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Curriculum Newsletter Year 3

The staff in Year 3 are:

Miss Orchard:  Wednesday and Thursday

Miss Graham: Monday, Tuesday and Friday

Miss Hodgson

Friday 28th June.

We have been participating in Mental Health and Wellbeing week. This has been a chance for the children and grown ups within the school to think about ways we can look after our mental health and ensuring we promote wellbeing throughout the school. There are 5 areas that should be considered in order to achieve positive wellbeing; Connect, Give, Take Notice, Keep Learning and Be Active.

We have been participating in some lovely activities that touch upon each area;

Give – we have read to the EYFS children outside and shared our chalks with them – they made some lovely pictures.

Keep Learning – we all tasted 5 different fruits; plum, grape, tangerine, raspberry and apple. Some of us were reluctant at first but everyone gave it a go and some were pleasantly surprised at how nice they tasted. We then filled in a tally chart and used the information to find out which was the most popular – Can you guess which one came out on top?

Be Active – being active not only keeps our bodies healthy but also our minds. We have done yoga, skipping and playing with our friends outside.

Take notice – we have been taking time to really notice things around us in nature and in our lives. We have been in the ‘Secret Garden’ and built dens and made pictures using ‘found’ natural objects.

Connect – connecting with others can be very rewarding. We have played board games, listened to each other in circle time and teamed up with other year groups for team building. Speaking to people outside of our normal groups meant that we have actually found new friends.

A huge thank you to everyone who donated toiletries towards our appeal – they have been delivered to a local food bank to be distributed to those in need.

Attendance: 93.7%

Minutes Late: 60 minutes

Friday 21st June.

It has been a busy week in Year 3. Our topic is the ‘Living Planet’ and as part of that we have been learning about ‘plastic pollution’ and the harm that it is doing to our planet.

In Literacy we are in the process of constructing a letter to send to Michael Gove M.P. to persuade him to do more about the levels of single use plastics that are being thrown away each year.

In Science and geography we are learning about how environmental changes can affect habitats and the damage it can cause to animals and plants that live there.

In Maths we have been tackling word problems that require us to use the four operations; addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

In R.E. we have been learning about the beginning of Sikhism and Guru Nanak.

Attendance: 93.7%

Minutes Late: 14

Friday 14th June.

This week in Literacy we have been analysing and using persuasive language to prepare us for writing our own letters to the government to persuade them to do more to rid the world of plastic pollution.

It has been ‘My Money’ week across the school. Every class have explored where money comes from, how we earn it, what can we spend money on and then also looked at debt and saving. Some of the boys have very expensive taste in cars!

On Tuesday we had great fun when Hoopstarz Experience came into school, we learned some tricks such as hopping, jumping and spinning whilst still hula-hooping.  Even Miss Orchard had a go.

Unfortunately, the sun did not have his hat on for our sports day.

A big well done to all of the children for learning their lines and putting on a fantastic class assembly.

The winner of the Plainsy Platinum Pass this week was Ryan Sillett.

Attendance this week: 91.3%  Come on Year 3 we can do better!

In maths this week, we have explore tenths.  The children have been very successfully in finding tenths of a number and counting forwards and backwards in tenths.  I am very pleased with the effort they have put in to their maths work.

In art, we have explored Roman shields looking at different designs, colours and patterns.  We then designed our own before making a replica Roman gladiator shield.

In Science, we have started our new ‘Animals including humans’ starting with exploring different nutrients and food groups and what the benefit of each nutrient is.

We have a very good week and hope you all have a lovely long, bank holiday weekend.

Well done to Kayleigh on earning our coveted Plainsy Platinum badge this week.

Our attendance this week was 98%.  Well done everyone.

Friday 5th April.

What a fantastic week to end the Spring term on with lots going on in school.

The children have worked extremely hard in Literacy writing our own narratives based on the ‘Escape from Pompeii’ text.  They have used a range of literary devices to create some fabulous pieces of work.

In maths, we have been working on time again this week.  Our focus has been on the 24 hour clock.  The children have been learning how to read the 24 hour clock and how to convert time from 12 hours to 24 hours and vice versa.  They have all done very well.

