The staff in 3F this year are Mrs Fisher and Mrs Cooper.
Well done to this weeks stars!
Spelling Shed Leaders
Well done to Hope for achieving our Positive Person award this week for Rocky Resilience.
Our current class read is:-
Books we have read so far:-
During Summer 2 we will be focusing upon History and exploring the Vikings. We will be learning where the Vikings came from, where they invaded, who the main people were and the inventions that they created.
Within our Science learning this half term we will be continuing to look at how plants grow by investigating the way water is transported and we will explore the parts of a flower. In RE we are continuing to find out about Hinduism so we will look at the importance of the River Ganges to Hindu believers. Then, in PSHE we are developing our understanding of relationships. In Writing, we will be writing a quest story based on the book "Arthur and the Golden Rope."
Click on the links below to watch videos linked to this learning and take a look at our knowledge organisers.
During Summer 1 we will be focusing upon the British value "Individual Liberty" and exploring this through the artwork of the artist Keith Haring. The question that we are exploring for this is "Who was Keith Haring?"
Within our Science learning this half term we will be exploring how plants grow and completing some investigations to explore this. In RE we are finding out about Hinduism so we can answer the question "Is Brahman in everything and everywhere? Then, in PSHE we are exploring relationships.
Mixing Colours in Art
We created our own colour wheels in Art by mixing the primary colours.
In Art, we explored how to use hatching and cross-hatching to shade. We sketched a mannequin in different poses and then shaded using hatching and cross-hatching techniques.
In Science, we recreated a seed using a paper model to explore seed dispersal. We tested these outside - it was lots of fun!
What are we getting up to in Spring 2?
Science - We are finding out about living things including humans. We will be finding out what we should do to keep our bodies healthy and how some of our muscles and bones work.
Geography - We are looking at two areas which are local to us and comparing their physical and human features as well as thinking about what it would be like to live there.
R.E. - We begin a new R.E. enquiry where we will learn more about Christianity and be asking, "What was good about Good Friday?"
Maths - We start this half term completing our work on multiplication and division, then move onto calculating with money and then do some work on statistics. The recovery part of our maths curriculum will focus on measuring time.
English - We start this half term by focusing upon improving our sentences using good adjectives to make our writing more persuasive.
Our knowledge organisers for this half term.
Science - We are finding out about forces and magnets. We will be investigating how magnets attract and repel each other and observing the way that forces can affect the objects they are acting upon.
History - We will be finding out all about the Ancient Greek Civilisation. We will find out about their culture of learning and how the things they discovered still have a huge impact on our lives today.
R.E. - We begin a new R.E. enquiry where we will learn more about Christianity and and asking, "Could Jesus really heal people?
Maths - We start this half term continuing our work on multiplication and division, then move onto calculating with money. The recovery part of our maths curriculum will focus on measuring time.
English - We start this half term by focusing upon extending our sentences using an increased variety of conjunctions.
We are asking the question: Can you be an atlas detective?
The children will learn about different countries in the world, with a focus on the United Kingdom. We will discuss the features and landmarks of the four countries in the UK, and learn where some of the major cities are.
🍃 Autumn 1 🍃
Science - We're asking "What types of rocks are there?" We want to know about the different types of rocks and how soil is formed.
History - A study of the Stone, Bronze and Iron ages. What was the difference between the Stone, Bronze and Iron ages? What was it like in Britain? What tools did they use? How did they live day to day?
R.E. - We begin a new R.E. enquiry where we will learn about Divali and what it means to belong. We will be introduced to Hindu beliefs about this celebration.
Maths - We start this half term looking at Place Value, then addition and subtraction.
English - We start this half term by focusing upon writing super sentences.
To help us to remember and make links in the things we are learning, we use knowledge organisers.
These are the ones we are using this half term.
Currently, we are writing sentences using conjunctions such as For, And, Nor, But, Or, Yet or So to extend our sentences. We use the mnemonic FANBOYS to help us remember these.
We are learning to write sentences using FANBOYS to describe the key events in the video "Gus". Follow the link to watch the video on You tube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJmA_UyfZLQ
Learning Journey - History
In History, we enjoyed the 'magical middle' of our focus on the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages by making our own Stone Age arrows. We brought sticks in from home and then used the hacksaw to saw a notch to hold a flint arrow head. We used string to hold this in place, then added feathers too.
Learning Journey - History
In History, we explored and learned about some of the tools that were used in the Stone Age. We made our own paper Stone Age axes.
In Maths, we have been working hard to catch up on our learning lost during lockdown and on Friday over the last few weeks we have been learning about directions. Today, we played a game helping Wally from "Where's Wally" to find lost objects by directing him using the maths vocabulary such as quarter turn half turn, full turn, left and right.
In Science, we have been observing and testing the properties of different types of rocks. We tested them by pouring water on them to see if they are permeable or impermeable Also , we carried out scratch tests on them to see how strong they were.
On Thursday afternoons we are enjoying Outdoor Education in the school grounds. This week we discovered some fairy dust and a letter from the fairies which told us that they had lost their belongings in the school grounds. We decided to help by finding as many as we could.