This week we have been investigating properties of rocks and grouping them. We checked if they were permeable, non-permeable, had a high density, were hard wearing or could be moulded. The children loved observing what happened to the rocks and talking about it in their groups. Advertisements Continue reading 3J’s been investigating!
This week we have focused on the story ‘How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth’. This has inspired 3J to wash our own dirty animal toys in class, while we were doing this we gave clear commands using imperative verbs. It got very bubbly by the end! Continue reading Imperative Verbs
It was great to be a part of this amazing mountain of change. Every penny will go to Lincs2Nepal to help children access education and clean drinking water in Nepal. We’ll let you know the total amount raised if Mr Sheared and Mrs Mellows ever finish counting It! Continue reading Mountains of Change
3S have thoroughly enjoyed learning about the rainforests of the world! As a finish to our topic, we collected natural materials from the school grounds and created our own 3D model showing the different layers of the rainforest. Continue reading 3S layers of the rainforest
Check out the writing that we’re working on in 3S. We’re retelling the Jungle Book. All being well, your child will be coming home with a copy on Friday! Continue reading 3S writing
Year 3 have been delivering speeches, showing posters and rallying for votes this week. Stay tuned tomorrow to find out who the year 3 school councillors are. Continue reading School Council Voting
Year 3 had a fantastic day today! We’ve had Animals UK in school and Rob and Helen brought along a few of their ‘friends’! Continue reading If you can’t go to the rainforest…