We have a had a very busy start to the year in Class 2. Everyone is settling in well and enjoying our different topics of work.
In English we have been learning the story The Promise. We have created our own Class 2 story The Cheat and now the children are working towards completing a story of their own.
In Maths we have completed a unit on Numbers and Place Value, now we are working on addition and subtraction.
In Science we have been learning all about Plants we have learnt all the different parts of a plant and what they do. We have completed an investigation on how plants survive in different environments. We are currently investigating how plants survive in different temperatures.
Thank you to everyone who sent in bottle tops Year 3 have created some beautiful flowers and butterflies for our topic The Human Planet.
Class 2 have started a new topic in English this week, we have been learning the text,
Why does the City need and Oak Tree? All the children have got the new story map in their books to practise at home.
We are working on a class plan to write our own text, Why do Islands need a Palm Tree?
Today Thursday 10th October is Mindfulness Day in School all the children have come in their comfortable clothes and we are taking part in activities to promote mindfulness.
When we finished our work this morning we lay on the carpet with a cushion and practised being still and calm. Mrs Woollett enjoyed showing the children how its done.
Happy New Year to Everyone!
We've had a very busy to start to 2020 and looking forward to all the new topics we have lined up.
Last Monday we had our hook day, the children had to find all the stones with clues on them and then solve the puzzle. See photos below.
We have been learning the story of The Stone Age Boy, the children have been given a copy in their Story Map Book to bring home and share with you.
We have lots of budding actors in Class 2, they had to perform part of the story in small groups and the rest of the class had to work out which part was being acted out.
In English this week we have been looking at a letter from Professor Stone to Om. We have looked at he story map and have learnt it orally. Then we have looked at it as a reader.
Your child has brought home a copy of the story map to share with you.
On Wednesday the 5th February Year 3 went on a trip to Beaumanor Hall. We did lots of activities learning about how the Celts lived. We learnt how to go to battle, throw spears and
play football with a Roman head. We visited a Round House and learnt how they would live, work and entertain. Grinding wheat to make flour with a stone, using drums to communicate, making beads from clay and apply war paint to make us look fierce. We also went on a hunt to find clues and solve a puzzle. A great time was had by all and the children were a credit to the school. See the photos below.
What a great day we all had on Thursday dressing up as rock stars for our whole federation TT Rockstars Day. All the children competed to see who was the best at times tables.
The children did times table activities as well as TT Rockstar.
Please encourage your children to continue with it as it’s a really fun way to learn their tables.
This term our new topic is 'Eureka' we are learning all about Sir Isaac Newton in English. We have sent a story map home for your children to share with you.
In Science we are looking at Forces and Magnets.
In Maths we are learning about Fractions.
Today is World Book Day we are celebrating it by having a book swap. This morning we have read The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt then we have created poems about colours. All the children are dressed in their comfy clothes and have brought along cosy blankets and pillows and got the chance to snuggle up and read a book.
Thank you to everyone who has donated a book we have a nice little library of books to share among Year 3. When your child has read the book they bring home they can bring it back and swap it for another one.
In science today we have been looking at air resistance. We have had great fun making parachutes, looking at what is the best shape and size. The children made one parachute and then we took them outside to test them it was very windy and unfortunately we lost a couple. We came back inside and discussed what made a good parachute. Then the children tried again with the knowledge just learnt. Well done to Zach and Anya who’s parachute was the best.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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