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Welcome to the Year 3 class page. The children are enjoying lots of new activities now they are in Key Stage 2. Please visit our class page regularly to follow our learning jouney and see the curriculum statements in action!

 

Best wishes,

Mrs. Bloor, Mrs. Roach and Mrs. Crosby

Spring curriculum statement

Come and See

The children created dramas to show the how the advice from St Paul in his letters is lived out in a loving family.

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Design and Technology

 

During our 'Be a baker' topic, the pupils have investigated how bread is made and they enjoyed carrying out taste tests to explore varieties found around the World. They have learnt how bread can be included in a healthy and varied diet. After designing their own bread product, the children worked safely and hygienically, with an expert cook, to make their bread dish. They then successfully evaluated their product. 

 

 

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Come and See

 

Year 3 explored trees and symbols to create their own Jesse tree. A Jesse tree is a traditional way that Christians remember we are drawing near to Christmas. It represents the family of Jesus.

 

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Breakfast With Santa

Arts Week

To celebrate the return of the Giants to Liverpool, Year 3 created observational drawings of Liverpool landmarks to add to a pictorial map of Merseyside, showing the route of the Giants. We visited  the Palm House in Sefton Park to learn more about this beautiful Grade 2 listed building and the plants it houses. We developed our artistic skills and explored the park for signs of autumn.

History

We studied artefacts to find out about changes in Britain during the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age.

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