Year 3

Owls in School

Owls in School

This week, we had a visit from our special guest, Paul O’Neil, The Owl Man. The children from all year groups were fascinated by Paul’s collection of owls, which he kindly brought into school. The children were able to ask many wondering questions about these beautiful creatures.

Stone Age Art!

Stone Age Art!

Year 3 used natural materials, similar to what the Stone Age people used, to create their own Stone Age Cave Art! The children used charcoal, raspberries and blueberries as pigment for their paintings. Year 3  enjoyed this, but are grateful  that we have paint and brushes!

Stone Age Research

Stone Age Research

As part of our Stone Age to Iron Age topic, year 3 have been researching cave paintings before they go on to create their own cave art using natural materials. They found that a lot of cave art included animals as they were important to the Stone Age people for many reasons.

Y3 class self isolation


Please be aware that all Y3 children need to self isolate and cannot attend school next week due to a positive case within the class. Further details will follow by e schools tomorrow.

Bread Making

Bread Making

 

 

As part of their Egyptian topic, Year 3 made Ancient Egyptian bread. The children had to use the scales to accurately weigh the ingredients and measure the capacity of liquids using a measuring jug.

They then combined their ingredients and the kneaded their dough and made a small roll each. We then created our own oven using a cardboard box and tin foil and baked our bread in there. The bread was delicious!