Class 3 have spent the last 3 weeks investigating chocolate, where it comes from and how it is made. This week they have designed their own chocolate bars in their 'factory groups' and then made adverts to promote their invention! Good work everyone!
Click below for a special message from Ms Burrows...
Good morning Class 3,
Your teachers have planned lots of lovely learning for you all and written you a letter and included some helpful information. Click on the links below to find out what she would like you to do. Let them know how you are doing on the blog.
Remember - only do the activities you have been asked to do.
We miss you lots - stay safe!
Love Miss Parry xxx
This will be our last week of home learning and we are looking forward to seeing you all back in school on Monday 8th March.
3 more sleeps until school starts!!!
Monday 22nd February is a training day so teachers will not be on the blog as they will be busy doing other jobs today.
How to use Purple Mash
Click above for a short clip to show you how to use Purple Mash - thank you to Mrs Vickers for putting it together for us. Please help your child to send messages to their teachers in the blog and upload pictures of their work. We look forward to hearing from you!
Click below for a link to Purple Mash
Important Letter - Please see Tigrinya translation below
Class 3 have been learning about Sri Lanka. We learnt about the Perehera - a famous parade and then decorated an elephant to make our own Elephant Parade!
Hello Class 3!
Click on the links to read messages and information from your teacher.
There are activities on Wednesday from Mrs Burrows and Mrs Pollard so please have a look at both links below.
Romans for a Day
Class 3 went on a fantastic trip to Murton Park where we were Romans for the day. We made clay oil lamps, wrote our names in Latin and did weapons training. We even scared away as Celt who was trying to invade the fort!
Year 3 led our Harvest Festival celebration. This year the theme was Caring and Sharing. The children used the letters in the word Harvest to explore different ideas such as how some people do not have enough to eat and how important it is to share with others. The children made harvest sheaves of bread which were shared with each class. Mr Robertson and Mrs Brady took part in a special Ready, Steady, Cook challenge to teach everyone about things being unfair sometimes. It was a lovely occasion and we joined with our parents to give thanks to God for the wonderful harvest we all enjoy.
Today we did an activity to practice our multiplication and division called 'Mathopoloy'. Our eight winners were Yosan, Efron, Hermela, Peniel, Isabella, Seth, Ike and Senai - well done everybody!
Harlow Carr Trip
Class 3 had a great day den building in the woods at Harlow Carr. Everyone worked well in teams and enjoyed constructing the shelters using each other's ideas. Although it was a bit rainy, we also had fun walking around the gardens, exploring everything there is to see there.
Classes 2 & 3 had a visit from a local artist, Peter. He showed us lots of different works of art and we had to be picture detectives e.g. Finding a painting with a horse in, a painting with a storm. Then we worked together to create our own picture. It was lots of fun!
Harlow Carr Trip
C;ass 3 visited Harlow Carr to learn about the weather. We explored the gardens, looked at the weather station and learnt about the water cycle - and the sun shone all day!