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Tuesday 16th October
A great morning kurling for PE this week. Great team spirit and very competitive.
Friday 12th October
A fun session in science.
We have been learning about our body - Mohammod.
Food goes through our intestines and stomach - Olti.
The coke is the acid that in our stomach - Anna.
The water was our saliva - Franklin.
We learnt how food goes to our stomach and through the intestines - Parth.
We had to squeeze the food through the tights and squeezed out all the nutrients - Liva.
Thursday 11th October
We learnt that there are 27 bones in our hand - Anna.
If we didn't have a skeleton we would be a puddle of skin - Maja.
Wednesday 26th September
Friday 7th September
We have started the topic of place value today by looking at counting forwards and backwards in hundreds starting from different numbers.
Our first lesson in French was learning the song head, shoulders, knees and toes. Have a look at the videos of how well we did.
We have carried on our pop art theme and took our lesson outside for using the technique of printing. We will show you our finished work next week, but take a peek of the fun we had.
Thursday 6th September
Welcome back to a new year in year 3 where we have started our topic off by learning all about Pop Art. We have spent the first two days back at school starting a project using a variety of techniques to create our own Pop Art looking at the artists Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. If you do not know about Pop Art or fancy giving it a go yourself, on the curriculum page there is a document for you to have a look at.
To start the project off, we reminded ourselves on what onomatopoeia is. We came up with a class list of words that related to sounds and food and then practised using bubble writing. Once we had mastered the technique of bubble writing we created our first draft piece and then made alterations to make it even better, finishing it off using brightly coloured felt tip pens. Everyone was extremely proud of their first piece and can't wait to see it on display.