Thursday, 26 April 2018

Times Tables Challenge

Congratulations to these Year 3 children for completing their Times Tables Challenges last week:

  • Imogen
  • Sharmy
  • Fayaz
  • Jasmin
  • Jay
  • Ismaeel

Another week where we have beaten our class target.

Keep up the good work Year 3!

Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Times Tables Challenge

Well done so far to these children who have completed their Times Tables Challenge:

  • Jay
  • Ismaeel
  • Fayaz
  • Jasmin
  • Keira
  • Miley
  • Maheera

Keep practicing at home everyone.

Thursday, 29 March 2018

Roadtrip to USA Homework

Next term, we will be starting our new topic of 'Roadtrip to USA'.

To help you prepare for this, please do some research into the USA. 

You may present your research in any way you like (poster, powerpoint, non-chronological report, leaflet, poster, etc) but try to be as creative as possible!

Here are some ideas that you might like to research (but you may come up with some of your own if you wish):

  • Largest/important cities
  • Famous landmarks
  • Famous people
  • Rivers and lakes
  • Mountains and forests (National Parks)
  • Animals
Below are some websites and video clips you may find useful.

I look forward to seeing them after the Easter break.

Mrs Ceairns

Monday, 26 March 2018

Science Films

To finish our Science topic of 'Rocks', we have made short films in groups to share what we have learned.

We hope you like them.

Igneous Rocks


Mary Anning


Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Shape Poems

Take a look at our fantastic Year 3 display covered in bright and colourful shape poems. The children chose what their poem would be about (linked to our Science topic of Rocks).

We have some dinosaur poems, fossil poems and volcano poems.

It looks great and certainly brightens up the corridor. 

Well done Year 3!

Wednesday, 14 February 2018

The Great Outdoors

This week, we are learning about Geometry in Maths. 
On Tuesday, we went out onto the playground to see what 2D shapes we could find. 
We also looked for examples of horizontal, vertical, parallel and perpendicular lines.

Friday, 9 February 2018

Topic Debate

This afternoon, Mrs Ceairns worked with another group debating the motion 'Should children be required to wear a uniform in school?'

Here are some of the points made during the debate.