Year 3 have been learning about how maps can be used as primary sources to help us learn about the past. As part of their ‘Heritage Hunters’ topic the boys and girls looked at maps ranging from 1862 through to the present day. Year 3 found it really interesting to compare maps of their local area an
In Year 3 the boys and girls were lucky enough to receive some basketball coaching from Newcastle Eagles this week. Everybody learnt some tricks and tips on how to best dribble the ball and the coach tested our reflexes and reactions in a game. All the children are ready to try out their skills in a
Look at these amazing eggs! A massive well done to all of our boys and girls who have taken part in our Easter egg competition! All of the children have clearly worked really hard on their eggs, using a lot of fantastic designs and creativity. Who knew there were so many different ways to use eggs!
Boys and girls throughout school have been taking part in a mile run in support of Sport Relief. Children across school dressed up in sporty attire, and along with their teachers, ran a mile! The boys and girls completed four laps of our field and playground, running, walking or jogging. The childre
A massive well done to our year three and four boys and girls who competed in a hockey tournament at Cardinal Hulme. Team A finished in 1st place out of 30 teams! They have done exceptionally well to win gold and are now through to the regional finals. Team B reached the quarter finals but lost in w
Children in Year 3 have been learning about cave painting, linked to their class topic on the Stone and Iron Age. Today they were tasked with making some paint of their own. They came out ready for action, having learnt in class about the types of materials that people used in the past. This was als
In Year 3 the children have been exploring a new book. They worked in pairs to closely examine illustrations from ‘The Iron Man’ by Ted Hughes. The children described the illustrations to their partner without having read any of the book. The children in Year 3 have great imaginations and have made
In preparation for the Big School Bird-watch children across school have been learning about the characteristics and natural habitats of our native birds. We researched the types of birds that we expected to see and listened to their birdsong. The children set up hides made from our recycled Christm
A strange clue landed in Year 3 today. The children followed the clues around the school to solve the mystery and find out which text they will be learning about in their English lessons. The clock had stopped at midnight and the pumpkin was waiting, can you work out what the story is?