Welcome to Year Three 2021/2022
The teachers in Year Three are:
Owl Class - Mrs Susan Fisher
Jay Class - Mrs Katherine Mercieca
Mrs Royce and Mrs Sherreard are our LSAs (learning support assistants).
Mr Fowler and Mrs Pritchard are 1:1 LSAs in Owl Class.
Mrs Sedgwick and Mr Hill will cover PPA (preparation, planning & assessment time) every Tuesday afternoon.
Our PE days will be Tuesdays & Fridays. Please come to school in PE kit on those days.
We will use the website to update you about things we have been learning in Year 3.
Please contact us through Class Dojo or the school office by email if you have any questions.
Year 3 recently enjoyed a brilliant WOW day, fantastically delivered by historian Ali Ball. We began with looking at the process of hieroglyphics and a variety of Pharaohs. The children then enjoyed a fabulous maths session learning Ancient Numeracy (it would be interesting to see how many number signs they remember!) They finished the day learning about the process of mummification, burial rituals and looking at a range of artefacts. They also had the opportunity to make a clay scarab. The children clearly enjoyed their day, writing some fabulous thank-you letters to Ali. Enjoy the photos.
Please find below the times table club sheets that we use in school if you would like to use these for extra ways to practise.
Home Learning Resources w/b 7.2.22
Here are the home learning resources for this week. As always, please contact us if you need any help or have any questions. We'd love to see your learning uploaded onto Class Dojo too.
Home Learning Resources w/b 31.1.22
Here are the home learning resources for this week.
Thank you to all parents/carers who braved the rain and came to our Year 3 Information meeting on Tuesday. If you were not able to attend we have attached the presentation here for your information. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us! Many thanks, Mrs Mercieca and Mrs Fisher.
During our recent WOW day the children began by creating a human time line from the London Eye back to the Age of the Dinosaurs. They then moved back into the classroom to discover the skills of the archeologists digging for bones by using a toothpick and a chocolate chip cookie! After learning about the discovery of Cheddar Man and the reconstruction of his skull using his DNA, the children finished off the day by creating a Stone Age bone necklace from clay. A very busy day, enjoy the photos!
Iron Fort Round Houses
We were all very impressed at the incredible Round House built by the children. They really pushed themselves and rose to the challenge. Enjoy this compilation of their achievements.