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Year 3

We are Year 3. We have two classes; 3H, whose teacher is Mrs Hughes and 3F, whose teacher is Mrs Findlay.  Read the Year 3 Curriculum letter and our latest newsletter.

The Iron Man

Spring Term 1 - How could you trap an Iron Man?

The topic for Spring 1 for Year 3 children is about all things metal.  they will be reading The Iron Man by Ted Hughes and using it as an inspiration for writing their own short story based on the book.  In Art, the children will be scu;pting their own Iron man using wire as a 3D representation.

For further information, please click on the Curriculum tab above.

Searching for the Iron Man!

Year 3 received a letter from a neighbour asking us to investigate strange going on’s, over the Christmas holiday, in the school grounds.

The children discovered large footprints and a lot of metal strewn all over the playing field.  They collected the metal and decided that they would see if they could work out what it would be if they tried to put it together.

The children put the pieces together on the mound and discovered an Iron Man!

AutumnTerm 2021 - From Stones to Bones!

Year 3 pupils enjoyed exploring the changes that happened in Britain from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. The children researched information about prehistoric life and in particular, the food, tools and homes of Stone Age people.  They wrote a short story based on the story ‘Stone Age Boy’ and they also wrote instructions on ‘How to wash a Woolly Mammoth’

Visit to Oxenwood

Year 3 children travelled to Oxenwood Outdoor Educational Centre to experience a Stone Age Day on Thursday 14th October 2021.  The children spent most of the day outside doing exciting Stone Age activities such as den building, wattle and daubing & shelter building.  The activities really brought their topic to life and the day was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

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