Welcome to 3Robins' Class Page 2022/23

 

CLASS PHOTO:

STAFF:

Teachers in our class are Mrs Clarkson, Mrs Jones, Mrs Boyd and Mrs Buksh.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS...:

3R walk around the local area Tuesday 16th May 2023

 

Don't forget to make your 3D model of a UK landmark at home 

and bring it in by Thursday 25th May 2023!

 

Half term  Friday 26th May 2023

 

Back to school Monday 5th June 2023

 

Y3/4 Sports Day Friday 30th June 2023 1pm.

Parents welcome to come and watch.

 

Stone Age Day Tuesday 11th July

Half the class are continuing with Forest School on a Wednesday afternoon in Summer 1

and the other children will go to Forest School in Summer 2.

 

Every Tuesday morning at 8.40am we would like to invite parents

into class to read with their child for 15 minutes every Tuesday.

The sessions will finish at 8.55am.

We are looking forward to seeing you at these reading sessions.

Thank you to all the parents who have attended so far.

 

PE DAYS:

PE days are Mondays and Thursdays.  Please bring your PE kit in on Mondays and Thursdays only.

 

READING:

Please bring your reading book to school every day so we can read with you.

Please read a few pages at home every day and ask an adult to sign your reading record.

Half the class will do Forest School on a Monday afternoon in Summer 1.

and the other children will go to Forest School in Summer 2.

 

Every Tuesday morning at 8.40am we would like to invite parents

into class to read with their child for 15 minutes every Tuesday.

The sessions will finish at 8.55am.

We are looking forward to seeing you at these reading sessions.

Thank you to all the parents who have attended so far.

 

CURRICULUM LETTER:

Here is our Summer curriculum letter so you can see what we were learning about this term: 

Year 3 Curriculum Letter Summer term 2023


 

SPELLINGS:

 

Here are our spellings for Summer 2 half term.

There are three groups for spellings and your child should know which group they are in.

Spellings are tested each Friday with the dates shown on the sheet: 

Y3 summer 2 spellings 2023

 

Here are our spellings for Summer 1 half term.

There are three groups for spellings and your child should know which group they are in.

Spellings are tested each Friday with the dates shown on the sheet: 

Year 3 Spellings Summer 1 2023


 

EXTRA LEARNING:

Here are some apps our children have logins for at home. These apps will help support their learning in school. The times tables are particularly helpful to help improve speed at their times tables, ready for the Year 4 test in June.

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SUMMER 1 HALF TERM THEME OVERVIEW:

In Summer 1 we will cover the theme “Out and About”. 

This is a unit with a focus on Geography, building on children's 

knowledge of the United Kingdom and the wider world.


Reading:

In Summer 1 our 5 Reads books that we read in story time each day are:

The Sea Saw by Tom Percival

Gorilla by Anthony Browne.

The Way Back Home by Oliver Jeffers

Scissorella by Clare Helen Welsh and Laura Barrett

The Zebra’s Great Escape by Katherine Rundell


Our class novels we are also reading in English lessons and Class Novel time are:

The Creakers by Tom Fletcher

The Accidental Prime Minister by Tom McLaughlin

Revolting Rhymes by Roald Dahl

The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry


PHOTOS:

Amazing Events we have done in Summer 1:

This week in forest school we lit a fire. Did you know you need fuel, heat and oxygen to make a fire. We toasted marshmallows and made s'mores. we then put some kernels into two sieves to make popcorn. 

We had a fabulous time with out friends and family at the Coronation Picnic

on Friday 12th May 2023 to celebrate the King's Coronation.:

 

Football tournament: 

We made man made dens this week with tarpaulins, at first we were making them for he flattest humans ever. One group managed to complete their shelter totally independently which was brilliant whilst the other two groups needed help creating a raised ridge. 

This week we split into three groups and made natural dens. We had fun.

We built nests this week for the birds, do you like them? 

