Welcome to Year 3!
3E - Mrs Emery
3HC - Miss Hodge/Mrs Capille
3C - Miss Chatwin
Please see below for latest Curriculum Letters.
Maths Enrichment Day: On 6th February, a group of Year 3 pupils from St Martin's took part in a Maths Workshop with children from Becket, Mendip Green, Milton Park, Worle Village and Lympsham Primary Schools. The workshop was led by Pete Hall a Maths Consultant. During the day the pupils worked together on various challenges. It was a fun filled day which everyone really benefited.
Year 3 Disco, on 30th January 2020 3pm - 4.45pm at St Martin's School. Fundraising Letter sent home, cost is £3 per child to include drink and snacks - payable via ParentPay (please see copy below).
Year 3 Christingle Service at St Martin’s Church: On Tuesday 17th December, Year 3 children, families and staff went up to St Martin's Church for a special Christingle Service. The children led the service and explained what the Christingle represents. The singing was beautiful.
The children all made Christingles at school which were lit. Thank you also to Rev Gilly Bunce for sharing the Church with us for this special event.
Year 3 Iron Age WOW Day 29th November: Year 3 had a fantastic day learning about the Iron Age. The children handled spears, swords, shields, animals skins and even chain mail! They also took part in warrior training.
The children thoroughly enjoyed the day and left with a wealth of knowledge about the Iron Age. A massive thank you to Matt from ‘Experience the Iron Age’ who made the past come to life for the children in Year 3.
Raise The Roof: On 27th November, Year 3 and Year 4 children from St Martin’s, Worle Village and Worlebury St Paul’s came together for ‘Raise the Roof’.
The children had learnt songs about saving the planet and created things to wear made out of recycling. They all performed beautifully! A big thank you to Anne Clough from North Somerset Music Service for teaching us the songs and leading the performance.
Tuesday 10th September 2019 - 3.15-3.45pm School Hall
Transition Meeting for parents/carers of Year 3 pupils in September 2019. (We have attached below a copy of the meeting slides to share with you).
Exmoor Zoo Workshop Visit: At the start of Term 5 Reception and Year 3 classes enjoyed a visit from Exmoor Zoo. Year 3 learnt all about tropical rainforest habitat as well as meeting some of the creatures. "I loved that we could see a scorpion up close and that it changed colour under an infra-red lamp." Emme L-N
The Exmoor Zoo staff both complimented on how well behaved all of the pupils were and they enjoyed their visit to St Martin’s School.
Chartwells Smoothie Workshop: Class 3C enjoyed a smoothie Workshop courtesy of Chartwells, our catering provider. They created unique smoothies using fruit and vegetables, some which they had never even tasted before! The children thought it was a great way to get some of their 5-a-day!
Warburtons Workshop: The Year 3 children participated in a ‘Healthy Eating and Sandwich Making Workshop’ provided by Warburtons. The children all learnt how to create the ultimate healthy delicious sandwich!
Year 3 Historical Walk around Worle: The Year 3 children had a wonderful walk led by Mr Champ and Mr Watts from Worle History Society. They walked the local area discovering what life was like many years ago! We were amazed to learn that there is evidence of Mesolithic living near the quarry.
Thank you to the parent and grandparent helpers who enabled us to do this interesting walk!
Year 3 Christingle and Carols St Martin’s Church 20th December: Year 3 led a wonderful Christingle Service at St Martin's Church yesterday evening. The children spoke beautifully explaining the story of the Christingle. Miss Jewell made the service extra fun wearing a memorable costume. Thank you to Rev Julie Fleming and the Church for making us all feel so welcome!
Iron Age WOW Day: On 9th November, the Year 3 children all enjoyed their Iron Age WOW day which formed part of their ‘Stone Age to Iron Age’ topic. The children had a visitor, Matt Russell, who talked about life in the Iron Age and put on a Warrior Training session.
In the afternoon the children designed Iron Age shields which they then painted. It was an amazing day for all the Year 3 children. Thank you again to our parents/carers for their creative costume making efforts and support.
Raise The Roof Term 2: Year 3 and 4 classes were joined by children from Becket Primary School to sing songs about ‘School Life’. The event was led by Anne Clough from North Somerset Music Service. This was a fantastic morning of singing together. The children had a thoroughly enjoyable morning and all sang beautifully.
Year 3 Bee Keeping: The Year 3 classes welcomed Fearne's Grandad, Dave, to talk to them all about Bee Keeping. They were fascinated by all the different facts he shared in addition to seeing protective clothing and seeing the bees themselves! What an amazing experience.
Why not read the Year 3 ‘Bee Amazing Fact’ books made by the Year 3 pupils coming to our school library soon.
Year 3 Egyptian Exhibition: The Year 3 children completed their Ancient Egypt Topic by holding an Ancient Egyptian Exhibition in the School Hall. Parents were invited to come along to school to share the Year 3 classes Egyptian models, hieroglyphics and artwork on Friday 20th July. Parents and visitors had an opportunity to browse the stalls before voting for their favourite stand. Thank you to our parent/carers for such a good turn out.
Art Week: Year 3
WEBSITES FOR LEARNING AT ST. MARTIN'S
Just a reminder about some of the websites we use at school to help children learn that you can also access at home!
https://play.edshed.com/login Spelling Shed
https://play.edshed.com/loginmaths Maths Shed
(pupils have their own log in name and password)
https://readingeggs.co.uk/ (pupils have log in details)
This website has links to lots of maths games that are both computer and tablet friendly- children can practise their counting and calculation skills.
Espresso online gives children access to useful resources to help them with their learning, covering a range of subjects. A reminder of log in details has been sent home via email to parents