We had an amazing day on Friday. We carried out a plant investigation to see what plants need to grow. We had a fun filled practical workshop with Mrs Robson and ended the day with making our own volcanoes.
We loved being in our pyjamas all day today and shared books with Year 4, in the sunshine. We wrote book reviews about our favourite books, designed bookmarks, used the internet to research our favourite authors and listened to our class novel with hot chocolate, cream, marshmallows and biscuits.
Today we celebrated Shrove Tuesday by making pancakes and writing a recipe to describe how we made them. We learnt the key features of an instructional text and enjoyed choosing our preferred toppings. Yummy!
We really enjoyed learning how to count and ask people how they are in Spanish. We had some paired conversations in Spanish too!
We had great fun practising our footwork in football today!
We enjoyed learning and developing our skills in netball and ⚽️ today. It was fun and we worked well as a team!
We really enjoyed investigating which surface caused the greatest friction on the wheels of our car. We elevated our ramp to see how much friction was created on different surfaces. Carpet is soft, thick and bumpy so we predicted that this would cause most friction. We were right!
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