This week we have enjoyed reading using VIPER skills and dramatising chapters from Ted Hughes ‘The Iron Man.’ Next week we are looking forward to presenting our own stories about the Iron Man and a possible sighting of him at Steel Stella on the pier! Mrs Stephens.
Year 3, along with the whole school, were memorised by the playing and talk given, by locally born yet internationally acclaimed cellist, Kate Ellis. Next week we are looking forward to using our VIPER powers further, whilst studying ‘The Iron Man’ by Ted Hughes.
This week we have enjoyed making models of volcanoes as part of our Geography unit. Next week we are looking forward to erupting our volcanoes in Science safely in the playground!
This week we have been working hard at becoming times tables champions in 2x, 3x, 4x and 8x. Next week we will see who has made it to become our times table champion. Mrs Stephens.
This week we have been designing and advertising our own Christmas toy or game using persuasive writing as part of our English lessons. Next week we will be preparing to perform beautifully to parents, carers, grandparents and friends at our Christmas concert. Mrs Stephens.
This week we have enjoyed sharing the wonderful Home Learning on hibernation. We have also thought about where and why animals hibernate (or torpor). Next week we will introduce the concept of migration. we will also be looking at the Christmas story in readiness for our celebrations on Thursday, 14th December at St Paul’s Church. […]
This week we welcomed ‘5 Live’ to Holland Park School, encouraging children to learn an orchestral instrument through observing, listening and playing various instruments. Next week we are looking forward to developing our musical notation skills during our Stage 1 glockenspiel course in Charanga. Mrs Stephens.
Year 3 celebrated History Day this week by sharing their knowledge of life in Stone Age times, making models of Stonehenge, designing their own cave paintings and ordering time lines of the main chronological events. Next week Year 3 is looking forward to studying how volcanoes happen and how they have effected the rocks around […]
We have been celebrating Science day this week, culminating our study on rocks, fossils and the palaeontologist, Mary Anning. We are looking forward to a history day next week and celebrating everything we have learned about the Stone Age – with lots of practical activities.
This week we have been learning about the amazing palaeontologist Mary Anning who discovered her first fossil, Ichthyosaur, at the age of 12. After half term we will discover how fossils are formed. Mrs Stephens.