Year 3

14Feb2020

This half term, the Year 3 children have been focusing on composition in music. They created simple tunes on the glockenspiel that included up to four different notes. The aim was to compose a tune and repeat it at least three times accurately, keeping a steady pulse. The children edited and improve

14Feb2020

This half term, the boys and girls in Year 3 have been developing their basketball skills and learning about what makes a great basketball player. They have played a range of games allowing them to progress from learning how to control the ball to passing and dribbling with accuracy. To finish, Year

7Feb2020

In Art, Year 3 have been experimenting with mixing paint. By adding white and black to primary colours, they produced their own colour strips of different tints and shades. The boys and girls moved on to explore tertiary colours with blue and yellow paint, to mix different tones of green. Using a ra

27Jan2020

Today the boys and girls were transported back to the Stone Age with Dr Jo. During the workshop, they explored cave painting and handled artefacts. The children enjoyed learning about life during this time and played a hunter gatherer game to find out about the sources of food available. Year 3 have

20Jan2020

During computing,  Year 3 have been learning how to use spreadsheets. The children began by collecting their own data about their favourite fruit and created a table using a spreadsheet program.  The boys and girls generated pie charts and bar graphs using the data and were able to answer question

9Jan2020

In maths, the boys and girls have been learning how to use arrays to multiply. Today, they were challenged with finding related facts and then completing the fact families. They really enjoyed using the place value counters to support their learning. UNICEF Article 6: We all have the right to live a

9Jan2020

After reading The Stone Age Boy, Year 3 have been putting themselves in the character’s shoes and imagining what it would be like in the stone age camp. Today, the boys and girls used their senses to describe what they could see, hear, feel and smell. They generated their own adventurous vocabulary