Class 3

Y1, Y2 & Y3 Mr Canadine will be running an after-school multi-sports club which will run on a Monday. The four sessions are: 15th, 22nd, 29th January and the 5th February, running from 3:15pm – 4:15pm. Prices: £4 (£1 per session) Payment should be made through ParentPay. Children from years 1, 2 and 3 are invited […]

This week Year 3 have been learning how kites fly and have made our own to test out! Do you know how a kite flys?

We have been learning how fossils are made, growing our own stalactites and visiting Castleton to find the secrets of its hillside.

Recently Class 3 have been investigating the effects different types of drinks have on enamel. We observed the jars each day and looked at the changes to the egg shell. We observed five jars each day and looked at the changes the drinks made to the egg shell.

Well done to all of these Year 3 children for reading every day in the 3-week reading challenge. Look how much fun we had at the special celebration event.

Year 3 children on our visit to the Frenchgate shopping centre in Doncaster.

Class 3 have created skyscapes of New York City, using charcoal for the buildings and dry powder paint for the background. Can you look carefully at these stunning pictures and spot the famous landmarks such as The Empire State Building and The Statue of Liberty?

Class 3 have been developing the balancing and dismounting skills in gymnastics using a range of apparatus. We are making excellent progress!

In year 3 we have been researching how building styles have changed throughout history. Year 3 children were challenged by captions and pictures, which they had to order correctly. Have a look at their finished timelines to see if you could have solved this tricky problem too?

After researching different bridge types, Y3 children have worked in groups to design a bridge, which will hold the greatest load, using 1 sheet of A4 paper, 5 paper clips, a ruler and scissors.

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