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Term 4 - 27th February 2020

Year 3 had an amazing trip to Cheddar Caves this week! The children behaved incredibly well and wowed the Cheddar Caves staff with their Stone Age knowledge!  We watched a Stone Age demonstration of how they made fire and their own tools in order to survive during this time and even got a chance to dress up. Gough's Cave and Cox's Cave were absolutely amazing to walk around - we learnt about stalagmites and stalactites, how the water has changed the cave formations and all about how bats survive inside these caves! We will now plan and write our own recounts of the day back in school.

ROLE MODELS: Emma, Keeley, Leon, Abigail, Alyssa, Ellie J, Gracie, Ivy, Poppy, William B, Ayda, Story, Jack, Lola Ha, Toby, Roni, Emily B, Jake, Frankie, Prim, William M, Maddie B, Claire, Darcy, Ellie H, Autumn, Lowen, Rocci

Term 3 - 16th January 2020

Year 3 have started their new ‘Stone Age’ topic this term. The children have developed their creative skills using clay when making Stone Age necklaces and have begun creating their own cave art pictures using paint and charcoal. The children have also learnt how the Stone Age people would forage for berries and had a go themselves at dying material. Mr Barton has also demonstrated to each class how fires would have been started and how important they were during these times. It has been wonderful to hear many of the Year 3 children share facts about this new topic from books they have read at home.

ROLE MODELS: Roni, Toby, James H, Abigail, Aleisha, Harrison, Jasmine, Ruby N, Ronnie 

Term 2 - 28th November 2019

Year 3 and 4 had a wonderful afternoon taking part in the ‘Raise the Roof’ music festival.  We learnt many songs around the theme of ‘Recycling’ and it was great to see the creative accessories children brought in to wear for the occasion!  Year 3 have also had more visitors recently.  This time we welcomed some residents from Acer house who came and told the children about their lives during the war.  We are now writing about the stories they retold us.  

YEAR 3 CHRISTINGLE SERVICE

As you are aware, Year 3 will be taking part in two Christingle services on Monday the 2nd and Tuesday the 3rd December at St Martin’s Church.  Children will need to arrive at the church for 6:15pm on both evenings dressed in full school uniform.  The children have been allocated parts by class teachers and a slip has been sent home to let you know on which night your child will be performing.  Although your child will have a specific role on one night, we need ALL children to attend on both nights to support those that are performing.  We invite you to attend on the night your child is performing.  We really look forward to seeing you all there.        

ROLE MODELS: Ronnie, Ruby N, Jasmine, Harrison, Ruby P, Jake, Libby, Lola H, Gracie, Autumn, Leon, Josh M 
 

Term 2 - 14th November 2019

As you know the children went on a World War II Worle walk just before half term. We were led by volunteers from the Worle History Society who were so knowledgeable in telling us stories from the war that happened right on our doorstep. We were shown a real bullet hole in a sign and looked at the houses that had to be re-built after the bombings.  The children were excellently behaved and looked fantastic in their evacuee costumes. We are now learning lots of songs - for ‘Raise the Roof’ and for our Christingle services. Please help us by singing together at home.

ROLE MODELS: Olivia WS, JJ , Anja, Henri, Lily, Jack, Story, Joshua A, Oliver T, Eva, Taiya, Caleb 

Term 1 - 22nd October 2019

Year 3 had a wonderful trip to the local Worle Library. We had a guided tour of how to find books we were interested in and we also learnt how to take books out to take home! We have been very busy practising our 'Raise the Roof' singing festival songs based around the theme of 'Recycling' and had a lovely time with Year 4 singing together.  

ROLE MODELS: Juliet, Faye, Finley, Corey, Isabelle, Florence, Dylan, Callum, Emilie, Olivia C, JJ, Ayda, Toby, Millie, Erin, Lola, Jack, Rocci, Leah, William, Charlie, Amelia, Taylor, Joshua, Olivia J, Claire, Darcy, Emma, Tommy-Lee, Lucy, Ryan, Alyssa, Ellie H, Ellie J, Ruby S, Grace G, Nancy, 

Term 1 - 10th October 2019

We had the pleasure of welcoming Mr Simons to our year group last week who spoke to us about his experiences as an evacuee during World War II. His stories have given us lots of inspiration to write about life as an evacuee during those times.

Term 1 - 26th September 2019

We have now begun our Topic - World War II. We have started to read the’ Lion and the Unicorn’ by Shirley Hughes which is helping us think about what it must have been like for people to live during the war.  We have written in the role of a character from the story and written emotive letters which could have been sent during the war time. 

Term 1 - 12th September 2019

Year 3 have settled back into school superbly! We have been enjoying sharing lots of stories during book week and we are now excited to start our first topic - World War II. Class 10 are looking forward to starting swimming on Friday! 

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