Class News

Here is a great project idea for you to do at home to record what you were doing during Covid-19. It is a time capsule.

https://drive.google.com/…/1MaM2RBrqyDeyKFCG8impDgfuZ…/view…

If you don’t have a printer, you could make your own version by copying the titles onto your own paper.

There is also a new text for you on Myon.

Send any art, projects or work to us at

Year3group@alexandrajunior.co.uk

From,
Year 3

Year 3 weren’t able to perform our Easter assembly, but here is one of the songs that we were going to sing. Happy Easter.

In our topic lesson, we would have been learning about Stonehenge. Why not do your own research at home about Stonehenge? Feel free to email us with photos of posters or fact sheets.

 

https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/stonehenge/history-and-stories/history/

 

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/history/stone-age/stone-age-beliefs/

 

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/history/general-history/stonehenge-facts/

Year3group@alexandrajunior.co.uk

Spring Term

In Year 3 this term, we will be enjoying studying George’s Marvellous Medicine by Roald Dahl. After studying the chapters, the children will be retelling, innovating and producing many pieces of writing, based on the book.

During the afternoon sessions, the children will be developing their historical knowledge and skills through the topic of Stone Age. To enrich their learning and gain a further understanding of life in Stone Age times, Year 3 will attend a guided educational visit engaging in many exciting experiences: cooking, shelter making and producing stone age pots. Look out for our photographs on Facebook.

Year 3 will also develop their scientific skills through the topic of plants. Through the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, they will use observation over time, classifying and many more scientific skills. They will increase their knowledge in this area and learn which jobs are linked to a love of plants and flowers.

Also, as part of our curriculum this term, our pupils will be excited to compose their own music, take part in dance in their PE sessions and develop themselves through our PSHE topic of Dreams and Goals.

 

Autumn Term

In Year 3 this term, we will be enjoying studying Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl. After studying the chapters, the children will be retelling, innovating and producing many pieces of writing based on the book.

During the afternoon sessions, the children will be using their historical skills through the topic of the Ancient Egyptians and we will be welcoming a visitor into school for our Portals to the Past experience! During this day, the children will take part in many exciting and engaging activities and will develop their knowledge about the Ancient Egyptians. Within our topic work, we will look at mummification, daily life in Egypt and the legacy of the Ancient Egyptians.

Year 3 pupils will also develop their scientific skills through the topic of nutrition and the human body, in particular skeletons and muscles, through fun and practical sessions.

Grow a Rainbow

Why don’t you grow your own rainbow? Don’t forget to send us your photographs!

Click on the Grow a Rainbow to watch a video to show you how.

The Egyptians were at AJS with year 3! We were finding out all about Ancient Egyptian traditions, God’s and mummification process.

Year 3 have been using lots of equipment to subtract 2 digit amounts from a three digit amount. They have all created various representations to show how to subtract an amount!

Year 3 have been making collage pictures of Queen Nefertiti as part of their Ancient Egyptian topic.