This half term, as part of Year 3’s ‘Healthy Me’ topic, Year 3 will be visited every week by OneLife Suffolk, who will be delivering sessions on being healthy. Session 1 was all about the body and what is in the body!
In computing this week, we have been developing our coding skills. We have been developing the game ‘Angry Birds’ using our debugging skills. Click the link to see what we have been doing!
We are becoming computational thinkers in Year Three; today we spent time coding and debugging and did not want to stop at the end of the lesson! It was good because we could pick our own level of challenge. Have you tried any coding recently?
This week, Year 3 have been using the ipads to research facts about healthy eating! Click on the links to see what we’ve been learning!
We have started the New Year as we mean to go on in Year 3, and that means trying our best in the Golden KM each day! Our new topic is ‘Healthy Me’ and we are excited to find out more ways to stay fit and healthy.
In Mandarin this week, we have been learning numbers 1-10. We played lots of fun games and also had a go at making our own number cards!
Haojia, Harry and Noah completed a 1.5 km run at Chantry Park. Well done boys!
Riagan won Gold in the Manchester Youth Karate Open Championship and first place in the MEOPHAM Open Championship. He says his success is done to perseverance and never giving up when training is hard. Well done!
Year Three went on a visit to St Michael’s Church in Martlesham this week to learn more about how Christians celebrate Christmas. We heard about the journey Mary and Joseph made, created presents for baby Jesus and made promises to be kind to each other. Thank you to everyone that helped us learn!
Last week, Year 3 went back in time to the Stone Age for the day! We watched fires being built, plucked a pheasant, looked at real fossils and artifacts from the Stone Age and even had a go at some jobs from the Stone Age. We learnt so much and had a great day too.
In computing this week, we have been using the computers and iPads to research the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. Follow the links to see what we have been learning!