Welcome to Year 3
Meet the Year 3 staff
|Miss Hillson||Miss Longley||Miss Burton||Mrs Webster||Mrs Haughton|
|Y3 Teacher||Y3 Teacher||Teaching Assistant||
D.T - Catapults
In D.T, we have been learning all about how the Romans used catapults in war. We learnt about 2 of the main catapults: the Onager and the Ballista. We then designed, created and evaluated our catapults. It was very tricky but we used our growth mindsets and even when it didn't work, we thought carefully about what we would do if we were to make it again.
This week has been maths week! We have taken part in a special maths carousel where we did four activities based on geometry. We learnt about 2D shapes, 3D shapes, angles and symmetry. We also had a maths lesson from Miss Varney where we investigated numbers based on the book ‘1 is a Snail, 10 is a Crab’. We love maths at DWE!
In history, we have been learning all about the Romans. Today, we learnt about Hadrian’s wall and read a poem all about it.
Year 3 have been working with Mr Doyle to create some collage tessellation art based on the artist MC Escher. It was very messy but lots of fun.
Today, Year 3 took part in a Pirate day to learn how to be the best pirates so that we can apply for a job on Captain Stubble's ship. We learnt about co-ordinates, directions, history of pirates and much more! We had the best day and we hope the pictures show that!
In school, we have celebrated Spanish Day. We had lots of fun learning about Flamenco dancing and even experiencing our very own Flamenco workshop. We also learnt all about Spain and enjoyed eating some Spanish food at lunchtime.
In science, we have been learning all about forces. We have learnt about pushes and pulls, frictions and magnets. We have completed experiments linked to friction and magnets. Our favourite was the magnets, where we investigated which materials are attracted to magnets.
Year 3 have made a fantastic start to the year and have been working extremely hard! In maths, we are learning all about number to 1000 and were using the base 10 to represent the value of the numbers.