We have spent time this week making candles and designing and making dream catchers for the Spring fair with many beautiful ones being created.

The children had so much fun at the Easter fair buying lots of lovely things and seeing what other classes had created.

Well done to Maisie He, Maisie Ho, Jaxon, Kyle, Ryan, Millie, Leah, Sophia, Kayleigh, Kirsty and Harvey for 100% attendance for the entire Spring term.

We want to say a huge well done to Macie whose design for the new St. Benedict’s Bear charity biscuit made it to the final.  Her design was chosen to be in the final 6 out of more than 2000 entries.  The finalists designs were made before the winning biscuit being chosen by a panel of judges.  We are all very proud of her achievement.

We hope you all have a fantastic and well-deserved break and we look forward to seeing you in the summer term.

Attendance: 91.3%

Friday 29th March.

In maths, our topic this week has been time.  We started the week by turning ourselves in to human clocks before moving on to securing our ability to tell the time to the nearest minute.  The children have done very well with this.

In Literacy, we have explored the purpose and use of speech within a narrative text to progress a story and added our own speech to an existing piece of text to further develop the story.  We have also developed our understanding of similes and metaphors and how they create an impact on the reader.  We then used these skills to create a new, powerful ending to our quality text.

In D and T we painted our volcano models using layers of colour to create a textured effect.  The children worked well in their pairs to create some fantastic looking sculptures.

In art, we each designed a motif that we will make and use to recreate Andy Warhol’s Mount Vesuvius painting.  We selected a shape to base our motif on and trialled it by designing four different patterns before selecting the most appropriate and evaluating its effectiveness.

During our music lesson, we have been looking at tempo and beats within a specific piece of music using Charanga.  We then performed the piece as a whole class ensuring we sang to the correct beat with the right tone and an appropriate volume.

We ended the week with our Well-being Friday.  We have created a feelings tree in the classroom so we can each show how we feel at any given time and created our ‘We are stars’ display.  We each wrote a positive attribute about ourselves to go on the display.  As well as this, we took part in mindfulness colouring, mediation, made crispy cakes and finished off the day with ‘Just Dance’.  We are confident in saying a fantastic day was had by all.

Congratulations to Jay on being Year 3’s Plainsy Platinum Pass recipient this week.

Attendance this week was 97.7% – well done everyone.

Enjoy your weekend and we will see you all on Monday for our last week of the Spring Term.

Friday 22nd March.

What a fantastic week we have had in Year 3.

In Literacy, we have been exploring our new quality text, ‘Escape from Pompeii’ by Christina Balit.  The children have examined the plot and structure of the text and sectioned the text into the four key parts – introduction, dilemma, resolution and ending.  They have also began to use powerful verbs and emotive language to enhance their writing and have an affect on the reader – with some fantastic pieces of work being produced.

In Maths, we have been working on angles exploring right angles in the environment and before moving on to identifying angles that are greater than, less than and equal to a right angle.  The children can identify right angles as a description of a turn and can identify the how many degrees are in a right angle and a straight line.

In Geography, we have continued our ‘Angry Earth’ topic examining the advantages and disadvantages of living near a volcano.  We also watched an animated simulation of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79AD before writing a detailed description of the eruption with some very impressive pieces being written.

In computing, we have explored methods of communication along with their advantages and disadvantages.  We will be continuing this next week looking at the use of email as a method of communication.

Following on from last weeks RE lesson on lent, we have been learning about the meaning of Good Friday and the Last Supper.  The learned the relevance of the giving of bread and wine during Holy Communion and how and why Jesus was crucified.

We ended the week on an exciting note by starting to build our volcano sculptures.  We worked in pairs using newspaper and mod rock to build our volcano shape.  The children thoroughly enjoyed this and are eager to begin painting their sculptures – which we will be doing next week.

The children have said goodbye to one of their classmates today as Emily left to start a new school.  We wish her lots of luck on her new adventure.

Congratulations to Jaxon for being awarded the Plainsy Platinum Pass this week.

Attendance this week was 94.0%.

Friday 15th March.

This week in literacy, the children have applied their knowledge of volcanoes and their writing skills to compose a non-chronological report.  They discussed a range of features of volcanoes, including detailed descriptions of how they are formed, use lots of technical vocabulary and even compared and contrasted volcanoes and mountains using the appropriate vocabulary.  A great effort from all of the children!

