This week in Willow class we have explored what our new topic is for the Summer Term – Ancient Egypt! We have been looking carefully at a range of artefacts from Ancient Egypt and discussing what they might have been used for and what they can tell us about the Ancient Egyptians. We are looking…
Hello Willow who are isolating at home. Here you can find our work for this week. We are also completing tests this week so please revise our previous learning (check previous posts or Teams for previous worksheets) Maths – unit and non unit fractions English
Tuesday English Tuesday Chilli Challenge Tuesday Adjectives Maths Theme Monday Maths 8.3.21 HA MA missing number balance equations English Monday Nouns Monday Chilli Challenge PE
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Many apologies if you missed assembly today. Please find a copy of the recording below: Thank you for your support in making the event a success! Congratulations to our winners!
This term on Wednesday afternoons Year 3 children in school are exploring and learning outdoors. Take a look at the photos below to see what we did this week. Don’t worry if you have been learning from home, when you return next week you will be able to join in on all the fun and…
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Happy St. David’s day to all that are celebrating. Have a look at the Newsround website for further information on who St. David was and why the day is remembered in Wales and around the country. https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/56237092
Good Morning Year 3, and welcome to another week of fantastic learning! Can you believe we are in March already? Today is St David’s Day which is a special day for people living in Wales and Welsh people around the World. Can you research and find out why they celebrate his feast day? Friday …