Welcome to our page|
Welcome to our page
I am the class teacher Mrs Dodd and we are supported by Mrs Lloyd in the mornings. Have a look at our newsletter to find out what we are studying this half term.
Thank you for visiting our page and reading all about us in year 3.
Reading books are needed in school every day! Adults are encouraged to listen to their child read and ask them questions about the text. We welcome any comments written in their reading planners.
Monday and Thursday- P.E. kits (top, shorts/leggings and pumps) MUST be in school for our P.E. lessons.
Friday- English and maths homework will be given out and should be completed by the following Wednesday.
On Wednesday 12th June, year 3 visited Lancaster Museum to visit a Roman called Marcus. We learnt all about how the Roman soldiers trained; what protective clothing they wore and weapons they used to defend themselves.
We then visited the Roman bath ruins near Lancastle Castle.
Did you know Lancaster used to be a Roman camp called Lunecastre?
Science week 2019
Thank you to all of the parents who came to our Bottle Flip Challenge lesson on Wednesday 22nd May. The children loved finding out how they could clip the bottle successfully.
Lucas and Szymon were some of the best bottle flippers and went head to head to see who could flip the bottle three times. Lucas won!
Here are some photographs...
Here are some photographs of the children who dressed up as scientists. Louanne won the competition by dressing up as an oceanologist.
On Thursday 23rd May, all of KS2 visited Eureka in Halifax.
Year 3 visited the All About Me gallery and had the chance to dress up as doctors and learn more about their body and healthy eating.
The children then watched a science show called 'Chew to the Poo', and yes, they learnt about how their food turns into poo due to the digestive system.
Have a look at some of the photographs we took...
Here is what the children are learning about this half term.
White Scar Caves|
As part of our science unit on rocks and soils, year 3 visitied White Scar Caves in Ingleton on Valentine's day. The children had a fantastic time learning all about Christopher Long, who was the first person to disocver the cave, and about the caves itself.
As we walked through the cave, the children saw limestone, slate, fossils, stalactites, stalagmites and so much more.
Have a look at some of the pictures below.
Here is our next newletter, which informs you what your child will be learning about this half term.
In the newsletter you will find out about the different topics we will cover this half term and important information regarding homework.
Click on the document above to find out more about what your child will be learning in their Maths sessions in Year 3.
Click open the above document and scroll down to Year 3 to find out more about what reading skills your child will be learning.
Click on the above document and scroll down to Year 3 to find out more about what writing skills your child will be learning.