In maths, we have been working with fractions.  We have developed our knowledge and understanding of the different parts of fractions and have successfully been able to add and subtract fractions with the same denominator and identified and continued patterns.

It has been science week in school this week.  We used this opportunity to delve further in to our plants topic.  We have carried out a number of experiments, including a one to see how water is transported through plants.  We placed white flowers in water that contained food colouring and the children we amazed by the results!

  

The children have enjoyed their PE session outside again this week, despite the wind.

Finally, in RE this week we have been looking at the meaning of Lent and the children have been tasked with doing one nice thing for someone each day of Lent.  They have also chosen their own Lentern promises.

Have a lovely weekend!

Attendance this week: 95.0%

Friday 8th March.

Thank you to all the parents who took the time to join us for World Book Day Family Learning.  It was lovely to see you all joining in the activities with the children. I know they loved it too.

In Maths this week we have been working on addition and subtraction.  We have been estimating answers to calculations and checking the accuracy of our estimations.  We have also been working on using inverse operations to check the answers to calculations.

In Literacy, we have been create a glossary of key vocabulary linked to volcanoes to support our Inspire Write next week.  We have also worked on developing our skills in using conjunctions and adverbs to express place and cause as well as using comparative language.

In Science, we have been continuing our plants topic.  We are exploring what plants need to grow and survive.  We have set up an experiments putting plants under different conditions and will monitoring them weekly, recording any changes.

In Geography, we have examined where tectonic plates are and drawn these on a map.  We looked at where volcanoes are located around the world, mostly around the plate boundaries, and added symbols to our map to represent these.

Have a great weekend everyone.

Well done to Leah for being chosen to receive the Plainsy Platinum Pass this week.

Attendance – 96.7%

Friday 1st March 2019

Welcome back to all, we hope you had a restful half term.

This week we have been working with 2D shapes in Maths.  We have been accurately drawing a range of shapes using various apparatus including dot paper.

In Literacy, we have began our new genre and have been examining the features of leaflets and non-chronological reports in preparation for our upcoming Inspire Write.  We have carried out debates and gathered research to support our arguments and wrote some very convincing reports to save our school MUGA.  The children were very passionate about this!

In Geography, we have started our new ‘Angry Earth’ topic that centres around volcanoes.  The children have already shown great enthusiasm towards the topic and have enjoyed learning about the layers of the Earth and how volcanoes are formed.

As the weather was much nicer this week, the children were able to have their PE session outside this week, which made a refreshing change for them.  They explored a range of warm up and cool down exercises and continued to improve their flexibility, stamina and balance.

In Science, we have began our plants topic.  The children have started by discovering the different parts of a plant and their role/function.  This topic will continue throughout this half term with a number of practical experiments planned for them to carry out.

Have a great weekend everyone.

Attendance – 96.7%

Friday 15th February 2019.

Another hectic week in Year 3 and we have had to say a sad goodbye to a very vibrant member of our class, Joseph. Enjoy your new school and keep working hard.

This week in Literacy we planned and wrote our own narrative texts using a range of language features. In maths, we have been continuing our work on multiplication and division and have progressed on to multiplying and dividing money.

We have been very lucky this week and we visited the Beacon of Light for a multi-sports festival. We took part in tennis, Futsal, dodge ball, basketball and athletics activities, learning new skills and having a load of fun.

We ended our week making 3D representations of weather that the children had designed earlier in the half term.

Attendance

96.5%

Friday 8th February 2019.

This week in Maths we have been working on developing our multiplication and division skills. We have been applying our knowledge to problems solving and explaining how we worked out our answers.

In Literacy, we have revisited the use of inverted commas for direct speech in preparation for our narrative writing next week. We have also explored expanded noun phrases to enhance the level of our writing.

In Science we have continued our topic of light and explored sun safety and the dangers the sun can pose. We have learned what steps we can take to prevent sun burn and how it caused. In French, we have thoroughly enjoyed developing our vocabulary and singing along to the songs.

In Computing we have compiled a database to compare the average monthly temperatures and rainfall of a number of countries across the world.

