Term 6 - Monday 5th July
We have home learning again but thankfully it is only for Friday afternoon and Monday 0 we can return on Tuesday 6th July!
We know you are getting excited about next year and who your teacher will be in Year 4. We would like you to write a letter to your new teacher telling them all about you. What do you like to do at school or at home? What is your favourite subject? Who lives with you? Is there anything you want your new teacher to know? Are you a little worried about anything? What are you excited about? Remember the layout of a letter.
We have been learning about Sikhism this term in RE. We would like you to create a factfile explaining everything you have learned about Sikhism - you could even do further research of your own! Remember to use organisational features such as headings, subheadings, labelled pictures/diagrams, fact boxes, paragraphs, etc to make your factfile really fun and interesting to read.
For a maths challenge, we would like to investigate angles, perpendicular and parallel lines you can find in your home. You need to think of a way to record your findings - perhaps you could create a table to record your findings, or you could take a photograph or draw a picture of the objects and label them......?
Don't forget, you can use TT Rockstars to continue practising your times tables and complete challenges on Mathletics.
You can email your work through to us or bring it into school tomorrow.
Welcome back to Term 4!!!
We hope you have a restful half term break and are reading for a fun-filled and busy term. It is sad to be starting the term with home learning (again) but hopefully there is light at the end of then tunnel and we can resume face to face learning soon!
This term our topic is called Tremors. Overwhelming and mighty, Mother Nature’s awesome energies hiss and roar deep within the Earth. Plates collide, spewing lava. Rocks rain down and mud slides in torrents. Towns and cities vanish under ashen clouds. Discover the dangerous and ferocious world of natural disasters and glimpse their savage and deadly effects. Visit the ancient city of historic Pompeii, frozen in time, then create blistering explosions from model volcanoes that fire foamy lava. Discover the properties of rocks shaped by the Earth’s breathtaking power. Watch out. Volcanologists detect formidable rumblings from an extinct volcano in Scotland’s capital. Red alert! What would you do?
We look forward to seeing you at daily registration on Zoom at 10.30am.
Miss Pettit and Miss Lam-Hang
Welcome to Year 3's home learning page!
We are very sad that we haven't been able to start this term as we had planned, however, despite being apart we can still learn together! So we will be here every step of the way, updating this page with plenty of learning to keep your brains active.
We look forward to checking in with you and seeing your faces during our daily registration at 10.30am and we cannot wait to receive your work, please send anything through to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will respond with feedback on any work that we receive.
Miss Matthes has an art competition for Holy Trinity. Click on the link for more information. Lets hope that someone in Year 3 will be the winner!! Good Luck!
Roman Food ideas
This week, we will looking at different foods that the Romans introduced to Britain when they invaded in AD43. There are some recipes for you try at home! Don't forget to send in photos of your masterpieces! Enjoy!
We are so very proud of all the children in Year 3 and we think it is only right that we share some of the great learning being completed at home. If you have any work, photos or videos you'd like to share, please send to us via our email address - email@example.com
Keep up the good work!!!