Welcome to Hazel and Willow classes
The teachers in Year 3 are Neil Bourne (Hazel Class) and Eve Mehtar (Willow Class)
- Here is our Y3 curriculum newsletter Spring
- Here is our Y3 curriculum newsletter Autumn
- This attachment will show you the Holly Park End of Year 3 Expectations
- These are spellings Y3 children should learn this year.
Our class reporters were Elif and Elsie. Elif said: “We have been learning division and we have been doing some simple division. We learnt division is the opposite of times tables. We have been doing lots of 3s and 4s timetables. We have also been doing missing numbers tables. Food groups: we have been learning different food groups and what is inside them: fruit and veg = pear, melon, apple and carrot. In PE we have been leaning tag rugby, it’s a very fun game. The rules are to run around and try to get other people’s tags. We have been learning about Roman artefacts and we have been doing lots of experiencing with Roman things. Story build up: we have been learning about a story and writing our own version, we named it diamond soup.”
Elsie said: “In Hazel class we have been very busy. Our new topic is Romans. So far we have been learning about the Roman army and the story of Romulus and Remus. In maths we’ve been learning how to divide. When it came to science we have been discovering how to stay healthy through the food that we eat. My highlight was in art when we designed our Roman shields. Watch this pace to see our finished shields, they are going to be great!”
Hazel Class in indoor PE have been trying to make the basic gymnastic shapes both on and off the equipment.
Willow Class have been discussing carbohydrates.
Y3 put on a beautiful nativity play. Here are some pictures.
Our class reporter was Nikki. She said: “We have been learning about column addition which is when the teacher gives us a number and we add it up altogether, so we always start with the ones and then we add the 10s column and finally we do the hundreds column and we check if it is correct.”
Our class reporter was Scarlett. She said: “We have been learning about Skara Brae a long time ago on the Orkney Islands, there were 10 Stone Age houses. At school we did a rock and fossil workshop. We got to make our own fossils. We have been learning hockey in PE and to use one side of the hockey stick.”
Hazel class have been looking at the work of artist Andy Goldsworthy and attempting their own work in his style. Here are their pictures: