Browne Class Year 3

Welcome to Browne Class!

 

Welcome to Year 3! I hope you have had a wonderful summer holiday and are ready for a fantastic year! Please explore our class webpage to see all the exciting things you will be learning in Year 3. 

 

We will be returning to school on Thursday 2nd September 2021. Our start time will be will be 8:45am and school will end at 3:20pm each day. Your entrance and exit to the school will be at Gate B (the carpark). I will be there to collect you each morning and send you home to your adults at the end of the day. 

 

We have P.E. every Thursday. Please have your child arrive wearing a dark tracksuit and trainers which they can wear for PE. If possible please ensure that your child's hair is tied up and earrings are removed.

 

Homework is due on Thursdays and will be given out every Friday. 

 

We hope you have a brilliant time in year 3 and we are looking forward to seeing you all. If you have any questions please come and see us.

Miss Newman and Miss Miles

A Message from us to you...

We participated in Bollywood dancing to celebrate Diwali.

We used an atlas to explore Skara Brae

We have been using place value counters to help us with addition and subtraction

We tried and compared different UK and Caribbean fruit

In science we have been creating models of different fruits and vegetables

We have been planting seeds to grow in the allotment

In English we have been creating freeze frames for parts of our book

We have been exploring fractions in maths

We have been using dictionaries to find the meanings of different words

We create masks inspired by the ancient Mayas

We have been recreating some of Claude Monet's artwork.

Children's Mental Health Week

We have been looking at how to make shadows in still life artwork

Merry Christmas from all of us!

In gymnastics we have been using our bodies to balance and stretch.

We have created Stone Age cave paintings to represent ourselves.

We have been designing and creating backgrounds and characters for an animation on scratch.

We used atlases to explore Skara Brae