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As we've been looking at how pollen spreads from plant to plant we looked at some acting out of the pollination process, and here are our pictures!

Planting seeds. As we're studying about plants this half term, we decided to plant some seeds to see which conditions that they will grow in. Here are some of the pictures of us planting our seeds.

Today in Class we've written Haiku poems about Christmas. A Haiku is a short poem which consists of three lines. The first and last line have 3 syllables and the middle line has seven syllables. The children have produced some lovely work and here are some examples of their work:

 

Three Kings on camels

A star appears in the sky

They follow the star

By Immy

 

Shepherds with their sheep

The three kings were travelling

Mary on a donkey

By Oscar

 

An angel watching

Over newly born Jesus

He’s sleeping away

By Emily

 

Jesus is God’s son

Mary loves Jesus today

And forever on

By Sam

 

Gods son is Jesus

He was born in a stable

The star shone brightly

By Annabelle

 

Star is shining bright

The star represents Jesus

The star guides three kings

By Louis

 

Gold shines like a star

It shines in the dark moonlight

Golds a precious thing

By Charles

 

Jesus has been born

Mary loved Jesus a lot

Donkey was tired

By Zakary

 

Jesus lays crying

The star guides the slow three kings

Gold shines like a star

By Marlie

 

Jesus was sleeping

Donkeys drinking the water

Three kings with good gifts

By Otis

 

The star led the way

Jesus lay in a manger

Jesus gives us love

By Elliot

 

The discovery of thunder

At the Oxford Museum of Science

The beginning of electricity

At the Oxford Museum of Science

After learning all about Electricity in Science we took a trip to the Oxford Science Museum and the Oxford Natural History Museum. Here are a few of the amazing things we found on our trip.

Last week we learnt about the symbols of Christian Christmas at Church Hanborough. We learnt about the Christmas story and that all we know about the story might not be true.

In Science we've been learning about friction and how it effects motion of objects. We conducted a science experiment using cars on various materials testing how much the friction affects the cars when in motion.

Class 3's trip to the River Evenlode. We visited the river and conducted Science experiments about how deep the river was, how quickly it flowed as well as looking at what sort of wildlife lived in the river.

This half term we've been programming on Scratch. We looked at making sprites move, change direction and even speak. Here we are hard at work.

Handwriting line guide - some parents have asked about line guides. Here is a version of line guides like we use in school for your child to practice should you wish them to. Hope this is helpful. Thick black lines are the bottom of the line and the two lines are above so the letters can be created at the right height.

Class 3 Weather Presenters. We've been learning about the Tropics this week in Geography. We researched a country and presented the weather to the class of the weather in that country.

Class 3 have been learning about how circuits work and whether items are conductors or insulators. Here are some of the pictures of us experimenting.

Welcome to Year Three's section of the website. This is a great place for children to access materials, that enable them to practise spelling. For everyone else, it is a place where we can share our learning and experiences with you!

 

Routine

  • PE kits should be brought into school on Monday and taken home on Friday. 
  • Homework will be set on a Wednesday and handed in the following Monday.
  • Spellings form part of the homework. However these will be set on a Wednesday and tested on a Tuesday. These can be found on this page along with audio transcriptions so children can practise independently.

 

Topic

Our topic for the Autumn Term 2017 is 'The Iron Man'. A curriculum map can be found under 'Parents- our curriculum- curriculum maps'

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