scooter safety.
We are all looking forward to the fun this next half term will bring.
Miss Arands, Miss Dervish, Mrs Ball and Mrs Dixon
We would like to take this opportunity to wish you all a wonderful Christmas and a happy New Year!
Mrs Metcalf, Miss Arands, Mrs Ball and Mrs Dixon
Well done to year 3 for presenting their homework tasks to their classes. All the children worked with great care and effort and the homework was of an extremely high standard. We were very impressed by the fantastic work which was shown to us. Here are some of the examples:
Christmas card designs
Wonderful winter scenes
Book cover designs
Finding the meaning of five words linked to our Science topic
As part of Year 3's English we had the privilege of Paul Cookson working with us to support us in our performance poetry unit. The children took part in different poetry workshops where they thought of ideas for their poems before drafting them and finally presenting them to parents and the whole school in an assembly. The children worked extremely hard and they put together a fantastic performance which was enjoyed by all!
The children had a fantastic week during New Technologies week learning lots of new skills and they took part in many activities such as exploring the variety of Computing activities which had been set up in the hall, designing a new piece of technology as well as learning about the importance of Online Safety. A big thank you to Mr Benson for organising the week and here are some pictures of us taking part in the different activities!
In Music we have been exploring different playground songs and games and then we devised our own which we shared with the year 1 children.
We have been very lucky to have a sports coach providing us with orienteering sessions as part of our PE curriculum.
It was a challenging outdoor activity which required us to think carefully.
The aim of the sessions was to navigate in sequence between control points marked on a map.
Many different skills were required in these lessons such as teamwork, listening carefully to others and communicating well with our team.
As part of their DT topic year 3 have designed and made their own healthy sandwiches. They practised many important skills such as slicing the bread and then enjoyed eating their sandwiches in class!
Welcome to the year three blog!
The year three children have settled very well into their new class routines, we have had a busy first few weeks. Here are some of the activities we have been taking part in!
The children enjoyed learning new jujitsu moves as part of the taster session we had in school.
Paul Cookson, a talented poet, came in to work with year 3 on creating some exciting poetry!
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