We had a wonderful day and a superb start to our new topic about the Romans. We took part in treasure hunting, food tasting, role play, dressing up and clay sculpture. We learnt so much about Romans in our local area.
Year 3 completed their Neolithic homes today. We had a great time using stones, sticks and leaves collected from home and school. We have studied what homes were made from during different periods across Palaeolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic timescales.
Year 3 are very flexible and agile. They took part in a variety of athletic jumps from apparatus. They explored controlled, elegant landings.
Year 3 have been practising their rolls and now know how to do cartwheels! We are so good at gymnastics!
Year 3 enjoyed a fun filled day with lots of activities. They looked amazing in their scary costumes. An excellent effort from children and parents to make them look so goulish. We plan to write instructions for one of our activities: pumpkin
We really enjoyed making our Neolithic homes today. We brought in bits and bobs from home and collected some in school too. Houses are to be completed after half term.
Preparing for winter weather with seasonal artwork. Children created winter silhouettes using oil pastel, paint and black marker pen.
Y3 were creating and tasting healthy fruit kebabs. They took a long time to prepare, but disappeared into stomachs very quickly!
Today, we learnt lots of new vocabulary to describe rocks such as: igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic, permeable, durable and density. We used this vocabulary to describe our rocks and their properties.
We worked so efficiently through our workshops so we even had time for making our own Stone Age rope, using rushes! We had a great day and learnt so much!
After a treasure hunt for evidence of hunter gatherers, in the woods, we enjoyed our lunch. Following that, we made copper imprints and used natural pigments to create a cave painting
Today we were keen for a hands on, fun filled day of learning about Stone Age to Iron Age. Firstly, we made a timeline, then we created our own axes made from slate and willow. We then investigated the skills used in hunter gathering. We learnt so much from POO. What animals eat? How big the…