Year 3 have been learning about Judaism. They shared their learning about the celebration of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year which is marked by the blowing of the shofar. This is a time for family gatherings, special meals reflection and repentance.
As part of their Science studies, year 3 visited the Science Museum. We had an amazing day finding out about forces and magnets. It was interesting to investigate our experiment questions and carry out the investigation on a larger scale.
As part of their Arts project looking at Roman Mosaics, the pupils in Year 3 worked with Kat and Helen from the Arts Generation to using patterns to create fabulous mosaics with tiles. They all looked fantastic!
As part of Internet safety, Year 3 took part in an online workshop. We learned about the significance of staying safe online. We looked at various scenarios and how to approach different situations. We also reviewed what action to take for different situations and which trusted adults to speak to.
As part of Geography, year 3 went on an educational visit to the Cody Docks. We learned about the importance of keeping our rivers safe. We looked at different things that can pollute our rivers and what part we can play in keeping it clean. We also revised the water cycle. Both classes took part …
As part of heritage week, the children took part in a cooking workshop. Both classes looked to popular Jamaican food and had the opportunity to make their own jerk chicken and rice with peas. It was delicious!
This year, Year 3 are taking part in a Water Project. This is a very exciting opportunity for the children. As part of the project, the children have had the chance to work with a selected artist to create their own artwork for the school display. During the workshops, they looked at different techniques used …
During Heritage week, the children thoroughly enjoyed participating in a steel band workshop. They learned about the history of steel bands and why it is such a popular instrument for carnivals. The children also took part in their own carnival celebrations.
As part of the RE curriculum, year 3 looked at the Jewish festival of Rosh Hashanah. They led an assembly on the festival and explored a range of food that Jewish people eat during the New Year celebrations. The assembly consisted of role play, artifacts and singing!
Year 3 exercised their democratic right (as part of the British Values) by voting for the year group’s School Council reps. As class citizens, the children took their role in electing their peers very seriously! Pupils were first asked to prepare manifestos to demonstrate why they should be chosen as leaders, representing their classes. All …