Year 3 had a brilliant day learning about endoskeletons, exoskeletons and hydrostatic skeletons. The children worked together to create a human skeleton and once the children identified the different bones we worked together as a class to create ‘Louie the skeleton’.
A massive well done to the whole of year 3 for participating in this afternoons sports day.
A massive well done to everyone who took part in race for life today, you all did extremely well.
Year 3 enjoyed listening to their class book outside in the gorgeous sunshine, we need to make the most of it before we wake up to snow again!!
Year 3 had a fantastic day at Wingham, the children were very well behaved and enjoyed the day. We saw many wonderful animals, we even had a gorilla beat on the glass to say hello.
Year 3 were provided with a wonderful opportunity to develop their team building skills as well as developing a better understanding on how to approach various obstacles. The children worked very well together and were all supportive of one another.
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.
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.
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
Year 3 had a lovely time during their express event making Viking helmets.