This week, we have been learning about the famous artist Jackson Pollock in our art lessons. We have researched some of his famous paintings and have analysed his techniques in order to mimic his work. In Maths we have started looking at how to complete sequences and counting on in 8’s, 9’s and 25’s from any given number. Regarding English, we’ve written a set of instructions on how to make a simple firework. We included lots of conjunctions and adverbials in our work as well as safety precautions when setting them off.
From Callum and Zac
Welcome back everybody! Hope you have all had a fantastic summer and are feeling refreshed and ready for the start of a new year! I hope you are as excited as I am to get stuck in! We are going to be learning lots of new and exciting things together and I can’t wait to begin our journey!
We are beginning this term looking at Philip Pullman’s ‘The Firework Maker’s-Daughter’. This is one of my favourite books and such a great context to begin with, with lots of fun and thrilling surprises along the way! I hope you enjoy reading this book just as much as I did and we will be learning all about Lila’s adventure to Mount Merapi and her encounter with the Fire-Fiend.
Does Lila have what it takes to be a firework maker?
What a busy week! The children have worked super hard this week as we’ve looked at…
Alice in Wonderland (Mad Hatter’s Tea Party setting description)
Maths (One and two-step word problems)
Science (Investigating if the sun is dangerous or not and how light travels)
Design & Technology (Painting Mad Hatter hats)
ATTENDANCE WINNERS! – 98.9%
Keep it up Y3H!!
This week in Y3H we have been -
Looking at bar charts and pictograms and solving problems in Maths.
Using personification to describe how the teacups and lanterns moved at the Mad Hatter’s Tea party.
Planning our setting descriptions in English.
Preparing for and taking part in Sports Day.
Making our Mad Hatter’s Tea Party Hats.
We also watched a production of the Railway Children, which we all really enjoyed.
Our attendance for the week was 98.5%.
Have a look at our ‘New Book’ in Y3H – Alice in Wonderland.
Emma Elizabeth Clark (born 15 October 1955) is a British children’s book illustrator and author. She has published over 60 books and is best known for Alice in Wonderland and her series of picture books about a child’s toy called Blue Kangaroo.
This is our new book Y3R …
What do you think it will be about? Can you explain why you think this?
This week in year 3, we played in the snow on Thursday.
We enjoyed making snowmen!
In maths, we have been learning about circles, triangles, squares and rectangles.
In English, we have been learning about speech. In history we have been learning about Egyptian gods. Some of the gods names were, Ra, Anubis and Horus.
Written by KL
The Year 3 Teachers have recommended …
There are stories about people who want to live forever.
This is not one of those stories.
This is a story about someone who wants to stop…
Alfie Monk is like any other nearly teenage boy – except he’s 1,000 years old and can remember the last Viking invasion of England.
Obviously no one believes him.
So when everything Alfie knows and loves is destroyed in a fire, and the modern world comes crashing in, Alfie embarks on a mission to find friendship, acceptance, and a different way to live…
… which means finding a way to make sure he will eventually die.
Do you want to read this book? If you have done, please write a short review below about the book!
On World Book Day Y3R received a very special gift from Mrs Gough. She brought the class a treasure chest full of books! The books inside were …
- The Wreck of the Zanzibar
- Baby Aliens Got My Teacher
- The 100 Mile an Hour Dog
- Fantastic Mr Fox
- A Bear Called Paddington
- The Abominales
- The Iron Man
- The Sheep Pig
- The Spy Who Loved School Dinners
- Toto the Ninja Cat
Which book are you reading? Which would you like to read?
This week in year 3 we have been learning about all the Egyptian gods names and which are the important ones. Can you remember which was the most important?
On Thursday, we celebrated world book week, we wore our pyjamas, dressing gowns and slippers! We also brought in our favourite books and teddy.
Mrs Gough delivered us a present … a treasure chest full of brand new books! We can’t wait to read them and recommend them to each other.
Written by HH