Year 3 wore red and joined the rest of Key Stage 2, on the yard, at 11 o’clock for a 2 minute silence to mark Remembrance Day. During the afternoon we created some lovely poppy fields using oil pastels. Lest we forget !
Year 3 enjoyed Maths week, this week. They were solving problems linked to addition and subtraction, doing an outdoor maths treasure hunt and practicing times tables skills to compete in England Rocks on TTR.
We had a super time at Walby Farm Park today. We enjoyed the indoor soft play and slides, the outdoor parks, the wooden fort and of course, the lovely animals.
We have been reading a graphic text in English lessons for the last two weeks. The characters in the text created animals using sticks, mud, pebbles, leaves nuts and stones. We wrote descriptions about fantastical animals that we would like to create. We illustrated them in the style of Dave…
Year 3 had a great time on design and technology day, making garden flowers and planters from re-cycled bottles. This linked nicely to our science topic on plants. The children enjoyed painting and bending the plastic bottles to make garden decorations and flower planters hung with ribbon.
Year 3 enjoyed practising their ball skills with Mr Green. They were passing, stopping and controlling the ball.
Year 3 have really enjoyed developing their cricket skills on Friday.
On Monday 24th of May, we all marked the National Day of Prayer by praying the Rosary during Mary’s special month of May. We learnt how to pray the Rosary and practiced the prayers whilst praying a decade to offer for those who need our prayers.
Year 3 wear green for nature on Friday, they look fantastic. Well done everyone.
Year 3 outdoor art!!
On Friday, we all enjoyed making Cheerio bird feeders. Hope they got home unnibbled!
Year 3 learnt all about Ascension Day and did some wonderful illustrations.