Today we became explorers and went inside an Egyptian tomb! ‘Howard Carter’ led the investigation and we saw some magnificent, ancient artefacts. We enjoyed some time studying the objects carefully, noticing things about them and thinking of ways we could describe them. Then Howard revealed the golden mask of Tutankhamun!
This term in maths we will be learning all about measures. Last week we focused on measuring the length of objects. Sometimes if two or more objects have been measured using a different unit of measure, we have to convert them. One example is if we have measured two pencils and one is 6cm long […]
P.E. Days this term are Thursday and Friday. We are no longer doing swimming lessons for the rest of the school year so will not require swimming kit.
Welcome back everyone! I hope you had a lovely Easter break and are ready for an exciting new term of learning.
Hi everyone, I hope you’re having a wonderful Easter break! Apologies if you have had some trouble accessing the quiz, there was a button I hadn’t clicked that allowed anyone with the link to answer the questions. Hopefully this should work now.
Today we shared our moving monsters that we have been making in our D&T lessons. We invited year 5 to come and help us evaluate our creations. Well done year 3 for working so hard on them and thank you to parents for supporting our project!
Happy Easter! We have had a very busy term with lots of great learning. To finish our RE learning, read the information sheet about the Easter story (this is in your key skills book) then complete the questions below. Some will focus on your comprehension (basic understanding of the text), some will be inference based […]
…Emily Laing! Congratulations!
Take a look at Rowling class’ baking efforts for our whole school competition today! They all look absolutely delicious! Yum!
On Wednesday, he whole school took part in a special singing assembly. There were over 1,000 other schools around which took part too! Year 3 sang ‘Let’s go fly a kite’ beautifully in front of the school school. Well done Rowling class!