Today, Year 3 dressed up as animals to celebrate Harvest. Don’t we all look amazing! We enjoyed our assembly learning about Send a Cow and how they positively impact lives in far away places like Uganda. We had a fun day!
Today, Year 3 took part in a whole school Art project. We are excited to see the end result. Year 3 made autumnal leaves which was very fun.
On Friday 8th October, Year 3 children and adults all wore yellow to raise mental health awareness, something which is particularly important at the moment!
Today, Year 3 were using their right to vote to select who they wanted to represent them in the Eco Council. They also voted for who they want to be a Rights Ambassador. We discussed the British Value of Democracy as we did this. Reps will be announced next week. I wonder who will be the Year 3 reps?
Say hello to some of the newest members of Year 3. We can’t wait to get to know all of you! We are going to have a fantastic year together!
Today was Break the Rules Day and the children enjoyed breaking a rule or two – many of them dressed as characters from one of our favourite books – Harry Potter.
Ahead of England’s huge game today, Year 3 showed their support by dressing in red and white. Come on England!
Year 3 did so well at our Sports Day and we all had so much fun in the sun! Well done Berry Meadow who pipped the other teams to Gold in a very evenly-matched day.
Year 3 dressed up in yellow and black for our Bee Day 🐝. In lessons, we learned how important bees are to our own survival and for a healthy world 🌎 . They enjoyed all the Bee Day activities and having a go at the quiz during assembly. 🐝🐝🐝
Well done to our first four Year 3 pen licences! Congratulations to Pippa, Molly, Amelia and Seth!