Year 3

Venus flytraps

Year 3 have been learning about the functions of Venus flytraps during Science today. The children watched videos and researched the significance of these plants,  as well as creating their own paper Flytrap to help them present their findings.

Good luck Mrs Wallis

Mrs Wallis came into school today to tell us all about her wonderful and challenging task planning for August. Mrs Wallis is swimming the channel to France to raise money for a very special charity called Aspire. We wish her the best of luck.

Science day

Year 3 had a fantastic day exploring and dissecting flowering plants during our science day. The children started the day by understanding the basic parts of a flower and drew some wonderful pictures. Once the children had a good understanding of the different parts we researched a little bit deeper into the functions of various parts; Continue reading

Ultimate frisbee in Year 3

Year 3 have been learning about how to play ultimate frisbee. The children started the lesson by ‘getting use’ to the frisbee, the children threw it up in the air and caught it and bounced the frisbee off their knees. The children then developed their knowledge by learning about the three different throws and 2 Continue reading

Year 3 are growing tomatoes!

As part of our eco councillors challenge we have been asked to grow tomatoes. Year 3 are currently keeping a close eye on how our tomatoes are growing each day. We have been providing them with a drink of water everyday and they are slowing starting to grow.  

Facts about the Vikings

Year 3 conducted a History morning to help develop their knowledge and understanding of the Vikings. The children were spilt into groups and were all provided with a focus for the morning, e.g Viking clothing. The children used the iPads to research their focus and generated ideas to help them with their presentation to the Continue reading