Well done to everyone for working hard this week.

Have a lovely weekend.

Friday 1st February 2019.

What a fantastic week we have had in Year 3.

This we started our narrative genre. The text the children have been working with is The Tempest by William Shakespeare. They have enjoyed writing character descriptions about a range of focal characters in the story as well as predicting what will happen next. The children have also began experimenting with the use of figurative language, focusing mainly on similes and metaphors, and I look forward to seeing them apply this to their writing.

In maths, we have continued the topic of measurements. The children carried out an investigation to find out if a statement they were given was true or false. They have improved their accuracy when measuring length and were amazing working in their small groups.

In Geography the children thoroughly enjoyed learning how different types of weather are formed and developing their vocabulary related to weather and climate.

We have ended the week with a fantastic French lesson where the children have added to their already developing vocabulary. The can now greet you in different ways, ask your name, introduce themselves, ask how you are feeling and give you a number of different replies. Why not ask them to show you what they can do? You will be surprised.

We hope you all have a very relaxing weekend.

Attendance this week 92.1%

Friday 25th January 2019

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

Friday 11th January

In Literacy we have looked at inverted commas for direct speech, wrote a setting description in preparation for our big writing next week and improved our vocabulary.

In History we have concluded our Iron Age topic and are about to move on to a local history study looking at shipbuilding in Sunderland.

We have also spent time making decorations for the Christmas tree in the school hall.

Attendance: 94.7%

Lateness: 99 minutes

Friday 9th November 2018

It’s the end of another busy week in Year 3. In Maths we have been working on division of a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number and have progressed on to using more formal methods of division. Our times table knowledge is developing and improving everyday.

In Literacy we have wrote our own explanation texts, creating a boat manual that included a lot of technical vocabulary as well as adverbs, expanded noun phrases and prepositions.

In History we have begun to explore the Bronze Age, looking at artifacts and sketching drawings of them in art.

Attendance: 90.3%

Lateness: 35 minutes

Friday 2nd November 2018

Welcome back everyone,

We hope you had a fantastic half term, and have been ready and raring to go for this next half.

In literacy we have been looking at explanation texts and their features.

In maths we have been working on number and developing our skills in column subtraction, deducting two digit numbers from three digit numbers with exchanging.

In this half term we are starting a brand new topic in Year 3, we are moving away from the Stone Age and moving onto the Bronze Age and the Iron Age. Finishing the topic by learning about ships and ship building.

So far this week we have been learning a lot about forces and what they are, we even carried out an investigation to test how hard some things are to push or pull, we used rocks, toys and other items to see how much force was needed to move the objects.

We have also looked at magnets and how they act at a distance with certain objects. The children predicted the outcome, but were surprised by the results.

A huge congratulations to Brodie for her perseverance in column subtraction, Kirsty for great use of prepositions in her writing.

We hope you have a superb weekend.

Friday 19th October 2018

Year 3 have been working hard again this week. You’ll be so impressed with the work they are producing.

Because we are practising handwriting every day, the joined up writing is amazing.

In maths, we’ve started to use the column method for subtraction and addition; and we’ll be doing more of this after the holidays.

We’ve written a newspaper report in literacy about a missing boy – there are a lot of children with very good imaginations in this class!

The child chosen for the Treasure Box certificate is Jaxon Gill for his excellent maths work.

We’ve learnt how to add tints to different colours and how to mix primary colours to make secondary colours.

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The attendance this week is…… 94.7% and minutes late: 48 minutes

We hope that you have a lovely half term holiday and look forward to seeing you in a weeks time.

Friday 5th October 2018

I have thoroughly enjoyed working with your children this week. They are an absolute credit to you all.

In Literacy we have been looking at Newspaper reports. We will be writing our own newspapers and you never know, we may have some future journalists in the making!

In Maths we have been learning how to read and represent data in bar charts, graphs and tables.

The handwriting in the class is really improving and well done to Kayleigh who was in the golden book this week for fabulous handwriting and literacy work.

Well done Year 3, you are all superstars!

Miss Orchard

Attendance: 92% – well below the national average, I am sure you can all improve this next week Year 3!

