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Spellings w/c 17th September

posted 17 Sep 2018, 08:56 by Nicola Evans

Spelling rule: Use of the 'ou' sound

Spellings w/c 10th September

posted 10 Sep 2018, 07:34 by Nicola Evans

Spelling rule: When the 'i' sound is spelt with a 'y'


posted 12 Jul 2016, 08:30 by Andrew Goodwin

The Y3 children from all three classes had a wonderful time at Austerfield - learning about rocks and soil, practising their map reading and team-working skills, and getting to know the local minibeasts and reptiles a little better!



Violin Assembly

posted 27 Jun 2016, 04:47 by Kathryn Davis

Well done to all those children who took part in the violin assembly. You have got some real talent!


3D nets and shapes

posted 27 May 2016, 02:35 by Kathryn Davis

This week we have been looking at how to make different nets for 3D shapes. We used polydrons, then had a go at making our own out of paper. We had to remember to be really accurate with our drawing and folding.


Roman Day!

posted 16 May 2016, 04:42 by Kathryn Davis   [ updated 16 May 2016, 04:44 ]

We had a great time learning more about the Romans. We made shields, clay oil lamps, learned the army formations, invaded the school and had a visit from a Roman museum. Thank you to all the parents for coming in to help and providing your children with super costumes!

Designing and making a Roman building

posted 5 May 2016, 04:37 by Kathryn Davis

As part of our Roman topic, we have been learning about Roman towns. In DT we learned how to make two bits of cardboard stick together. We applied our skills to our Roman buildings. We made temples, Roman baths, villas and amphitheatres.



posted 5 May 2016, 04:25 by Kathryn Davis

It's that time of year again, time to be running around outside with a map and a compass! The children are developing their orienteering skills - learning how to orientate a map, find North and work out where they're meant to be going.


Outdoor maths

posted 5 May 2016, 04:21 by Kathryn Davis

With all the beautiful weather at the moment, it seems a shame to be doing maths indoors! The children were tasked with making 2D shapes using whatever they could find outside. They then had to measure the sides and work out the perimeter.


Stone Age Day

posted 22 Feb 2016, 03:22 by Kathryn Davis   [ updated 22 Feb 2016, 05:34 by Andrew Goodwin ]

We had great fun sewing prehistoric felt animals, creating jewellery from clay and building shelters that we thought people might have lived in in the past.

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