Welcome to the Class 3 page...
Welcome to the Class 3 page. Take a look at what we have been learning and if you want to leave us a comment then please do so...we'd love to hear from you!
This week class 3 have been taking part in a science experiment where we used friction surface to make a paper clip float in water. We created a chart to record our findings and made sure it was a fair test by using different factors such as size, colour and shape.
It took a lot of trying but we managed to do it!
We have also been looking at pronouns in GPS and have changed sentences to add them into our work.
W/C 05th June 2017
This week class three have been reading about politics and have debated our opinions.
In maths we have used tally charts to find out what seasons we were born in, then we used the data to create a bar chart.
We are all looking forward to "Milefields got talent" on Monday!
This week class three have been working on assessments and they have all tried so hard! In between this we have been concentrating on adding suspense to our stories and learning them off by heart through drama and actions!
We have also taken part in sports activities where we enjoyed practising lots of exercises and cheering each other on!
Well done class 3, enjoy your school holiday!
This week we have been concentrating on Egypt and have designed our own pyramids! We have also started to look at mystery stories, our first story is about an adventure in the Egyptian tombs. We have started to learn the actions which we will be using to help us write our own mystery stories. We have also had a go at writing our names in Egyptian hieroglyph!
This week class 3 have been researching different news stories to help us write our news papers articles. We used sticky notes to pick out key information and then became a news line for our friends to read.
In maths we have been looking at 1D, 2D and 3D shapes and we made nets into boxes!
We have continued to look at the world concentrating on countries and have started a name the flag tournament. Tyler is currently in the lead!
This week class 3 have been looking at countries of the world. We used an atlas to find different countries and continents and then chose a country to make the shape of in our groups.
In literacy we have become news reporters, interviewing each other and designing our own newspapers and have also been using a computer to research news around the world that we can use.
Star of the week is Macey for amazing literacy work.
This week class 3 received a newspaper article called "Pirate Press" telling us that Captain Jelly Belly is shipwrecked on a tropical island! We were challenged to create a new pirate ship that he could sail around the world on. We are also using this to write in a journalistic style about news around the world.
This week class 3 had another visit from Captain Jelly Belly. He left us words to search for in the dictionary which helped us to discover a special treasure map! We then followed the map using our compasses and turns to find a special surprise!
We have also been designing our own maps and plotting co ordinates (using an X and Y axis) and using adverbial phrases in our GPS lessons.
This week class 3 enjoyed our trip to the Cooper Gallery where we sketched our favourite paintings from the gallery, looked at the way Picasso used printing and even made some prints of our own!
In class we have had a visit from Captain Jelly Belly the friendly pirate! We enjoyed following his hidden clues outside (even if he did make us jump at first) and found a special letter left on the X! We are now planning our letters to write back.
Our stars of the week are Molly and Connor for fantastic handwriting!
Class 3 have been working really hard on assessments this week and have shown some great progression in all areas!
However on Friday we had a fabulous fun day, taking part in Red Nose Day activities and painting our Kandinsky inspired pictures to take on our trip Monday.
Our star of the week is Summer for fantastic letter writing!
This week year 3 have been looking at pirates. We have used computers to research famous pirates from the UK. We have also had our own debate on whether or not we think pirates are real.
We have also been looking at Grimethorpe and spent a lesson outside sketching the areas we could see.
Class 3 have started observing clouds too and we can name and recognise up to 3. Our stars of the week are Adrian, Vanesa and Charlie.