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Class 7 (Year 3)

This week, we celebrated the Feast of St. Joseph. We marked this day by creating artwork to display one of Joseph's many titles- Patron of Migrants. 22.3.24

During our geography lesson, the children became meteorologists! They had to research to find out the climate of 3 different rainforests and present this information as weather reporters. The children loved doing this for the class! 6.3.24

Today we became botanists! We planned out investigations in our groups to find out what a plant needs to grow strong and healthy. The children then set up their investigations. 5.3.24

Spring 2 Newsletter

This half term, we have been learning how to become programmers in our Computing lessons. The children have learned how to change sprites and create a sequence of code for each. This then built up to creating a piano! 15.2.24

Today, we took part in an art workshop led by two artists who are working in partnership with Rochdale Town Hall. The children enjoyed using their imaginations to create new ideas. This work will be displayed in the town hall for the community to see! 15.2.24

This half term's smart pupil is Tianna! Well done!

We learned about the impact of Sumerian inventions on our lives today. One of their most important inventions was a writing system. The children used clay to create a tablet with cuneiform. 7.2.24

In History, we learned about how city states were organised in ancient Sumerian times. The children then created their own messy maps to recall their knowledge of what a city state consisted of. 31.1.24

History- We started our new topic, 'Ancient Sumer' by looking at a range of artefacts and predicting what we thought they were and what they were used for. The children loved exploring the artefacts! 5.1.24

Happy New Year and welcome back! We have got lots of exiting things in store for Spring 1. Keep looking this half term to see what we get up to. Our PE days haven't changed. Please send your child to school in their PE kit on Mondays and Tuesdays. 

 

Thank you, 

Miss Martin and Miss Worsley

This half term's Smart Pupil is Falon! Well done!

We learned how to become programmers and created our own animations in Scratch. 19.12.23

We made healthy pasta pots to take home! 19.12.23

We wore our Christmas Jumpers and donated money to the homeless charity, Bed for a Night. 18.12.23

We tasted food before planning our own healthy pasta pots 15.12.23

Christmas Jumper Day! We donated food to the food bank as part of our social action work 15.12.23

We created our own Advent act of kindness calendars to take home and share with our families 12.12.23

Advent Liturgy- Stay and pray for parents 8.12.23

Science- we conducted an investigation to find out the function of the parts of the digestive system! 17.11.23

We visited a wonderdome and learned lots of facts about space! We also got to ask some questions too. 15.11.23

Science -We placed the parts of the digestive system on a child to predict where we thought they were in the body! 9.11.23

We made disgusting sandwiches ready for writing list poems! 1.11.23

Child Led Liturgy- The Rosary 31.10.23

Welcome back after October half term! We have lots of fun things planned for Autumn 2! Our PE days have now changed. PE will now be on a Monday and Tuesday.

Thanks, 

Miss Martin

 

Newsletter - Autumn 2

Science- We learned what soil is comprised of and how it is formed. We explored 3 types of soil and focused on the appearance, texture and moisture. 20.10.23

Autumn 1 Smart Pupil. Well done Aidan!

Geography Week- Fieldwork.

Ava using our reading bag at home! 12.10.23

Rocco using our reading bag at home! 9.10.23

Francesca praying with the Rosary bag at home! 6.10.23

We followed instructions for how to make a clay pot, just like they did in the Stone Age! 4.10.23

In Religion, we thought of some rules for our homes to help us feel safe, happy and loved. The children took their rules home to share with their families 28.9.23

Today, we grouped rocks according to their characteristics! 26.9.23

We have linked up with a real life farmer better known as Farmer Tom! He showed us around his farm and we asked him some questions. We are going to be speaking with Farmer Tom across the school year. 26.9.23

Class Liturgy-Peace 22.9.23

We practiced our mastery of drawing techniques to create our very own cave art! 20.9.23

Stone Age Day! We watched a performance about the changes in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Then we learned drama techniques to show what we understood about pre-history.20.9.23

In History, we learned about the chronology of pre-historic Britain and created our own group timelines 12.9.23

Today, we learned how to be an archaeologist! 5.9.23

Dear Parents/Carers, 

 

we welcome your children back to a new school year in Year 3! We hope that you have had a lovely Summer and are now looking forward to this academic year filled with lots of great learning. Look out for our half termly newsletters informing you of what your child will be focussing on this year.

 

Your child's class teacher is Miss Martin and our teaching assistant is Miss Worsley. Our PE days are Monday and Thursday. 

 

Remember to check our web page for learning taking place in our class each term!

 

Miss Martin

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