Collecting data (colour of cars on Messingham road) in a tally chart to draw a bar chart to show our results.
In maths, we have been learning to measure in mm, cm and m. To do this we have been using rulers, meter sticks and trundle wheels.
Mirroring each other as part of the warm up in PE.
Debating whether or not school should have a pond on the school field as part of our literacy work!
Using polydron and multi-link to solve problems.
Tasting different flavour muffins to decide what we wanted to put in our own muffins. The blueberry muffin is like marmite we either loved it or hated it!
Giving and following instructions to complete an obstacle course with your eyes shut.
Observational drawings of fruit
Year 3 have been doing observational drawing of fruit in our art lesson linking to our topic Scrumdiddlyumptious!
Year 3 using the outdoor learning area to help with literacy work!
Year 3 pretending to be archaeologists!
Year 3 Performing Poems Using Actions
Year 3 have been making their own Stone Age pots out of clay. They have researched Stone Age patterns to decorate the side of their pots.
Some year 11 PE students, from Fred Gough, have been coming in to our school to teach us PE.
We have been very lucky to have a cricket coach come into school to teach us. We have really enjoyed it!
In literacy we have been reading a story which links to our topic ‘Tremors’. Here are some photos of us acting out the story ‘Escape from Pompeii.’
During a maths lesson we did a carousel of activities all based around solving number puzzles.
We have been using chalk and paint to make our pictures of a volcano eruption. We had fun splattering the paint!
We were investigating the properties of different rocks.