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Welcome to Class 3 - Squirrels

Class 3 have celebrated Harvest and Autumn by learning a beautiful poem and drawing their own fabulous art. We hope you enjoy. They will be bringing their art home to give you a closer look. 

Autumn has arrived

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In topic we discussed the things we need to get a good sleep, how we should sleep, routines that should be in place to sleep and the importance of sleep on our body. We also looked at the five stages of sleep and practiced it in class. The children did this exceptionally well and although we were only pretending, I think I heard some snoring.


We have been working extremely hard to make our classroom look bright and informative. We thought you might like to see our displays and some of our work. We did our self-portraits in an Art lesson and followed a Draw with Rob video. This is the theme of our Art this term, learning how to draw in stages and accurately. Not only is it great fun, it is an excellent confidence booster. 


Book week has been great fun. We created our own potion, designed and made a wand, did some spooky drawing, listened to some exciting stories over zoom and much more. In topic we got to taste our menu we planned last week and we also did a Science experiment about the strength of our teeth. We have been drawing on the computer too. It has been such a fab week.

Enjoy our photos from the last two weeks.

Parent Presentation

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These are the staff who work in Class 3

Mrs A Minty    Class 3 Teacher (currently on maternity leave)
Mrs J Hilden   Learning Support Assistant

Curriculum Overview Year 3 - Term 1

Class 3 have settled into life in the juniors exceptionally well. They are really enjoying the independence of having their own tray, pencil case and choosing their own reading books for quiet reading. In our ‘Healthy Me’ topic lesson we got very mucky creating clay food.  They each made a healthy and not so healthy food. We then had the job of painting them. Wow we created some mess but had so much fun. In English, we have been busy reading and retelling ‘Voices in the Park’ by Anthony Browne. The children find the illustrations interesting and listening to me reading in silly voices, I can hear the giggles. Here are some photos of our week and what we have been doing. They really are a super class to be proud of.

Rapid Recall Card Year 3 Term 1

National Curriculum Spellings