In Year 3, we have loved learning all about the Stone-Age this half term. We have made our own Stone-Age tools, created rock art and completed a variety of engaging activities based around our book of the half term… ‘Stig of the Dump’. Our children retold elements of the story through drama, created their own additional chapters and wrote extracts from different characters perspectives! What a great half term of learning for Year 3!
We are looking forward to this half term, which will be ‘Romans’.
Please find below our knowledge organiser for the autumn term:
Year 3 Knowledge Organiser – Romans
Your homework is set every Thursday after school and should be completed by Wednesday evening. It will include reading, spellings and maths (TimesTablesRockstars). You can find your latest homework on Class Dojo.
Don't forget to read every night and once you have finished a book make sure you complete the quiz on accelerated reader!
Meet the Team
Welcome to Year Three/Four (Key Stage 2).
There are 5 classes in Year Three/Four; Apple, Damson, Chestnut, Hazel and Beech
||Miss L Harriman (Apple)
||Mrs M Judd (Damson)
Mrs N Smith (Damson)
||Miss S Powell
Mrs M Wainhouse (Apple)
Mrs L Rowe-Swaine
Miss J Churchill
What We Have Been Up To
Here you will find all the exciting things we have been up to recently.
Stone-Age rock art
Here are some photos of us creating our Stone-Age rock art. We collected materials from our forest and carefully designed patterns and symbols as a way of communicating. We also built our own Stone-Age tools which we thoroughly enjoyed! Just before half term, we re-enacted the Romans invading the Celts to introduce our new topic.
Life as a Roman
This half term we have thoroughly enjoyed finding out what life was like as a Roman! One of our favourite days was Roman Day where we dressed up and participated in a number of exciting activities. These included using Roman numerals to crack secret codes, researching life as a Roman school child and we designed and created our own mosaics! We also held our own Roman banquette where we tried a sample of Roman foods, including olives, mackerel and feta cheese. Would you like to dine as a Roman?
What a great half term of learning Year 3 - well done! We look forward to our next geography based topic exploring the mountains of the world.