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Maths Frame – Multiplication Check Quiz
Year 3: 2022 - 2023
Art: Henri Matisse inspired collages
Check out our Henri Matisse inspired collages! We have learnt aboout how to make different shapes from paper, using Henri Matisse's method of work. Can you find any of the shapes in some of the pieces of work:
- geometric shapes - positive shapes
- negative shapes - natural shapes
- stylised shapes
Spring 2: Mini-Projects
Check out some of the amazing creations from this half term's Mini-Projects homework. The children were keen to show off their pieces: 'Easter in a Box', an Easter wreath, Stone Age inspired cookies, collages on a theme and even some French labelling activities.
Sing it, Hosanna!
Here is a recording of Sing it, Hosanna from our Palm Sunday Assembly to start of the events of Holy Week,
Flower Bed: Forest School
A huge thank you to the boys who volunteered to work with Grandad Dave to build this raised flower beg for outside Year 3. Cutting, measuring, sawing, hammering and using power tools. Great Job boys!
Seeds have been sowed and now we wait.
We hope you enjoy the photograph frames the children have brought home. They have taken a lot of care to measure, cut, construct and paint their photograph frames.
Our first collage attempts! Year 3 were challenged to create an animal collage using off-cuts of paper. They had to think about shape, size, colour, over-lapping and layering pieces of paper without drawing the shapes they wanted. Check out our pieces below.
STOP THE PRESS!!!
Check out Year 3's magazine covers from our Digital Media unit in Computing. The children have applied all their skills from this unit to create these amazing and eye-catching covers.
Skills applied: editing templates (placeholders and colour), inserting texts and images, editing text (font, size, orientation and colour) and editing images (size, orientation and cropping).
One of our English units this half-term has been based on discussions. In class we have learnt about the features of a discussion text, identified points for and against a discussion point, as well as using supporting statements and logical connective phrases and words to develop reasons. We have discussed:
- Should children be allowed to set their own bedtime?
- Is it better to be an adult or a child?
- Should children have to wear a uniform for school?
Check out this half-term's Mini-Projections from the class. We have had a beautiful collection of volcanoes and fossils made by some children to link into their Science, as well as some structures for Design & Technology and biomes in a box for our Geography unit!