Last week we had a wonderful time visiting St Michael’s Church to learn about the Easter story. We listened to the story and took part in different activities to help our understanding. Thank you to all our helpers!
3B took part in a Science workshop lead by Supernova Scientists! We tested how different liquids can make different colours based on how acidic or alkaline they are!
This half term in Science, Year 3 have been learning about forces. We set up an experiment using cars, ramps and different materials to test out friction! Here’s our experiments in action!
Premier Sport visited year 3 to teach us about musical theatre and dance! We learnt a routine to The Greatest Showman, then we created our own routines!
Year 3 visited St Michael’s Church in Martlesham. We took part in lots of activities, run by the volunteers there, to learn all about Christians beliefs at Easter time!
As part of our Ancient Greek topic, Year 3 created their own Greek Salad. We learnt what goes into a Greek Salad, and wrote our own instructions on how to make one!
As part of our mission to help nature, Year 3 got our gloves on and went on a litter pick around the school! We learnt about how litter picking can help the local community and reflected on where we should always put our litter!
As part of Science Week, we took part in a Supernova Scientists workshop! We tested different liquids to find out if they were acid or alkaline. We found out we could tell which was which by the colour the liquid turned and investigated what patterns we noticed.
In science, we have been learning about forces. We investigated friction as a force by creating ramps made of different materials. We measured the distance a toy car travelled when going down the different ramps. We enjoyed coming up with our own scientific questions to test!
This half term, with Mr Betts, Year 3 are developing their dodgeball skills. This week, we have been developing our throwing accuracy using the dodgeballs!