SUMMER TERM SCIENCE!
This term our topic is all about Science! We are exploring lots of interesting topics, including:
Below are some photos of what we have been learning already this term. Do you like our healthy plates which show a balanced diet?
A Great Start to the Year!
We have had a brilliant first half term in Year 3, it has been jam-packed and super fun! We have been learning all about the Anglo Saxons and then we ended our half term with a Viking day to introduce our new topic of Vikings (which will start after half term). We have also been learning about rocks and soil in Science. We carried out investigations to test out different rocks and we recreated the different layers of soil using yummy foods!
We also had a fun Halloween dress up day to end our half term. The children looked amazing but they were far too scary for me!!
Welcome to the Year 3 Class Page!
Teacher: Miss Ellis
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Attwell (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings), Mrs Hutt (Monday and Friday mornings)
Welcome to our class page! We are looking forward to an exciting year ahead and we will see you all on Monday 7th September!
Outdoor Learning - Wednesday PM (come to school wearing ODL clothes for the day, please remember to wear sensible footwear and have wellies ready in school!)
PE - Thursday PM (come to school wearing your full PE kit.)
Trainers need to be in school every day for Golden Mile.
This term we will be learning all about the Anglo-Saxons and the Vikings! We will travel back in time to find out all about what it was like to live as an Anglo-Saxon and Viking. We'll find out who they were, where they came from, what they did, what they ate, where they lived and how VICIOUS and/or BRAVE they really were... you can decide!!
In Science we will be learning about rocks, fossils and soils. We will have fun exploring outside and discovering different types of rock in our natural environment. We will be making our own layers of 'soil' using yummy sweets and we'll learn the difference between sedimentary, metamorphic and igneous rocks.