Welcome to Willow Class with
Miss Fisher and
Take a look at what we have been up to in Year 3 so far...
This half term we are reading the Michael Morpurgo book, Toro! Toro! Today we had a visit from Uncle Juan, the hero matador of Spain. We talked about whether we think bull fighting is a good or bad thing. After lots of discussion and interviewing Uncle Juan, we were able to persuade him that bull fighting is cruel and that he could dance with the bulls in the Corrida without hurting them.
We learnt about the Roman Empire. In English we read Romans on the Rampage by Jeremy Strong.We have immersed ourselves in the life of Croakbag, and his Roman family. We had chariot races, visitors who told us about being a Roman slave, and even held an anti-slavery protest.
We went to the library and had a great time learning about different types of books and how to order them alphabetically. We also went to Mersey Road, to sketch observational drawings of the new bridge. Take a look at our fantastic art.
It's Good to be Green
In Year 3:
- We walk around school at all times.
- We look after our property.
- We try our best at all times.
- We listen when other people are speaking.
- We are honest.
- We are kind and helpful.
- We are gentle. We keep hands feet and objects to ourselves.
Keep up to date with what your child is doing in school by taking a look at our half termly overview.
Did you know your child can wear there own clothes to school on their birthday? If your child's birthday falls at the weekend then they can wear their own clothes to school on the Friday or Monday.
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The children love it when Tig visits our classroom. Tig is our wonderful school dog. He has a 'Tell Tig' postbox, where the children can post him a letter or picture. He even sends a letter back!
Times Tables Rock Stars helps children to learn their times tables in a fun and exciting way! It is very important that we learn our tables in Year 3.
In Year 3 children should be working on their Maths Passports. These are the green Maths cards that were sent home. Children should be working on:
- 60 seconds=1 minute
- 365 days in a year
- 366 days in a leap year
- How many days are in each month
- 3 x table
- 4 x table
- 8 x table