Welcome to Class 3!
Mrs Grant, Miss Mackay, our Teaching Assistants and all the children welcome you to Class 3! Miss Mackay teaches Monday to Wednesday and Mrs Grant teaches on Thursday and Friday.
Our topics this year are:
Autumn term - Bella Italia!/War and Peace/Here Come the Romans!
Spring term - Down the River Nile
Summer term - What's on the Inside? (My Amazing Body!)
Further information about the National Curriculum can be found by clicking here. Please ask Mrs Grant or Miss Mackay directly if you require further information about what is covered in this class.
The children are enjoying lots of exciting learning opportunities, which we will share with you via Class Dojo or this page. Please see Class Dojo for up to date class and individual stories and photographs about our learning. Our Class Guide and Key Aspects planning information can be found below.
Take a look at what we got up to last year...
We loved our Summer term topic, 'What's on the Inside?', learning about our amazing human body, including the skeleton, muscles and digestive system. Our friendly skeleton 'Mr Bones' became a fascinating member of our class!
We really enjoyed learning about Ancient Egypt in our topic, 'Down the River Nile',
finding out all about the amazing engineering behind the pyramids and the importance of the River Nile, as well as exploring hieroglyphs and making Ancient Egyptian death masks. We had a great visit to the Bristol Museum, where we explored the Ancient Egyptian gallery and participated in a workshop handling different artefacts. We also had a fantastic enrichment day to end our theme and all dressed up as Ancient Egyptians. It was great fun competing in teams for the best wrapped mummy and tasting food that the Ancient Egyptians would have eaten.
We also had great fun in 'Cinderella Week', with a range of literacy activities and other cross curricular lessons and workshops
English: newspaper reports Paired reading
Investigating rocks and soils in Science...
Enrichment visits to Caerleon.... ... and Bristol Museum
Hands on learning in Maths