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Rowan - Year 3

Academic Year

2018 - 2019

Autumn 2

Meet the Flintstones

Our new topic is Meet the Flintstones, we have a new reading area to encourage our reading for pleasure! 

 

So far, we have made our own cave paintings using pastels. We scrunched up the paper to make it look more like a cave wall! The pictures we have drawn tell a story, this is how cavemen communicated. 

 

We have also been looking at instruction writing in English and have written instructions for how to make a flint arrow for a caveman. 

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Autumn 1

O La La!

This half term we have been learning about Europe in our O La La topic. We have learned lots of interesting facts about different countries and we are now experts on landmarks!

 

We looked at the artist Leonid Afremov, who creates beautiful paintings of landmarks, and tried to recreate some of his work.

 

We used multicoloured splodges of paint for the background then we carefully drew a silhouette of a European landmark to put in the foreground, take a look at some of our work:

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Maths fun!

In maths we have been doing lots of work on addition and subtraction and whether they are commutative, we have been using a variety of maths resources to help with this!
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Academic Year 2017 - 18

String printing

To end our O La La topic, we had an afternoon dedicated to Art. As our learning has had a focus on France, we created our own stamps out of string, and string printed the Eiffel Tower. We had a lot of fun thinking about contrasting and complimentary colours.

Outdoor Day

On Monday 21st May, the whole school took their learning outdoors. In Year 3, we spent our Computing lesson as human data on the playground, enjoyed playing instruments in the Music Garden and were very lucky because we cooked bananas on the campfire.

A Reading Area Update

As our topic changed this half term, so did our reading area. It was transformed from Mount Vesuvius into Mont Blanc to fit with our O La La topic.

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Brancaster

Year 3 had an amazing time on their trip to Brancaster Activity Centre. Here are some pictures to show the wonderful things that they did whilst they were there.

Forces and Magnets

In science last term, the children were learning about forces and magnets. This meant that they got to complete lots of different scientific investigations, which they really enjoyed. They looked at push, pull and twist forces, made predictions about magnetic materials and tested magnets to find out how strong they were. Here are some pictures of their learning.

Roman Outdoor Day

Year 3 had a great time taking their learning outside the classroom during Roman outdoor day. They played games, learnt marching chants, practised their battle formations and even got to eat their own Roman toast.

Our Reading Area

Mrs May has been very busy creating a great reading area in the year 3 classroom. Last term, to fit with our topic, our reading area was transformed into a cave. The children have really enjoyed sitting the cave to read their books. As our topic has now changed, so has our reading area. Our cave has been transformed into Mount Vesuvius to fit in with our Roman theme.

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Meet the Flintstones

Year 3 really enjoyed their topic, Meet the Flintstones, last term. The children worked hard, and learnt a great deal about the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Here are some pictures to show their learning.

2016-2017
Light and Shadows

Last half term Year 3 spent their Science lessons learning about light and shadows. One of their favourite parts of this topic was discovering how shadows are formed.  

Burwell House

Year 3 had an amazing time on their trip to Burwell House. Here are some pictures to show the wonderful things that they did whilst they were there.

Forest School

Year 3 were very fortunate to have the opportunity to combine their love of outdoor learning and their current topic of the Romans by participating in several themed Forest School sessions. The class seemed to particularly enjoy learning Roman marching chants, legionary battle formations and cooking Roman toast over the campfire.  

2015-2016
The Sunshine has arrived and we have been making the most of it by taking more of our learning outside. We have used the quiet garden to look at shadows as part of science, got our brains and bodies moving while applying our knowledge of fractions in maths and used the playground space to rehearse some of our alternative fairytale role play. 

Space to Earth Challenge

As part of a whole school event our class took part in a challenge to run, jog and walk around our school field. We had an enjoyable time and helped the school to raise money towards resurfacing our school playground. We were surprised and excited to find out that between our class and Reception we helped to raise 50% of the total money raised. This means we will have £100 to spend for our class!! :)

We were very excited to go on our first school trip away from home to Brancaster. We enjoyed many activities and were even able to combine our prior learning about the Romans with some of them.
Spring Term
This term we have had a fantastic time learning about the Romans. We worked together to make a class mosaic, looked at Roman foods and houses and had a great time on our Roman outdoor day.

Autumn Term

Welcome to our class page. We have enjoyed an exciting half term getting to know each other and our new classroom.

We have thought about what makes a great classmate and decided on some 'class jobs', so we can all contribute to making our classroom a HAPPY place.

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Our topic has been focused on forces and magnets. This has involved lots of hands on investigation and exploration! We have made windmills, tested objects on different materials and looked at magnetic and non-magnetic objects.

What can magnets do?

After writing our instructions for a playground game we were able to try them out with the YR1s. This was a great opportunity to see how effective our writing was (some more successful than others) and to introduce some inventive new games. Overall a very positive experience. smiley
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