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SUPER SKELETON

In their Science classes, Year 3 children are learning about nutrition and bones. They enjoyed working co-operatively to recreate a human skeleton. The next step is the learn to name the main bones in their bodies! 

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Egypt’s Got Talent

Year 3 demonstrated how to compare and contrast the powers of different Egyptian gods by hosting their very own Ancient Egypt’s Got Talent show. Each child represented a different God and displayed their special powers in front of a panel

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Haunted Houses

To prepare for Halloween, Year 3 children made their very own Haunted Houses. There were many steps to follow, including cutting the template, tracing it out onto black and yellow card, drawing scary creatures inside the windows, gluing everything onto

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Was Tutanhkamun Killed?

To conclude their Literacy topic, Year 3 children met with the Year 4s to discuss the question ‘Was Tutankhamun Killed?’ Year 3 spent many lessons learning about the young pharaoh and discussing his mysterious death. They planned, drafted and then

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Fantastic Faces

In their Art classes, Year 3 explored portraits and followed a step-by-step tutorial to create realistic proportions when drawing faces. They first sketched with pencils, then tried a second portrait with charcoal. They enjoyed creating life-like portraits and made sure

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Amazing Peer Assessment

In Literacy, Year 3 wrote a mystery story as a sequel to the novel which they read in class – ”Ottoline and the Yellow Cat”. They made lovely little booklets. They asked for help from the Year 4 and 5

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Delicious Bread

For their final Design and Technology project, Year 3 children got to test their baking skills and made their own loaves of bread. They used various instruments such as a sieve, measuring jug, bread knife and butter knife. They learned

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Brilliant Bird Feeders

In Design and Technology class, Year 3 children assembled a wooden bird feeder, using various sized parts. It was important to consider the assembled product before painting each part of the bird feeder separately. Children had first created a design which

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San Pedro Survey

Year 3, 4 & 5 visited San Pedro Boulevard.  Each child had created their own survey which focused on different elements of Physical and Human Geography.  They used tally marks to note each time they saw one of their items

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Finding out about FRICTION

Year 3 conducted an investigation to test the effects of friction on different surfaces. They used lego board, wood, cotton fabric, newspaper and sequin fabric to cover a ramp. With the help of a metre stick, they measured how high

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