Year 2 Class Assembly

We had our class assembly celebrating the British Values of democracy, mutual respect, individual liberty, rule of law and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs as we always incorporate these values into our lessons. Basically, our message is: if we remember the good values of communal living and always practice them every day,  […]

Year 3 Homework 15-06-18

This week, you are to complete  all the information you can about Earthquakes and Eruptions on your geography sheets, for Tuesday. Also, revise your spellings for Tuesday (as you should every day). I have included the spelling list for quick reference. These are words set out in the National Curriculum for both Years 3 and […]

Year 3 Knows about Volcanoes!

Combining Design and Technology, Geography and Science, with the big brains of all our Year 3 children, we tackled the task of designing and making our very own volcanoes. A three part process, today we built the base, with layers of ash replaced by layers of plaster or papier-mache. We used bottles and straws to […]

Cress, Beans, Tomatoes and Pumpkins. Oh my!

  Firstly, we dissected bean seeds to learn about seed-coats, the plant embryo, and the internal food source to feed the seedling before it learns how to germinate from photosynthesis. Next, we had to explore what plants need to survive. We planted a variety of seeds in soil, with cress in cotton-wool. Half the plants […]

To Adapt and Survive

Last Friday, Year 3 created Plasticine plants and had to adapt their designs to survive in different climates.  For the rain forest, we created plants with sloped leave so the constant rain drips off, and doesn’t settle, to protect the leaves from rot. Under high forest canopies, competing against massive trees, we adapted our plants […]

Burgess Park

Our day out to Burgess park was such an amazing experience. We took a bus ride to the park. On arriving we strolled through the park to a lovely quite area by the lake where we saw beautiful ducks. We did a spring check list, where we had to spot different plants and animals. After […]

Give me an R and an A and an F!!!

On Friday, Year 3 ventured all the way to the RAF Museum in Hendon, in this, the RAF’s, centennial year. After a very long (15 stops,the children were sure to point out) tube journey, we arrived. We made sure we dressed the  part before exploring hangers full of planes and helicopters. From the wood, canvas […]


Homework: Summer Half Term- Also on our website, Year 3 page. English: Pick a task, or do both to really challenge yourself. Take a page of your favourite chapter book, or any available book. Pick the 30 best words and make your own ‘Found Poem.’ Choose an inanimate, non-living object. Write a few paragraphs personifying […]