Map Skills

Dahl Class have been busy this afternoon using their map skills to discover lots of facts about Italy. Did you know that there are 20 regions in Italy? We also found out that each region has its own flag and capital city. Italy is a peninsula, which means that it is mostly surrounded by water, with only some of its border being connected to the mainland.

Half Term Key Skills

Please see below the key skills for half term. For the additional task you can choose how to present your information. You could design a poster, write some paragraphs for an information book or record your ideas in a mind map.

When we come back after half term, P.E. will be on a Wednesday and Thursday. Both sessions will be outside.

Have a lovely half term.

Frontier Trip Pictures

Whilst the children were having a fantastic time, the staff tried very hard to capture it all. We have between us over 700 photos! We have put these into 4 sways for you to view. As the children were grouped across the classes, and then different groups worked together you will find the most photos of your child under the group number Sway.

Group 1 (Mrs Holland/Mrs Phelps) and Group 4 (Mrs Denby) were together

Group 2 (Miss Slizys) and Group 3 (Mrs Chisholm) were together

We hope you enjoy them

The Year 3 Team

Group 1      Will be added on Monday

Group 2      https://sway.com/2nD1qfjZ9mkVChdD?ref=Link

Group 3      https://sway.com/4LX23xwtGXn28np7?ref=Link

Group 4      https://sway.com/JF3fkQq4N2MCEGlA?ref=Link

Bedtime!

After a delicious tea, we quickly changed into our party gear ready for the disco. Party games completed we got ready for bed, before a bedtime story (or two!). Now we are all tucked up in bed, and all asleep – well we’re all quiet at least! 

Easter Key Skills

Apologies if you have had difficulties in accessing the link. I hadn’t ticked the box to allow anyone with the link to respond – oops!

Should work now …

Happy Easter! We have had a very busy term with lots of great learning. To finish our RE learning, read the information sheet about the Easter story (this is in your key skills book) then complete the questions below. Some will focus on your comprehension (basic understanding of the text), some will be inference based (guesses you have made using clues from the text) and some will be about the structure and language used in the text. Good luck!!

Please note, the answers which require a word/sentence response might show as incorrect if you haven’t used the identical words submitted by us. Check carefully and if your answer means the same as our response then award yourself a mark.

 

 

How did we do?

This afternoon, Mrs Denby’s class from last year came to visit Dahl Class. We showed the Year 5’s our moving monsters and they helped us evaluate our work on them. We had some questions to answer, as well explaining to the Year 5’s what was special about our them. After, we went to Year 5 to see the artefacts they had made as part of their Vikings topic. They wowed us with their Viking knowledge!

Easter Key Skills

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Happy Easter! We have had a very busy term with lots of great learning. To finish our RE learning, read the information sheet about the Easter story (this is in your key skills book) then complete the questions below. Some will focus on your comprehension (basic understanding of the text), some will be inference based (guesses you have made using clues from the text) and some will be about the structure and language used in the text. Good luck!!

Please note, the answers which require a word/sentence response might show as incorrect if you haven’t used the identical words submitted by us. Check carefully and if your answer means the same as our response then award yourself a mark.