This week in forest school we turned are wood cookies into necklaces by drilling holes through them then threading some twine through. We then decorated them and wore them with pride. Aren't they good. 

This week in forest school we used the tools and sawed wood. We had to use our muscles. Next week we are going to turn them into necklaces. 

 

St George's Day: 

 

Earth Day: 


Our learning:

SUMMER 1 HALF TERM THEME OVERVIEW:

In Summer 1 we will cover the theme “Out and About”. 

This is a unit with a focus on Geography, building on children's 

knowledge of the United Kingdom and the wider world.

 

Look at some of our photos of the things we have done:


SPRING 2 HALF TERM THEME OVERVIEW:

In Spring 2 we will cover the theme “Lightning Speed”. 

Lightning Speed” is a thematic unit based around the history

and development of the internet and World Wide Web,

with a focus on computing. It primarily looks at how computers communicate,

the importance of networks, how email works and how the internet enables collaboration.


Reading:

In Spring 2 our 5 Reads books that we read in story time each day are:

 

Our class novels we are also reading in English lessons and Class Novel time are:

The Creakers by Tom Fletcher

The Accidental Prime Minister by Tom McLaughlin


PHOTOS:

Amazing Events we have done in Spring 2:

We lit a fire this week in forest school and boiled water in the kelly kettle and made hot chocolate and marshmallows. We then tipped the fire out into the pit and toasted marshmallows. As it was Easter we had a Easter egg hunt to begin. 

This week we built dens for humans, we needed to find extra long branches to get the structure right. We all laughed at the end when Miss Beverley fell off the log.

This week in forest school we built dens for our animals, do you like them? 

It started to snow this week in forest school, we were all very excited. We hunted for animals and told each other facts about them. 

We enjoyed our first session in forest school, we explored and had fun digging and climbing the rope ladder trying to touch the branch. 

 

Mr Spedding's retirement:

 

Easter Raffle:

 

Watching violins:


 

Lent in church: 

 


Our learning:

Theme: Our  theme unit in Spring 2 is called Lightning Speed.

In this unit we will look at the history and development of the Internet and the World Wide Web.

 

Look at some of our photos of the things we have done:

Printing:


SPRING 1 HALF TERM THEME OVERVIEW:

In Spring 1 we spent 2 weeks finishing the theme “A World of Difference”. 

“A World of Difference” was a thematic unit based around world religions.

It looked at the following faiths:- Buddhism, Christianity,

Hinduism, Islam and Judaism, examining aspects such as

places of worship, holy books, core beliefs and important festivals.

 

Then we did a 3 week theme unit called "Three Giant Steps."

“Three Giant Steps ” was a thematic unit based around three contrasting locations, with a key focus on geography.

We continued to develop our sense of place in the world by studying three focus places:-

Dover, France and Canada (The French Connection!).

We identified the position of all three places in the world, along with climate, capital city, time zone,

population and area. We will also learn about the human and physical geography of each place.

 


Reading:

In Spring 1 our 5 Reads books that we read in story time each day are:

The Green Ship by Quentin Blake

Elephant Island by Leo Timmers

Small in the City by Sydney Smith

Meerkat Mail by Emily Gravett

Never Tickle a Tiger by Pamela Butchart

 

Our class novel we were also reading in English lessons and Class Novel time was:

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl


Forest School 

Fire! Fire! Fire! 

This week we lit a fire and then toasted marshmallows.........we each had four marshmallows, we loved it. 

In forest school we created pieces of natural art framed by sticks. We worked in groups and created some very original art work. We hope you like them. 

This week we had to identify natural items in the feely boxes. We had to use our other senses apart from sight to help us. We were really good at it but a few of us got mixed up with moss and grass. 

We went on a scavenger hunt and found lots of interesting items in the environment. We also practised our gymnastics in the teepee. 

