Welcome to our Year 3 webpage!
We hope you enjoy browsing all of the fantastic learning taking place in our classrooms each term!
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The Year 3 Team:
Mozart Class - Miss Brett & Mr Brown
Elizabeth Class - Mrs Graham & Mrs Mallon
Shakespeare Class - Miss Ranson & Mrs St. Clair/ Mrs Panayiotou
Please practise our Year 3/4 spellings
Here are some photos of our time in Year 3 so far...
Term 3- Home and Away
Term 3 brings more excitement, fun and of course great learning opportunities. We will explore our local area through our ‘Home and Away’ topic, comparing where we live, to the captivating, capital city of Rome. The children are keen to use their prior learning about Roman settlements to make links and deepen their understanding of Roman Britain, travelling further afield to Rome itself. We will look closely at the location of both England and Italy within Europe and use many geographical terms to explain the differences between the two countries.
Term 2 - Through the Ages Continued.
Continuing on our time travelling topic adventure, this term will take us back in time to see the Rebellious Romans in their prime. We will look closely at Roman settlements and land use across Britain and beyond. In Art and DT we will design and create Roman Mosaics and Clay pots using a range of medias. We are keen to further our knowledge and understanding of changes within British History.
Our Science topic this term will be 'Can you feel the force?' whereby we will investigate forces and magnets through hands on, exciting activities.
Term 1 - Through the Ages
This Topic will take us back in time to the Iron and Stone Ages, later moving onto the Rebellious Romans. With a heavy history link, the children will experience life in the different ages through exciting, hands on learning experiences. We will study Celtic patterns in Art, compare bronze to iron and stone in Science, create representations of Stone Henge in DT and compare the different ages through time in History and Geography. We are very excited to learn so much about key changes within British History.