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Year 3

We are Year 3. We have two classes; 3H, whose teacher is Mrs Hughes and 3B, whose teacher is Mr Blair. Read the Year 3 Curriculum and our latest newsletters.

Spring Term 2019:


Our topic this term is: 'I'M A YEAR 3 - GET ME OUT OF HERE!' 

Jonathan's Junge Roadshow will be visitng Year 3 at the end of January when the children will be able to get up close to animals who inhabit the rainforest.  They will be challenging themselves in a range of trials from identifying the creatures, tasting unusual foods and working as a team.  In Geography, the children will locate the equator, tropics of Capricorn and Cancer and also the rainforests on the world map.  In Art, the children will be creating a rainforest landscape using different materials and will be also making tribal maks using papier mache. 

Please see the Curriculum topic web above for further information regarding the curriculum for Year 3 this term.

Visit from Jonathan's Jungle Roadshow

Amazing Jonathan’s Jungle Roadshow visited Year 3 bringing Milly, a millipede, Spinderella, a pink-toed tarantula, Emerald, a stick insect and Goldie, a Malaysian python. The children were allowed to hold the millipede and the snake if they wanted to.  Lots of children challenged themselves (and Mr Blair!) and many overcame their fears.  The children all agreed that a morning just wasn’t enough and they would love the Roadshow to visit for a whole day next time!


Autumn Term 2018 - Stone Age to Iron Age Britain

Year 3 explored the changes that happened in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age last term.  We investigated what prehistoric Britian was like and compared it to other ages in history, such as the Bronze Age.  Children worked hard to produce Cave paintings and made Stone Age jewellery using clay.  They also discovered the secrets of animals trapped inside rocks forming fossils and compared the rocks that make up the foundations of the Earth.

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