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Year Three's Class Page

Welcome to the Year 3 Seals!

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Class Teacher: Miss A. Eaves
Teaching Assistants: Mrs E. Donoghue & Mrs S. Smith
Learning Support Assistant: Mrs D. Little (am only) 

Year 3 Timetable

Autumn Term 

Year 3 have started this year with so much energy, enthusiasm and passion in everything they have done. They have really taken on the role of Key Stage 2 children with confidence and maturity.

Our main topic this term has been the Stone Age, and Year 3 have become experts in this prehistoric era! This has shone through in their writing, in which they begun by writing a wonderful set of instructions for a Palaeolithic task based on the text 'How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth'. They even followed a set of instructions to create their own Stone Age Tools, just like the Hunter-Gatherers would have done 2.5 millions years ago! It was tricky, but everyone showed great resilience and determination. 

 

In science, Year 3 have become petrologists, looking at rocks as part of our 'Rocks, Fossils and Soils' topic for this term. They began the year by studying different types of rocks, and classifying them into groups. They tested their hardiness, acidity and permeability and figured out which rocks were sedimentary, which were igneous and which were metamorphic. Year 3 thoroughly enjoyed finding various rocks around school during their playtime and lunchtime, and later figuring out what type of rock it is. After this, we made our own rocks using starburst - we even managed to not lick our fingers once!

 

During October, we have been celebrating Black History Month. Year 3 have blown me away by their maturity in which they have discussed this topic, they are truly amazing young people with empathy and passion that amazes me each day. We have been discussing the amazing work of Nelson Mandela, and this was reflected through their excellent homework. We have also been celebrating the beautiful artwork of Alma Thomas. Feeling inspired, Year 3 have produced their own Alma Thomas inspired artwork through a range of different mediums, taking great care and pride in their work. 

 

 

We are looking forward to sharing more work with you as the year goes on!