Welcome to Year 3
The class teachers in year 3 are:
Ash - Mrs Taylor
Beech - Mrs Davidson and Miss Powell
Maths Websites to use at home
Can you build a Shaduf? May Half Term Project!
We would love for you to build your own Shaduf over the holidays - out of anything you like (Lego, sticks and a yoghurt pot, lolly sticks).
Our Stone Age Museum is now up in Nailsea Library for our community to enjoy! Here are some of our artefacts in pride of place downstairs in the library. Some will also be placed in the glass cabinets in the entrance. We have kept some in school to continue being enjoyed by those coming through our corridor.
Our latest Year 3 Commendation Assembly was a huge success! Everyone in Year 3 has tried to write our best piece of writing this year over the past week and I know how proud you all are for your hard efforts. It was great to share our informal letters with the rest of the school and show them our Cave paintings. Painting with a twig - its harder than you think!
Starlets! Our Christmas talent show! Well done to everyone who took part today. It was great to see the variety of talents and the thought and effort that the children put in to thier acts. Two of our acts will be performing to the school on Tuesday afternoon before our special pantomime!
Well done to everyone in Year 3 for their hard work in making this year's Nativity so great! We are so proud of all the children. Thank you for your support in helping them to learn their lines and providing their fabulous costumes.
Friday 11th November - Year 3 Commendation Assembly. This week it was Year 3's turn to show our recent learning and lead assembly. We showed our Pointilism inspired Firework pictures and some poems from the point of view of an animal on Bonfire Night. As we are thinking about Remembrance Sunday we also shared the poppies we had made and share some acrostic Remembrance poems. It was one of my favourite assemblies in a long time. Well done Year 3!
Today Year 3 were lucky to have a visit from DDMIX - the dance program created by Strictly Come Dancing's Darcey Bussell! We had a brilliant time learning the 'Darcey Jive' and enjoyed using our own moves to create parts of the dance. Perhaps you can show your adults the 'James punch', the 'Emma slide', the 'Grove Twist or the 'Louis leap'?!
Pirate Day! We took part in many activities including a treasure hunt with a visitor pirate, cracking codes, pirate co-ordinates, pirate shanty songs, pirate dance and flag making! It was great to see the children's enthusiasm and how engrossed they were all day!
These are the websites we visited in the week when learning about MONEY!