Just a quick post to thank all of the Year 3 parents for their consistent support for us, throughout the school year. We’ve done so many exciting things and learned so much and you have all been there with us. I have had a great year teaching your children and wish them all well in Year 4. I hope you all have a happy and safe holiday, regards from Mrs. Plumbley.
As a final activity in our themed learning we have designed our own Coats-of-Arms. They look absolutely fab! Check out the family motto your child has chosen!
We’re all as mad as hatters in Year 3! Here we are in our Mad Hatter hats before we enjoyed our picnic lunch. Fab designs. Thank you for helping the children make them.
We wish we’d been off to the Capulet’s masked ball but we had to make do with the gazebo! Don’t we look good?
What a fantastic afternoon! Two wonderful performances of our take on the Shakespeare play ‘Romeo and Juliet’, based on Debbie Campbell’s musical version. Years 3 and 4 were fantastic! They remembered all of their words, sang beautifully and looked great, most of them in contemporary dress. Well done, all of you, little thespians in the making. I challenge you to find out what thespians are and tell me! We hope you enjoy looking at some images from our performance for the school.
We’ve been solving puzzles, this week. Some were number puzzles, some shapes and some patterns. The number puzzles were the trickiest but we’ve really enjoyed solving them.
We had great fun trying to identify how the different joints in our bodies work. Some are hinge joints, some are ball and socket joints, some are gliding joints. It was a bit tricky identifying some of our joints because they seem to be able to do all of these!
We had fun this week role playing an extra part to the story of Romeo and Juliet. We were the parents of the young couple, becoming friends after the death of their children.
This week we have been independent learners, choosing Elizabethan facts to present in whichever way we chose. Lots of us cut out shapes related to Elizabethan England and wrote our facts on the shapes. We put facts inside envelopes and made spinning Tudor Roses.