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Year 3 - Mr Morris

 

Welcome to Year 3!

Week beginning 15th January 2018

Some exciting lessons have taken place this week in Year 3! Firstly, some of us have been put in charge of teaching some maths to the others - it was great to see some super attempts at sharing our learning together.

We have also been learning about how light is reflected in science, by using some new dark spaces in the classroom to test different materials!

We have made our own Christmas tree decorations this week - they look great! We will be putting them on the tree in the hall next week.

Christmas Play song words:

Welcome to the Year 3 webpage. On here you will be able to see what we are up to in class; find information about what you could do to improve your learning at home and share in our celebrations of fabulous learning. Check back regularly to keep up to date!

 

Week beginning 30th October 2017

We have been introduced to the column method for addition in maths this week. The practical lessons we have had will prepare us to carry out more abstract, formal column addition very soon!

  

 

Week beginning 16th October 2017

Year 3 have had a very exciting week this week as they took part in Lichfield Cathedral's Music Share concert on Thursday 12th October. They have been rehearsing their songs for the past five weeks and the concert was a brilliant success. Well done Year 3!

 

We have also been learning about Pablo Picasso in art this half term. We have learnt about his life and style as an artist, and here are some examples of our art work:

 

    

   

 Snorkelling

Addition and Subtraction

 divingDiving

 

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Lexie(a couple of months ago)

I absolutely loved making the Christmas trees everybody's worked so hard on them And hope you are looking forward to putting them on the tree