WORLD BEE DAY

Today is world bee day, we have been learning about bees. We  made badges campaigning to save the bees. At playtime the other children were curious about our badges so we shared our learning. We also tasted some delicious honey,  THANK YOU BEES! 

 

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Book Study

Our new book study in 3Y is called 'The Promise'. The people have become hard and mean. We acted out the scene.

 

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Showcasing our work

We had a lovely afternoon yesterday with our parents. Thanks to those who came in to look at what Year 3 have been learning about. The children love sharing their work!

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Year 3's visit to Year 5

Last week Year 3 visited Year 5 to compare The Tudor Period to The Egyptian Period. The Year 5 children were so knowledgeable and helpful we found out so much!

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Our first Rock Heroes in Year 3!

These two are our first ROCK HEROES in year 3! They can answer their multiplications and division in less than 1 second. I am SO proud of them! Well done girls!!

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World Book Day 2019

Look at our amazing World Book Day outfits! Such a fabulous effort made as usual!

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Horrible Histories

We went to the auditorium to watch Horrible Histories Live! It was great! There were even 3-D parts that made us jump!

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PANCAKE DAY

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Pancake Day

We have spent our maths lesson collecting data about our favourite pancake toppings. We then analysed the data and recorded it into pictograms. Then in the afternoon we tried and tested our toppings! Yum!

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WORD WARRIORS

This is one of our word warriors scanning the classroom to identify words that are commonly misunderstood in our text. Next stop dictionary corner! 

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BREAKING NEWS!

In our power of reading text SPY MASTER there has been a murder! as journalists we are gathering information about this shocking story to write a newspaper report. 

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MEASURE

We practised our measuring skills by drawing lines that required specific measurements. Mrs Yarborough asked us to draw lines that were 2cm  longer and shorter than a specific number . We practiced converting from cm to mm 

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