Week 7 (WC11.10.21)
We have been very busy in class this week with our Ukulele playing, see below. Also, we have been working hard in Maths using counters to help with our learning of addition. 'Mission Together' also visited school and one young man received a small gift for reading out loud in the assembly. Another fantastic weeks work!
Mission together assembly
Using maths counters for adding.
Week 6 (W/C 4.10.21)
In science we have tested a question 'Do things need the same force to move them across different surfaces?' We used a forcemetre and a 500g weight and we tested five different surfaces. We found out that the grass needed the most force because the grass is bumpy and there is more resistance. We also learnt that the table is smooth and needed less force. In Maths we have been learning how to round numbers to the nearest 10,100 and 1000. A great weeks work class 3!
'Writer of the Week'
An experiment to show how things move on different surfaces.
Some of our 'Wicked Wellbeing Group'.
Week 5 (W/C 27.09.21)
We have been working really hard in class learning how to say hello and goodbye in Spanish. We have learnt this song to help us remember these greetings. In Maths, the year 3's have been comparing numbers to 1000 and the year 4's have been comparing numbers to 10,000. In our PE lessons we have been looking at developing our fitness levels through different exercises. A great weeks work class 3!
Week 4 (W/C 20.09.21)
This week we have been learning all about 'Pushes and Pulls' in science. We have designed an experiment to show how objects move on different surfaces and if they need the same amount of force. Everyone in class has made a prediction and next week will will be testing out our questions using a focremeter.
Week 3 (W/C 13.09.21)
This week in literacy we have begun a new book called 'First Drawing' which is about who would have made the world's first drawings. Today, we found some footprints and cave paintings in class, we don't know who they belong to but we are going to find out!
We also had a wonderful afternoon on a survival treasure hunt looking for threats and assets in the Stone Age. The sun was out and so were the saber tooth tigers and woolly mammoths!
Week 2 (W/C 06.09.21)
Well done class 3 for such a fantastic first full week in school. We have been blown away by your attitude to learning and the way you have settled into your new classroom. This week we have had two birthdays, see below. In ICT we have learnt how to ‘blog’. There is also a Class 3 blog set up for things we have done over the weekend. In PE we are improving our ball skills and our fitness levels. Next week we will begin thinking about writing an historical story set in the Stone Age, which is going to be very exciting!