Stone Age workshop
Year 3 and Year 4 enjoyed reliving some elements of the Stone Age this week when they participated in a Stone Age workshop. The children listened attentively and undertook Stone Age training with enthusiasm! They worked together as a large group and in smaller groups.
Pupils from all classes wore odd socks to school on Monday to celebrate 'we are all different' as part of Anti-Bullying week.
Geography - living close to a Volcano
The children worked in groups to work out the advantages and disadvantages of living close to a volcano. They listened well to each other and made some interesting points about the hazards or benefits of living close to a volcano. They presented their ideas to each other and recorded their findings in their books.
Year 3 trip to Soanes Centre
On Wednesday 9th November the children became scientists during our visit to the Soanes Centre in Mile End. They identified different rocks around the woodland park. They discussed the properties of different rocks and used the scientific language that they learned during our Rocks and Soils science topic work. they conducted two experiments and shared resources and listened well to each other. They were engaged, enthusiastic and very knowledgeable! Their behaviour was impeccable during the visit and on public transport. Well done Year 3!
Mary Anning - the life and work
The children worked in groups to research the life and work of palaeontologist Mary Anning, who was later to be known as the greatest fossil collector ever known. Her work is displayed in museums around the world. They listened to each other and made notes about her accomplishments and later they will then write a biography about Mary Anning.
A palaeontologist is a scientist who studies the history of life on Earth through the fossil record.
Year 3 Learning Gallery 2022 - 2023
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