Autumn Term 2019
The children are studying “Rule Britannica!” this term.
Summer Term 2019
Winners of The Beano Competition - Britain’s Funniest Class
Year 3 have been voted Britain’s Funniest Class.
Beano Comedy Workshop
The children had a hilarious time at the Beano Comedy Workshop.
What a laugh!
It’s a Whoopie Cushion!
Year 3 are studying the “Awesome Egyptians”.
Year 3 have been investigating and creating structures to understand more about how a shaduf works.
Construction of a shaduf.
Fox Class have been working hard on their Ancient Egyptian Cinderella stories. When the stories were finished the children turned them into books.
Trip to Brighton Museum
The children enjoyed exploring the museum and investigating all the artefacts on display. Their workshop was about mummification and they mummified a dummy.
Dressed like an Egyptian!
As part of Science Week, Year 3 examined their fingerprints for arches, loops and whorls.
Using a magnifying glass
Spring Term 2019
Year 3’s topic is “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”.
To begin their topic, the children used atlases to locate the mountain ranges of the world.
Vital research using an atlas.
Year 3 worked together to create a large picture of mountains - each person used paint, pastels and collage to reproduce a small section of the original.
Using glue and collage
Pastels and paint were used here first then some tissue collage added.
“ Climbing Wall” Day
The children faced the challenge of the climbing wall, cooked white rocky mountain and performed a science investigation.
On the climbing wall
Cooking white rocky mountain.
Year 3 Science Fair
In Science focusing on forces, Year 3 have devised games using magnets. They held a Science Fair so that they could play each others’ games.
Autumn Term 2018
Our topic was "Stones & Bones".
The children had great fun acting out scenes from “Ug, Boy Genius of the Stone Age” and then scribing the dialogue.
The children wrote instructions about how to brush a sabre tooth tiger’s teeth.
Year 3 created some woolly mammoths and then wrote instructions about how to make them.
A Woolly Mammoth
Trip to Worthing Museum
The children explored the Museum, looking at artefacts from Stone Age times. They were also able to handle relics from this era that had been found in the local area.
In Gymnastics, Year 3 have been exploring the different shapes that they can make with their bodies including: thin, small, round and wide shapes.
What shapes are they making here?