Year 3

Meet the Creatures

Tuesday morning started off a little unusual for us. Year 3 and 4 were expecting these visitors but the whole school was also lucky enough to join in with the experience at an extra-ordinary assembly. 

Read more March 21st, 2019

Year 3/4 rainforest Geography

We’re writing reasons why companies should either continue or stop chopping down the rainforest.

Read more March 7th, 2019

Year 3 and 4

Today we have been learning about how to keep safe on the internet and strong, secure passwords. For example OIw7Yo that stands for once I was seven years old.

Read more March 7th, 2019

Year 3 and 4 World Book Day: Where the Wild Things Are

Today we have been learning about the story ‘ Where the Wild Things Are. We have had to re tell the story in order and then draw a map of the all of the places that Max went.  We are looking forward to learning a dance based on the story now. By Nuala, Christina, Alicia […]

Read more March 6th, 2019

Today’s English lesson in Year 3 and 4

Today , we have been writing about the Amazon Rainforest in English. In this we have put a dilemma about if they should stop cutting down the trees or carry on. A dilemma is when someone has two choices and have to pick what is the right thing to do. We need to include lots […]

Read more February 15th, 2019

Year 3 and 4 News

In music we have been learning about reggae music. We have been focusing on Three Little Birds by Bob Marley. Today’s learning challenge was: Can you compose a short piece of music, using the notes c and d, that will fit in the instrumental part of the song? This group went the extra mile and […]

Read more February 10th, 2019

Year 3 Fundraisers

We organised a book sale at St Joseph’s Tearooms. We made £10 to give to CAFOD. We think we might use the money to buy a chicken or a goat.

Read more January 30th, 2019

Year 3 and 4 News

We have been busy scientists. We have investigated how high we need to drop a ball at, to be heard from 5 metres away. We have predicted how high it will need to be to be heard from that height. We found that below 30 cm the ball couldn’t be heard.

Read more January 25th, 2019