Year 3 Blog
This week we have followed the story of “The Mousehole Cat” which is a story inspired by the old Cornish legend of Tom Bawcock. We have written wonderful descriptions of a storm, using the image of an animal in our writing. “As the boat set off, the great storm wolf pushed its paws into the […]
Year 3 designed, made and evaluated their Christmas themed bread based products. We all enjoyed making them and we invited our parents in to taste our products. We evaluated our products and next time we would think about how much butter is needed on our bread and where to place the cutters so as not […]
Year 3 held auditions in class to choose two acts to go forward to enter the “Pope Paul’s got talent” competition on Wednesday. Here are a selection of our acts.
We are well on our way in our Advent Preparations in Year 3. On Wednesday we represented the school at the Advent Carol Service at Westminster Cathedral and on the same evening we took part in our own Advent service in OLSV church. Well done Year 3 for telling the story of John the Baptist, […]
Click on the links below for the words to practise for the Advent service. Year 6 words Year 5 words Year 4 words Year 3 words You were all very good today practising at the church. Keep practising your songs …..all voices count! Mrs McNamara
Year 3 enjoyed their walk around the woodlands at Dame Alice Owen’s School. We followed it up with a science lesson trying to identify trees from their twigs. Good science observational work. Well done Year 3.
Our Advent Service will soon be taking place. Please use the resources below to help you learn the songs which we will be singing on the night. The words that we will be saying are also linked below on the powerpoint attached (**) If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask me. Happy […]
As part of investigating what magnets can do, we discussed our “BIG SCIENCE QUESTION” for the week, “If humans were magnets, what would be positive, negative and interesting about this.” We had some great discussion wondering would we be able to do very much at all, if most metal objects were attracted to us. One […]
Anti-Bullying Week We have had some interesting discussion work around the theme of bullying as part of “anti-bullying week. ” We made a “Helping Hand Poster” and wrote up to five names of people we could talk to at school and at home who could help us. Knowing that people are there to help […]
This week we have been reading ‘The Firework Maker’s Daughter’ by Philip Pullman in English. The children took part in drama activities to understand how the characters were thinking and feeling in the story. They used exciting verbs and adjectives to describe the amazing firework display at the end of the story. The new science […]