Class 3

Welcome to Class 3!
Termly Plans

We love reading in Class 3, whether that be independently or our class novels.
Working Walls
We create working walls in all subjects during lessons. Here's a small selection...
In maths, we value talking time, to make sure that we can discuss our ideas mathematically and explain our thinking.
Check out our collaborative investigative work.
We love our science, and learn in a variety of ways.
Do you like our digestive system replica?
Extra Curricular Activities
In the Summer term, we had a visitor from the Cricket Club, to give us a taster of the sport. Lots of the children were keen to join the club afterwards.
Hadrian's Wall Dance and Drums Workshop
Teachers from Haydon Bridge High School, came in to run a workshop, teaching us to play the drums and a dance like Roman soldiers. We are looking forward to performing this later in the year.
Whin Sill
For our topic enquiry, we have been answering the question 'How does Whin Sill impact on human features in the North East?' As part of this enquiry, we visited Whin Sill.
This year, we are learning to play the trumpet with Mr. Valence. How exciting!
Design and Technology
In the Autumn, we created posters using levers and linkages. The posters were encouraging the public to visit Lyme Regis, (where the subject of our class novel, Mary Anning, was from).
Here is our DT work, working to the brief: To design, make and evaluate a lunch-time product for a school trip to Whin Sill. We had to think about lots of factors such as healthy diets and practicality.
We love computing in Class 3. This year, we have even had the opportunity to use Ozobots!
We love coding. Check out our work on Scratch, in which were worked towards creating our own musical instrument.
Take a look at our incredible artwork!
During the Summer term, we have been practising printing, with the theme of Natural World. Check out our amazing work!
We get really into our class books in English, and most of our work in English lessons is based around this.
Check out our fantastic work on themes.
Religious Education
As a Church of England Primary School, we place great value on the teaching of RE. 
Here we are researching a Christian charity's mission, following our focus on 'The Parable of the Good Samaritan.'