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Rugby Day

Some children from Y3 took part in a Rugby Festival at the John Charles Centre. We had a super day learning new skills and a new sport.

Rugby Day
D Side Visit

Dave from D Side came to talk to Year3 about the dangers of smoking.

D Side Visit
Plants

We have bee learning about plants in Y3, what the different parts are, and what they need to grow. As part of our work, we have set up several investigations as well as planting out own seeds. We found that cress doesn't need soil to grow! As part of our work on instructions, we grew and made sandwiches out of our cress. We enjoyed eating these sandwiches (some more than others!)

Plants
Year 3 Gymnastics

Year 3 had a fabulous morning taking part in a carousel of gymnastics activities. We worked alongside other local schools to showcase what we have been working on.

Year 3 Gymnastics
Stone Age

We have had lots of fun learning about life in the Stone Age. We used the book 'UG' to think about how we could make life better for him. We found out how life was different in the Stone Age, they didn't even have TV's! We used materials found in nature to create cave art, and we designed and made Stonehenge using biscuits. Yummy!

Stone Age
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3M's class assembly

Thank you to all of the parents who came to watch our assembly. We enjoyed having you in the audience whilst we showed what we have bee covering this year.

3M's class assembly
Chocolate rocks

W had fun learning about the three different rocks types. We used chocolate to reproduce how metamorphic, sedimentary and igneous rocks are created. e eve got to eat our creations afterwards!

Chocolate rocks
WW1 walk

As part of our WW1 topic fortnight, we went for a walk down Tow Street to see how it has changed over 100 years. We were surprised to find that it hasn't changed all that much.

WW1 walk
Author visit

As part of our WW1 theme week, we had a visit from children's author Robert Bullock. His latest book is set in WW2. He read extracts from his book and our challenge was to continue the story through a radio broadcast.

Author visit
Leeds United coaching

We have now begun our games coaching through Leeds United. We will be learning lots of new skills to enable us to play a variety of invasion games. These coaching sessions will take place on a Tuesday morning.

Leeds United coaching
Badger Wood

We spent time looking at Badger Wood and the problem that its residents are faced with. A new road is to be built!!!!! We researched which animals would live in the wood and thought of the different reasons why the road should not be built. Can we save Badger Wood?

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Diwali, the festival of lights

In celebration of the Hindu festival of lights 'Diwali', we spent a day making Diva lamps, creating our own Rangoli patterns, researching the festival, and sampling some of the treats that would be eaten at this time of the year.

Diwali, the festival of lights