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What are Year 3 learning about this term?
Children in class 3 have been learning all about Roman Britain. Children learnt about the changes from the Iron Age into Roman Britain and how the Romans changed Britain. At the end of our topic, class 3 received a ‘letter from the government’ saying that they were considering removing the Romans from the Primary curriculum. The children were outraged and thought it was totally unacceptable. The children wrote letters to the ‘DFE’ and then emailed them to Mrs Nicholls. The children were so passionate about keeping the Roman topic and produced some fantastic letters.
This half term, Year 3 have been learning all about rocks and soil. Every lesson has been fun and hands on. Our first sessions started by comparing and sorting rocks by their physically appearances. The children then took part in an erosion experiment. Children then used their coding skills to show how fossils are formed. We then looked at how soil is formed by creating our own edible soil pots.
This term, Year 3 will be learning about life in Prehistoric Britain. We will be looking at the changes from Stone Age to the Iron Age.
Also this term, Year 3 will be learning all about forces and magnets.
Whilst Year 3 have been at home ,they have been carrying out their own experiments. You will be able to see these soon on our class page.
This half term, class 3 have made a start on developing our school garden. All the children and staff in class 3 put on their wellies and gloves and started to clear the area. We cannot wait to see it transformed over the next term.
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FREE SCHOOL MEALS VOUCHERS
During the school closure, the Government is providing vouchers for families of children who are eligible for Free School Meals. To check if you are eligible, please visit Lancashire’s Free School Meals web page by clicking on the link button below.
If you think you meet the criteria, fill in the online form and let Mrs Fox know by emailing her, email@example.com