Welcome to Year 3
Woodpeckers and Kingfishers
Welcome to the Year 3 class page.
On this page you will find updates about our learning in Year 3, along with photos of our most recent work and some recommended websites. To find your newest weekly spelling list, please visit classroom.google.com
If you would like to contact the class teacher, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will reply as soon as possible.
Enjoy exploring our page and finding out what it is like to be a Woodpecker or Kingfisher!
Kingfishers' Class Teacher
Woodpeckers' Class Teacher
& Lower KS2 Lead
We have been particularly enjoying our Art lessons this term in Year 3. We have been inspired by the Autumnal weather and artists and sculptors such as Andy Goldsworthy and Richard Long. So far we have created Mandala patterns, drawn symmetrical leaves and made our own sculptures using natural materials.
We have also been fascinated by some of the changes we have been learning about in History. We are trying to find out how Burpham has changed since 1908 when our school first opened. This has involved taking a historical walk up Burpham Lane and handling artefacts from an Edwardian schoolroom.
Year 3 love learning outdoors, so we had a great time during Lower Key Stage 2's Outdoor Learning Day. We were challenged to be creative with pencils and pastels, we were inspired by a story called Cheeseman and we helped to plant 30 trees around our school grounds. Every child felt so proud with the impact of their work from the day.
Thursday 19th January was our Stone Age Day! Lots of us got dressed up and we invited Portals to the Past to come in and teach us what life was like in 800 000BC and beyond. Take a look at the photos below to see what we got up to!
The photos above show some of our work in History and Art.
These photos show some of the activities we took part in on Outdoor Learning Day.
We'd love you to continue some of your learning at home. Use the following websites, all of which are suitable for Year 3 children to practise a range of skills and subjects.
Games to practise your times tables and other Maths skills.
If you love reading why not try something different and incorporate an audio book into your free time?!
Try listening to some audio books. The BBC Sounds App has lots of free books and Audible has also released lots of free books: Audible
Collins Big Cat have some colour banded books for you to read online. https://ops.collinsopenpage.com/sso/login?service=https%3A//ebooks.collinsopenpage.com/wr/index.html&eulogin=true
CBBC have a book club where you can share books you have read and write reviews on them. https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/shows/cbbc-book-club
Test yourself, and your parents, with a book quiz. https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/quizzes/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMImrKf7oe_5QIVEsDeCh1zUwl4EAAYASAAEgIPePD_BwE
Use Purple Mash to practise your programming, algorithms, fun animation or branching database skills.
There are a range of activities and games you can play to practice your computing skills. Remember to always be SMART when working online...
Why not spend the time to carry on learning and consolidating all the Spanish you have learnt this year. You could also teach your family some spanish words :) Hola! Buenos Dias! Como Estas? Muy Bien! Adios!