Well done to all of the children for the incredible effort they put in. Whether the children came first, last or in between, they all understood the importance of giving it a go and trying their hardest. We are all very proud of you, Year 3!
This week, we had a fantastic time on our school trip. Although our Romans topic was a focus for the Spring term, this was the earliest available date to visit and we still found out a lot of new information. As well as exploring the sites and looking at the different exhibits, we also watched… More
As part of Internet Safety Day, in year 3 we have been creating posters about the importance of not meeting up with strangers. We saw an important video about a young girl who thought she was messaging someone who was the same age as her. This was not the case. Fortunately, her mam picked her up from school and… More
To build on our basic coding skills from last half term, we have now moved onto more challenging coding techniques. Using the ‘Hour of Code’ website, we have been learning how to program sprites (characters) to complete a variety of different tasks. We have also introduced the ‘if’ command so that these sprites react to… More
Today, we were visited by someone very special. Claudia, a Roman Centurion’s wife, came in and brought Roman history to life. Through dressing up and exploring artefacts, we learned more about: life as a British Romano person, the Roman army, Bath Houses and the impact that the Romans had on the world.
Following on from last night’s parent workshop, we would like to share some of the free Apps you can download to help your child with numeracy at home. The links are highlighted in blue beneath each section. Monster Math Monster Math is an app which allows you to customise what your child is able… More
As a part of our whole school World Book Day celebrations, everyone in Year 3 came dressed as one of their favourite characters from a book. We dedicated the entire day to books and had a fantastic time together. In the afternoon, we enjoyed sharing a book with the children from year 6. They enjoyed… More