Wrens maybe small, but their inquisitiveness and perseverance enables them to be highly effective hunters. These cheerful characters are lively and outgoing, and as younger members of the Year 3/4 team, we also bring true determination and resilience to our learning.
This Terms Theme
'THE DAY IN THE LIFE OF A ROMAN '
This term we will be learning about the Ancient Romans and many different aspects of their lives. This will include looking at Roman settlements, Roman food and the many invasions of Great Britain.
(For more information about this term's theme, scroll down to our curriculum map)
P.E & Dance days
P.E. Days are Wednesday and Thursday.
Please ensure that your child has the correct kit in school all week. We will ensure that they are sent home at the end of every half term
Home Learning days
Home Learning will be handed out on a Friday and collected in on a Wednesday. This will give you the opportunity to explore aspects of your child's learning if you wish.
Tuesday 18th December - Year 3 Learning Celebration
Meet The Team
If there are any issues or concerns, please feel free to come in and see your teacher (Miss Johnson) or alternatively please contact a team leader (Miss Durnford, Mrs Sage or Mrs Foster).
This week we have been learning about our skeletons and the bones that make up our skeletons. We have been thinking about the importance of a skeleton and why we we need one. We were very excited by a news report that told us that archaeologist near Newton Abbot have made a discovery of Roman bones!
In order to help them put these bones in the right place, we have helped them by creating our own skeletons and labelling the different bones. We have also learnt a song to help us remember this!
First Day Back at School- Roman Day!
We really enjoyed starting our first day of Year 3 as Romans. During the day, we made and baked traditional Roman honey and ricotta tartlets and enjoyed eating these during our Roman banquet. We also got to design and make our own shields and found out some interesting facts about the life of a Roman.