Lateness: 24 minutes

Friday 28th September 2018
This week we have been working our socks off. In Literacy the children wrote their own narratives using expanded noun phrases, adverbs and different sentence openers. We are so proud of what they have achieved. The children then transformed their narratives so they were written from the third person rather than the first person.

In Maths we have learned all about perimeter. We have discovered that perimeter is the total length of the outside of an object. We even walked the perimeter of the school yard.

We have also made some amazing things this week. For our MacMillan event, we made some fantastic cookies. Take a look at them.

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Today we have designed and made some amazing Stone Age weapons.

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The Star of the Week this week was Jaxon for being an incredible role model in and around school. Well done!

Attendance: 96.7% (Lets keep this up Year 3)
Lateness: 1 child was late this week resulting in 2 minutes of lost learning.

Upcoming Events
Beginning next week the children will be taking part in a daily walk on the field as we work towards the Daily Mile.

Friday 21st September 2018
It has been a great and fun packed week this week. In Maths this week we have been reading and writing numbers and solving problems related to this. In Literacy we have been writing setting descriptions and have learned how to use adverbs to express time as well as a range of sentence openers.

In Topic we have been creating our own cave paintings as Stone Age people which meant we could not rest on tables or chairs. The children loved it! Take a look:

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We have also been learning about Christian symbols and on Wednesday the children made their own Christian symbol stones. IMG_3181

Today the children have also made bow and arrows out of paper, sellotape and glue. As you can see they are amazing!

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The Star of the Week this week was Levi for always giving 100% in every lesson.

Attendance: 98.7% ( Well done Year 3. Lets keep this up!)
Lateness: 9 children were late this week resulting in 55 minutes of lost learning.

Upcoming Events
On Thursday 27th September we will be having a coffee afternoon in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support in the main hall. Children can be collected from the Year 3/4 exit doors from 1.15pm.

Friday 14th September 2018
What a fantastic start to the new year we have had. All the children have settled well into Year 3 and I am so excited and pleased by the enthusiasm of the children during lessons.

This week in Maths we have been practising our counting skills, counting in multiples of 4, 8, 50 and 100s as well as finding 10 more or less than a number. We have also discovered how to find 100 more or less than a number.

In Literacy we have begun our narrative writing and have focused this week on using expanded noun phrases in our writing. Today the children wrote their own character description and made sure they included expanded noun phrases. I was very impressed that some children were also adding similes in as well. Well done!

Brodie was the Star of the Week for settling really well into the school. Emmy and Amelia were in the golden book for always giving 100% in every lesson.

Attendance: Our attendance was 97.3% (Well done Year 3)
Lateness: 5 children were late this week resulting in 50 minutes of lost learning. The doors close at 8.50am so please ensure your child is prompt arriving to school.

Reminders
PE days are Tuesdays and Thursdays. Children need to have their full PE kit, including suitable footwear, as lessons will take place outside (as long as it is dry). Reading books need to be brought into school everyday. Homework has been handed out today and needs to be returned by Wednesday.

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

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We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weekend!!

This week in Year 3 we have been working with measures in Maths. We have explored measuring in centimetres using a ruler and metres using a trundle wheel. The children were tasked with measuring the length and width of different places around school. We have also started looking at scales to measure weight and the children have been successful in working out the increments that different scales increase by.

In Literacy the children having been planning and writing their own non-chronological report linked to our weather topic. They were able to choose between types of weather and climate and weather and climate in certain countries as their subject. The children carried out research and then wrote some great reports. We have even created a video report on the topic!

In science, we have been continuing our work on light and have carried out an investigation to test whether a range of objects were translucent, transparent or opaque. We were very surprised by some of the results.

In Geography we have expanded our understanding of different climates and the weather they experience and have created a warning poster to inform people travelling to Antarctica or the Sahara Desert what they need to take to stay safe and what the dangers are.

We have been looking at the significance of Jesus in the Catholic faith and discussed reasons why people may go to church in RE. In French we have been expanding our vocabulary so we can now greet people in different ways, introduce ourselves as well as ask you your name and how you are.

We have also enjoyed another fun-filled, energetic PE lesson developing our hand-eye co-ordination, balancing skills and special awareness.

Enjoy your weeke