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Hucknall National

CofE Primary School

Growing together in learning, love and faith

Year 3

Year 3

 

          

 

Welcome to the Year 3 page.

 

Home of Skylark Class with Mr Kenny and Nightingale Class with Miss Smith.

 

Our teaching assistant is Mrs Butler.

 

 

 

Please message us on ClassDojo if you need anything, we are more than happy to help! 

Meet the team.

Physical Education

Our P.E days this term are on Thursdays. Please send your children to school already dressed in their kits with jewellery removed. As the days get colder, please make sure they are dressed suitably. Grey or black joggers can be worn as can jumpers.

Long term Plan

Summer Term Topic 

Our topic for the Spring term is Groovy Greeks! 

 

This stimulating subject offers a fascinating exploration into the ancient civilisation of Greece, spanning from 1200 BC to 480 BC. During this topic, the students will be placing the Ancient Greek civilisation on a timeline to gain a better understanding of its evolution and key periods. Additionally, we will delve into the life and timeline of one of history's most renowned figures, Alexander the Great. By studying these aspects, students will develop a deeper appreciation of the historical significance and impact of the Ancient Greeks. In line with our topic, we are pleased to introduce the works of the artist Atta Kwami. Kwami's art provides a contemporary perspective on ancient Greek themes and culture, offering a unique fusion of past and present. Through studying his creations, students will be encouraged to explore artistic interpretations of ancient Greek concepts and themes, fostering creativity and critical thinking.

 

To bring our topic to life we have got an exciting day planned on Friday 19th April called Greek Day!

 

 

Religious Education

Times Table Rockstars

Effective understanding and recall of times tables is a fundamental element within Maths and the curriculum puts an expectation on having knowledge up to 12 x 12 by the end of Year 4.

At Hucknall National CofE Primary School, we expect the children to know the following times tables in each year group:

Year 1 – introduce counting in 2s, 5 and 10s

Year 2 – x2, x5, x10

Year 3 – x3, x4, x8, x11

 

What have we been up to? 

 

We created Christmas cards for a local care home. We did this so give hope and show love those around us in the community.

As a year group we created our very own flower arrangements to show thankfulness to volunteers that support our school.

As part of our spirituality project we created a poppy wreath. We also created poppies to sell and raise money for the Royal British Legion, we managed to raise £65 to support them.

We visited the local church to look at the Christmas Tree festival. We enjoyed singing in the Church and spent time reflecting as a class.

We created raffle boxes to support the Christmas fair and raise money for our school.

We visited Magna Science adventure Center in the Autumn term. The children loved exploring the various elements and applying their Scientific knowledge.

We took part in the Children in need Burpees challenge to raise money for others.

We took part in a Natwest Money sense workshop. This provided the children with key skills ton how to be smart with money.

Environment Agency visit.

Chocolate workshop

We have been planting in Year 3 ready for the Science fair.

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