This week we went on a worm hunt, the winning groups managed to dig out 6 in 10 minutes. Don't worry all worms were released safely back into their habitats. As it was a very cold day we lifted the lid on the ponds and smashed the ice off. We loved it but got very wet, cold hands. 


PHOTOS:

Amazing Events we have done in Spring 1:

On Friday 17th February we wore our own clothes

and brought in £1 to help raise money for those affected by the earthquake in Turkey and Syria:

Turkey own clothes day

 

 

On Tuesday 14th February every child received a heart that said something lovely about them

and then we sent our own hearts to people we love.

 

On Thursday 9th February we celebrated Children's Mental Health Week.

We read the story The Invisible String by Patrice Karst

and discussed who we are connected to. We

then drew pictures to show who we were connected to:

 

On Tuesday 7th February we took part in Safer Internet Day.

We discussed online issues and talked about how to stay safe online.

 

NSPCC Number Day: Friday 3rd February

We took part in a TTRS assembly. Asad represented year 3 and

did a fabulous job answering questions in front of the  whole school.

We all wore our best rockstar outfits and took part in a TTRS competition online:

 

Our learning:

Theme: Our first theme unit in Spring 1 is called A World of Difference.

In this unit we will look at different religions and compare them.

 

Our second unit in Spring 1 is called 3 Giant Steps.

“Three Giant Steps ” is a thematic unit based around three contrasting locations,

Dover, France and Canada, with a key focus on geography.

 

Look at some of our photos of the things we have done:

 

In English we read the story Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and did lots of work based on it.

We then watched the film to see how it compared with the book:

 

In class worship we have been discussing creativity.

 

In theme we did our own research about different cities in Canada.

 

In theme we found out about the Tour De France.

We then in groups researched 5 cities in France and presented our findings to the class.

 

In theme we learned about Dover. We then did some art work of the White Cliffs of Dover:

 

We continue to go in the library each week to celebrate our love of reading.

 

In theme we looked at diversity and discussed how important it is. We discussed how everyone is unique.

We looked at Google maps and found where different places of worship were in Bolton.

We then looked at the world and found how many Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists

and Jews are worshipping in the world and some of the countries in which they worship:

 

In theme we looked at Jewish festivals. We sang a Hannukah song in Hebrew

and we tried to do the traditional Jewish Horah circle dance.

 

In English we are learning about instructions.

We followed instructions to write our own rice krispie cakes.

 

We then wrote our own instructions for others to follow.

 

In Science we learned the words opaque, translucent and transparent and

did an investigation to find out which material would be the best for curtains and why:

 

In Science we investigated what happens to a shadow

when we change the distance away from the light source:

 

In Computing we are using a website called Computer First to develop our coding skills.

 

 

In RE we are learning about the prophets and how they were called to God.

We made a burning bush to show the time God spoke to Moses.

 

In Music we are still developing our drumming skills.

 

In maths we used paint to develop our maths skills:


AUTUMN 2 HALF TERM THEME OVERVIEW:

In Autumn 2 our first theme was called “May the Force Be with You”. 

It is a scientific theme unit where we learn about forces and magnets. We will learn:

A. To know how things move on different surfaces

B. To know that and observe how some forces need contact between

two objects and some forces act at a distance

C. To know that and observe how magnets attract or repel

each other and attract some materials and not others

D. To describe magnets as having two poles

E. To predict whether two magnets will attract or repel each other,

depending on which poles are facing

F. To compare and group together a variety of everyday

materials on the basis of whether they are attracted to a magnet, and identify some magnetic materials.

 

In Autumn 2 our second theme was called “A World of Difference”. 

“A World of Difference” is a thematic unit based around world religions.

It looks at the following faiths:- Buddhism, Christianity,

Hinduism, Islam and Judaism, examining aspects such as

places of worship, holy books, core beliefs and important festivals.


