Class Teachers: Mrs Dayantis and Mrs Walls
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Wooller
Have a look below to see what we have been up to!
Welcome to Year 3’s Class Page
Mary Reader Cookery Demonstration
On the afternoon of 12th February Year 3 were very lucky to have a cookery demonstration and tasting session led by Mary Reader, Ian Hewitt, Susan Spooner and Katya Benedetto who are from Christchurch Food Festival Education Trust. The afternoon consisted of a demonstration and information on the healthy eating message. Mary and her team cooked food which came from different cultures and included a lot of local produce and a sugar free recipe.
We enjoyed watching the cooks preparing and cooking the recipes and then had fun tasting the different foods. These are the recipes that we tasted:
Spanish omelette with chorizo
Turkish Lamb Pilau
Spiced pork with stir fried vegetables
Sugar free spiced oat cookies
Please see the recipes for these dishes here: Primary School Cookery Days 2019
We were encouraged to try out all the different foods even if we thought that we might not enjoy them. Most of us liked all the different foods, especially the sugar free cookies.
Thank you Mary and team for giving us such an informative and fun cookery demonstration!
R.E. in Year 3
In R.E. Year 3 were asked to design a banner for peace. Please see this lovely example of their artwork:
Year 3 were also asked to recount the story of Samuel. Here is a lovely example of a pupil’s work:
Year 3 were also asked to retell the story of Zacchaeus. Here is another lovely example:
World Book Day
Year 3 had a fun day celebrating World Book Day and dressing up in their favourite book characters. We even had some extra activites in class linked to World Book Day which everyone enjoyed! Please take a look at our photos!
The children were very excited to see snow this term and Year 3 worked in teams to build their own snowmen! Well done everyone.
We are archaeologists!
In Year 3 we have been learning about the Stone Age. We thought about how people find out about the past when there is no written or photographic evidence. We learnt how archaeologists discover clues from the ground which helps us build up a picture of life in the Stone Age. We were set the task of excavating an ‘archaeological site to discover clues from the past. We found evidence of holes where posts would have been placed to create houses in one layer; we discovered flints which were used as tools or weapons. We had a lot of fun and learnt a lot about being an archaeologist!
We commemorated Remembrance Day with a special week last week. We learnt the poem, in Flanders fields and painted pictures to illustrate the poem. We thought about what the poem meant. We made poppies to decorate our special prayer table.
Mrs Wooller bought her rescue puppy, Sydney, into school this week. He was flown over from Cyprus to be adopted by Mrs Wooller and her family. We learnt a lot about Sydney and really enjoyed meeting him. Thank you, Mrs Wooller, for introducing him to us!
The children then produced some writing after Sydney’s visit. Please take a look at the work below: