Terrific tools!

Terrific tools!

The Stone Age was a time in history when early humans used tools and weapons made out of stone. Those tools were simple but they made lives easy. Have a look at some of the truly terrific tools we have made as part of our Homework Learning journey in Year 3 this...
The first artists in the world

The first artists in the world

Thousands of years ago, people painted in very different places! They actually created paintings on the walls of deep, dark caves. Some of these paintings have been preserved over time, and help us to discover more about ancient people. To learn about the first known...
Homework Heroes

Homework Heroes

This week has started with some amazing homework. Wow is the only word we can use to describe all the amazing pieces of homework we have received so far. Year 3 have made us extremely proud with the effort they have taken over the half-term holiday to really kick...
Paint me a poem

Paint me a poem

‘When you look at a painting, let the dancing begin.’ This term Year 3 have been writing their own poetry linked to our Geography Topic of Volcanos. As authors of poetry we have learnt that all we need is a love and curiosity for words: the sound they...
Exploding Volcanoes

Exploding Volcanoes

As part of our Geography topic Year 3 have enjoyed creating our own volcanos! In D&T we used plastic bottles and papier mache to create the structures before exploding them! Volcanos are some of the most powerful forces shaping the Earth. Eruptions spew molten hot...
Starburst Rocks!

Starburst Rocks!

This half-term in Year 3, we have been learning all about rocks.  We found out that there are three main types of rocks:  Sedimentary, Metamorphic and Igenous.   To make things a little more interesting and to help with our understanding of how they are formed, we...