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Year 3

Welcome to Year Three!

Our Classes are Dahl (Class 8) and

Simon (Class 7)

Our Teachers are:

Mrs Murray and Mrs McGregor.

Other people who help us are:

Mrs Sewell, Ms Smethurst, Mr Trantum,

Mrs Amos and Mr McIntyre.

Monday 15th October

We are really excited to be performing the Harvest Assembly this Friday and have been doing lots to prepare for it. We have been busy learning our lines and the lyrics to our songs, making leaf pictures and even creating self portraits using fruit and vegetables! 

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Did you receive your postcard?

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Place Value Maths

Place Value Maths 1 We used Place Value Counters to represent numbers.
Place Value Maths 2 We used Base Ten to represent numbers.

English Role Play

English Role Play 1 We acted out the story of "Grandad's Secret GIant"

Writing Play Scripts

Writing Play Scripts 1 We worked hard to write our scripts

27th September 2018

Democracy in Year Three!

 

We held our elections for our Class Councillors who will represent us on the School Council. First we listened to campaign speeches from all the candidates. 

We set up a polling station outside the classroom and had two returning officers who issued the ballot papers. We voted in a voting booth and placed our votes in a ballot box. When everyone had voted the votes were counted. Congratulations to our elected representatives, Daniel and Mia.

 

 

 

Speeches from our Candidates

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Simon Class Candidates

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Our Polling station

European Languages Week

This year our focus country was Croatia. Year Three learned about a famous landmark outside Diocletian's Palace in Split, Croatia.

The statue is of Gregory of Nin who was a 10th century Bishop. He wanted church services to be held in the language of the people and not in Latin. He is a symbol of Croatian heritage and culture. The statue was made be Croatian artist, Ivan Mestrovic. 

Two children dressed up and posed like the statue and we drew pictures of the statue. We concentrated very hard. Here is some of our work!

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