The wonders of Year 3.

Well there really is no rest in Year 3. Class assemblies have continued, script writing has taken place, the durability of rocks have been tested and the grid method has been used for multiplication. We think we deserve the weekend!

Year 3 News

Class assemblies are upon us in Year 3. We have been busy practising our lines, songs and poems. It's a tough job you know! 

3H have their class assembly on 26th January, 3B on 2nd February and 3A will be finishing off on 9th February. 
We also have the Sarehole Mill trip to look forward to in a few weeks time. Whatever the weather we shall be going (fingers crossed!) so please make sure that children are appropriately dressed in wellingtons/walking boots and waterproof coats. Waterproof trousers are great if you have them and warm clothing is essential.

Happy New Year

We hope you have had a well rested break and enjoyed spending time with family and friends. 

This week we have experienced food tasting, rescuing Bear Grylls on a very important mission and our rescheduled trip to the theatre. What a fantastic first week back! 

Year 3 Learning all about rocks

This week we have explored different types of rocks as part of our Science topic. We have looked at the three different types of natural rock; igneous, metamorphic and sedimentary. When exploring we thought about how we would describe the rock and which type of rock it might be.

What a term!

Year 3 have had an incredibly busy yet fantastic term. It is hard to believe that we only moved up to KS2 at the beginning of September. It feels like we have been here for much longer.

Next term is going to be amazing when we go on adventures Bear Grylls style, there is a trip to Sarehole Mill and of course the eagerly anticipated swimming! 

We hope you have a fabulous Christmas break and a wonderful New Year.

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