Year 3 have had a very busy few weeks! They throughly enjoyed replicating flint knapping with soap, along with designing their very own Stone Age axes. I was very impressed with all their creations that they worked so very hard on, over the half term holiday.
We are making super progress with our violin lessons and are now busily preparing for our performance on Monday 27th November at 9.15-9.30, in the school hall. We look forward to welcoming you and I am sure you will be very impressed when you see how hard the children have worked and progressed with their sense of musicality!
Our new Science topic this half term is rocks, soils and fossils which has captivated the childrens' imaginations. We have enjoyed sorting rocks into their different categories and then testing their permability as well as learning about how fossils are formed. If you have any fossils at home we would love to see them!
In Maths, we are about to commence our work on multipliction and division so please encorage your child to access, "Times Table Rock Stars" at home to support their leaning in class.
Instructional writing is our focus for English this half term, looking at features and purpose. We are looking forward to making our very own Stone Age Stew and then writing a set of clear instructions for others to follow!
Our new word count to date is close to 2 000,000 which is just incredible so please keep reading! Your continued home support is invaluable, self evident and very much appreciated so Thank You!