Year 3

Teambuilding

On the 7th of September, Year 3 were excited to attend a Team Building Workshop. They had the opportunity to engage in various activities. It allowed them to think about their teamwork skills and what skills they needed to acquire in order to be successful. All the children enjoyed themselves so thank you to Mr …

School Council vote

Year 3 took part in school council elections where they had the chance to vote for a school councillor out of the four candidates that were elected by the class. They received a ballot paper and put their votes into the ballot box. This allowed children to learn about being democratic, which ties in with …

Problem Solving

Year 3 took part in a problem solving workshop. They needed to work as a team to get through all the challenges in the task. This enabled them to be work strategically as a group in order to be successful. Well done to Year 3 for doing their best.

Legoland!

Last month, Year 3 had the opportunity to go to LEGOLAND in Windsor and it was super fun! We had an awesome time getting on all the amusing rides and looking at the remarkable models of different landmarks around the world that were made out of tiny Lego pieces. It was such a memorable day …

Animal Sculpture Project

During the first half term Year 3 completed an art project on sculpture. We looked at animal sculptures and artists who have created animal sculptures. We had the opportunity to work with the artist Catherine McGill in order to create our own duck sculptures using news print paper, paste and tissue paper.  

Work Week

In Autumn term 2, Year 3 had the opportunity to celebrate ‘Work Week’ where they had to explore the life of a working person. To gain first-hand experience, Year 3 visited the ‘Bank of England Museum’ where they learned about the history of money and how this is made. What is more, children were able to explore the …

Docklands Museum Visit

3H went on an education visit to Docklands Museum, where they were able to investigate the river Thames. They were set several challenges along the river bank. The children collected rocks, stones, shells and items they had discovered as a group. They then got to look at them into detail with the Thames explorer trust …