Welcome to Year 3!
3E - Mrs Emery
3BH - Mrs Bassett/Miss Hodge
Please see links at the bottom of this page for the latest Curriculum Letters.
Egyptian Topic Term 5 and 6:
Year 3 have enjoyed learning about the Ancient Egyptians.
These are 3BH completed Egyptian Sarcophagus which the children have made during Term 6; they used templates to make a pattern, cut them out and learnt to do the backstitch! Then turned them inside out and stuffed them with the help of a rule! Finally, they decorated them with felt and beads.
We think they look fantastic! Well done 3BH!
As part of their learning during Term 5, Year 3 also designed their own Golden Cuffs like the Ancient Egyptian Pharaohs would have worn. They used cardboard tubes and decorated them with paper and string, before painting them in metallic paint and finally adding jewels!
Earth Day 22nd April:
Year 3 planned an experiment to see what everyday objects are biodegradable. A crisp packet, an apple core, a piece of paper, a piece of cardboard and a plastic cube were buried in school.
In a month's time, Year 3 will dig up the objects to see what is still there, and what has biodegraded.
They have made predictions and are looking forward to seeing the results!
DT Rainforest Project Term 3: Year 3 have shown so much creativity during their weekly Rainforest Project. The children have also shown resilience and perseverance when using Google Classroom, and the Year 3 Team are constantly amazed at the work that the children are turning in daily. Here are some of their fantastic creations.
To finish their learning on the Rainforests, the children followed video instructions to create a rainforest toucan, alligator or monkey. Year 3 have worked incredibly hard last term in school and online and their teachers are so very proud of all their achievements.
Iron Age WOW Day - Wednesday 2nd December 2020: As part of our 'Stone Age to Iron Age' Topic, the Year 3 classes had an amazing and exciting Iron Age WOW day. The children dressed up in fantastic Iron Age outfits, and experienced life in the Iron Age through various hands on activities.
They all practised their spear throwing skills using javelins on the playground, and also designed and decorated their own Iron Age spear tip and Iron Age shield using Celtic patterns as well as Iron Age pinch pots out of clay.
It was an incredible day enjoyed by all!
Iron Age Warrior Haiku Poems:
Classes 3E and 3BH have been busy writing their Haiku poems which follow a strict set of rules that the children have followed successfully.
They have completed some absolutely fantastic poems using amazing, descriptive vocabulary.
Well done Year 3!
National Anti-Bullying Week: It was wonderful to see so many children wearing their odd socks today to help us raise awareness and celebrate ‘Odd Socks Day’. We also held a special virtual assembly for National Anti-Bullying Week.
These children made their own bullying stop signs which they’ve put in their classroom windows.
During the first weeks back at school all the children have been taking part in a project based on ‘Here we Are’ - a book by Oliver Jeffers. Their final task was to write notes for planet earth giving advice to anyone who lives here. We used them to create these displays in Year 3.
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Maths Enrichment Day 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.
Raise The Roof - 27th November 2019: 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.
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 and Maths Shed
(pupils have their own log in name and password)
Times Tables Rock Stars: (pupils already have their own log in 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
Username: student3749 Password: stmartins
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.