Tuesday, 13 November 2018

Happy Diwali!

We have been finding out about the Hindu festival if Diwali which was on Wednesday last week. We looked at the similarities and differences between this Hindu festival and the Christian celebrations at Christmas. In English we have read the story of Rama and Sita and this week we're writing Diwali poems. Here are our clay divas that we made in art.

3 Holly Half Term Homework

Wow! What a fantastic response from everyone!

Thursday, 1 November 2018

Year 3 Half Term Homework

Don't forget that your half term homework is due in on the first Monday back!

Your task is to find out about the human digestive system and present what you have found out in an interesting way. You could make a model, an information leaflet or a poster, for example.

Have fun finding out and being creative!

Designing and making a healthy layered salad

Caterlink Visit

A great big thank you to Tony from Caterlink who came to work with the children in Year 3. We found out how to have a healthy, balanced diet and had the chance to try some unusual fruit! Then we created our own bread rolls using different dried and fresh fruits.

Super Schools Visit

Sorry about the blurry pictures- we were moving about so quickly!

Group Writing

We worked in our table groups to write an information text about bones and skeletons.

We collected all our ideas together and thought about how we could group them. Then we came up with sub-headings and wrote them up neatly. Fantastic presentation everyone!

Sunday, 14 October 2018

Gold Hill Run - here are our amazing runners! Pupils who took part were: Lucas (1st boy age 6-8), Lexie-Mae (2nd girl 9-11),Katie, Paige, Freddie(2nd boy 6-8) and Daisy.


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