Category Archives: Class 3

Our Big RE Question

In R.E. our big question is “What do Christians believe God is like?”.  As a class we had a discussion and here are some of our ideas. “God is like salt and melts all the bad things so the good things can come back”. “God is willing to take a risk for the world”. “If […]

Class 3’s Maths Cafe

On the 8th February 2017 Class 3 had a maths café with the parents who were able to come. We had fun! We played games and did different activities such as, measuring parents and timing how many times they could write their name on a piece of paper. On the netbooks we had maths games […]

Stone Henge models

This week, with Mrs Pharoah, our student teacher,  we have created Stonehenge models. We made them in groups of 4 or 5  and they look fabulous! We had a variety of materials to use to make our Stonehenge models including polystyrene, plasticine, cardboard, foam, sellotape and corrugated card. Scarlet and Harry A    

Rocks and soils

In class 3’s science we have been learning about rocks and soils. This week we learnt how fossils are formed. Skye brought in some amazing examples, one was a big ammonite. We also learnt about soils and as a class we had a go at making a wormery. After a few days we looked at […]

Class 3’s Reading Cafe

On Tuesday 15th November every class in school hosted a reading cafe for parents and other adults who wanted to share books and activities with their children. In Class 3 we read the first part of ‘The Hobbit’ by JRR Tolkien, listening carefully to the description of both the Hobbit Hole and the Hobbits themselves. […]

New books for Class 3

Thank-you to all the parents who supported our book fair which was held during parents’ evenings last half-term. As a result every class was allowed to buy some new books. We are very lucky to have ten new books to read, we especially like ‘Barry Loser hates half-term’ by Jim Smith. Cerys and Hayden

River pictures

At the end of our mountains, coasts and rivers topic we learnt about the different features of rivers. There included tributaries, meanders and confluences. We were inspired by our work with Google maps to make river pictures using oil pastels. Scarlet