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Staff

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Learning

Year 3 Staff

Miss Prosser

3.1 Macaw Class
Middle Years Phase Leader

Mr Davies

3.2 Toucan Class

What's been happeningYear 3

History

Year 3 were taken back in time to the Stone Age all the way through to the Iron Age. They were a human timeline – learning all about the different time periods, how people’s clothes changed, how their skills and tools developed and how the climate changed and the impact that had on early man. They were detectives, exploring a range of artefacts and discussed what they could be and what period they could have come from. They ground grains to make flour and even hunted woolly mammoths in the playground!

 

What's been happeningYear 3

Science

Year 3 have enjoyed their work on ‘animals including humans’ in science lessons. They have been thinking about healthy diets and the human body.

 

What's been happeningYear 3

Partitioning

Macaw Class have been busy partitioning and redistributing hundreds, tens and ones in different ways using their place value counters to help.

 

What's been happeningYear 3

Quest Stories

Macaw Class wrote absolutely amazing quest stories based on the book the Ice Palace by Robert Swindells.  Here are some pictures of them sharing their stories with each other.  They went onto publish their favourite few paragraphs and some of their published work can also be seen in the photos.

 

What's been happeningYear 3

Tangram Puzzles

Macaw Class were busy at the beginning of term, learning about tangram puzzles through the book Grandfather Tang’s Story by Ann Tompert.  They used the skills of flipping, rotating and sliding to recreate the tangram animals from the story.

 

What's been happeningYear 3

Maths

We have been busy using our prior knowledge of bridging ten from Year 2 to help us to bridge 100 with two two-digit multiples of ten.  We used our ten frames to support our understanding of the structure of the mathematics and learned to bridge one hundred by adding and subtracting.  We then used the dienes to help us bridge one hundred when we had a two-digit and a one-digit number and recorded our thinking on our whiteboards.