Welcome to Year 3 Class

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Curriculum Newsletters

(outlining subjects to be covered during a school term)

 
 

 

 Religious Education Newsletter 

Autumn Term Planning

               Spring Term Planning             

              Summer Term Planning

Science                         Maths

We are looking at crime and punishment this half term and the history of the witch trials.  Here are some of the methods.

We have been practising our times tables frequently in Year 3 looking at lots of different methods.  This is our speed method.

Year 3 have been developing their music awareness and have been playing tuned and untuned percussion.  We have also been looking at Italian words to help us describe tempo and dynamics.

During Autumn term Year 3 worked hard on the Maya topic.  They created their own Maya temple projects and even made their own headdresses.  Well done everyone!

As the children put so much love into their Christmas cards the carpet looked like a sea of glitter.

The children celebrated at the Christmas party with some games of musical statues and musical bumps.

Dojo Winners

The children have been working hard this half term and our 1st place winner was Matthew

and in 2nd place was Anna-Mae.  Well done!

On the lead up to Remembrance Sunday we have discussed the importance of the poppy.  We decided to create our own version of The Tower of London display using recycled bottles.

We looked at rosary beads in Year 3 today and discussed the importance of them and how we could use them.  Some children came back in their lunch hour to pray quietly.

We have started a new topic in PE where we have been learning how to balance using a partner.

Year 3 have been looking at music notation in class and have been competing against one another to name the note first.

We celebrated the end of our topic 'Homes' with a collective worship that we planned together.  Some of the children made homes to put on our focus table.

We conducted an investigation and measured the individual weights of each drink.