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Sep

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Welcome to Year 3 2017-18

The children have returned to us full of enthusiasm and drive and have made a good start to the year.

Year 3 children are known as Otters class.

The class teacher is Miss Coles and the Teaching Assistant is Mrs Sault.

 

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Dec

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The Stone Age!

We have begun learning about The Stone Age. We went on a trip to the Time and Tide museum and learnt lots about being hunters. Stone Age man was very clever in the way they used every part of the animals they killed.

We have also been learning about different type of rocks in Science. We have done some experiments and handled some real rocks!

We will continue to learn a bit more about The Stone Age after Christmas.

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Nov

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WW1 Project

We have been learning all about WW1. We went to the memorial in the park and we also found out about two soldiers who attended our school – Leonard Frank Durrant and Sidney Cecil Durrant. We used the information we found out to write a biography about their lives and we also made a poppy wreath to remember the soldiers. 

Leonard Frank Durrant

Sidney Cecil Durrant

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Sep

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Welcome to Year 3!

Welcome to Year 3. Here is the newsletter for the first half term. It contains important information about PE days and fruit. Newsletter Autumn

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Jul

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NSPCC NetAware

Please visit this very helpful website that is designed to help parents understand websites that their children use and what the risks are, as well as reviewing them and offering advice on parental controls.

https://www.net-aware.org.uk/#.

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May

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The Amazon Rainforest

In Year 3, for topic this term we have been learning about South America and in particular the Amazon Rainforest. We are currently working on researching the different animals that live in 4 layers of the forest. 

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Jan

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Year 3 travel back in time…

Year 3 have been studying the Stone Age this half term and have learned about what life was like around 2.3 million years ago, when man started making stone tools.  They have found out about the 3 main era of the Stone Age and how the homes, tools and land use changed over time.  They have also watched a Stone Age Dragon’s Den where some people try to convince the dragons that wheels and fire are a good idea!

They have also learned some gory facts about how the people from the ‘Savage Stone Age’ used every part of an animal once they had caught it, including drinking the blood and eating the brains!

The children were challenged to make a tool or weapon that we had learned about using no glue, scissors or tape.   Here are their awesome finished pieces….

Some tools are for digging, some for cutting and some even for hunting.

Some tools are for digging, some for cutting and some even for hunting.

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If you would like to find out more, try one of these fab sites to go back in time yourself….

http://www.theschoolrun.com/homework-help/the-stone-age

http://timetravellerkids.co.uk/time-travel/stone-age/

Have fun, watch out for woolly mammoths….

 

Miss Kitchener

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Jan

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Origami Club!

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We really enjoyed our first Origami Club!

We made Chinese fans and hats 🙂 we look forward to next week!

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Apr

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Year 3 and Reception Buddy up for Reading!

Year 3 and Reception children enjoyed their shared reading session this week.  Our Reception children chose a buddy from year 3, picked a book and sat and relaxed with a story.

The Year 3 children loved being storytellers and the Reception children were very excited about the older children reading some of their favourite stories.

We voted as a class to do it again soon…

Aaliyah reads to 2 of the Reception boys!

Aaliyah reads to 2 of the Reception boys!

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They loved the pop-up books!

They loved the pop-up books!

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Apr

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Year 3 Are Presenters!

This half term, the children in Nelson class planned, wrote and filmed their own wildlife shows.  They have learned about where the rainforests are in the world, what a rainforest is like and about who and what lives in the rainforest too.

They worked in teams to create their own shows with inspiration from BBC’s ‘Deadly 60.’  The children were thrilled with their documentaries and we are planning to invite parents in to see them too!

Watch this space for the preview!
Miss Kitchener