Reading:

In Autumn 2 our 5 Reads books that we read in story time each day are:

The Proudest Blue by Malala Yousafzai

Lights on Cotton Rock by David Litchfield

Hortense and the Shadow by Lauren and Natalie O'Hara

You're Called What? by Kes Grey

In Every House on Every Street by Jess Hitchman

Our class novels we are also reading in English lessons and Class Novel time are:

Zoo by Anthony Browne

The Iron Man by Ted Hughes


PHOTOS:

Amazing Events we have done in Autumn 2:

On Tuesday 20th December it was Christmas party day:

 

Om Monday 21st December we went to watch A Christmas Carol at The Octagon:

 

On Friday 2nd December we went to the Mayor's Christmas Concert:

 

On Thursday 1st December we had Christmas lunch:

 

On Friday 25th November 8 children from Year 3

attended a dodgeball tournament and had a great time:

 

On Friday 18th November it was author afternoon.

Years 3 and 4 had a lovely time going into different classrooms

looking at and doing different activities about 4 non-fiction books:

 

England Rocks

As part of Maths Week we participated in a KS2 competition on

Monday 14th November to Wednesday 16th November.

Unfortunately we were not the winning class.

 

We attended a Houses of Parliament talk and debating workshop on Tuesday 8th November.

We had a great time and learned lots:

 

On Tuesday 8th November year 3 participated in a debate in the style of a discussion

in the Houses of Commons and had great fun:


Our learning:

Theme: Our first theme unit in Autumn 2 is called May the Force be with you. 

In this unit we look at forces and magnets.

Our second theme unit in Autumn 2 is called World of Difference. 

In this unit we look at different religions.

 

Look at what we have learned about:

 

English

 

We watched The Iron Giant film and compared it to The Iron Man book:

 

RE

 

We went to a Hindu temple to find out about where Hindus worship:

 

Science 

 

In science we have been investigating reflective surfaces. We used torches to find out which surfaces were reflective so that we could design a new school bag.

 

Art

 

We have been learning all about Hinduism in learning means the world. We made Hindu art elephants.

 

We have enjoyed using practical objects to help us add  and subtract 3 digit numbers. 

 

We have been working with Commando Joe on obstacle courses. 

 

We enjoyed building the Eiffel Tower. We planned out what we would do

and then worked as teams to see who could build the biggest tower. 

 

Drumming 

We enjoy our music lessons every Thursday and have been learning different musical patterns and rhythms. 

PE

In PE we have been practicing our different types of throwing. We played different games using these. 


AUTUMN 1 HALF TERM THEME OVERVIEW:

In Autumn 1 our theme was called “Law and Order”. 

It is a thematic unit, based on the concept of justice, with a key focus on citizenship.
Pupils will look at the importance of leadership and the meaning of democracy and its origins, before
moving on to how this applies practically in communities, both school-wide, locally and nationally.

It finishes by recognising issues of justice, rights and responsibilities in their own setting and the wider world.


PHOTOS:

Amazing Events we have done in Autumn 1:  

 

We watched a fabulous music concert by some music teachers:

 

 

 

Our learning:

 

Our theme unit in Autumn 1 is called Law and Order. 

In this unit we have look at rules, leaders, democracy and keeping safe.

We are learning about forces in science.

We are learning about e-safety in computing.

We do drumming every week with Mr Simpson.

We are doing gymnastics in PE.

We are learning about what rules we follow in RE.

In English we are reading the poem If I were King,

The Butterfly Lion by Michael Morpurgo and The Accidential Prime Minister by Tom McLaughlin.

In maths we are learning about place value, addition and subtraction and multiplication and division.

We are working on independence and resilience with Commando Joe.

Look at some of the things we have done:


Archived Documents from 2022

 

Thank you to all the parents who attended the Meet the Teacher event in school.

It was lovely to meet you all. For those who did not manage to make it,

  here is a copy of the powerpoint that was shared:

Y3 MEET THE TEACHER AUT 2022

 

Here was our Autumn curriculum letter so you can see what we were learning about this term: 

Y3 AUT TERM CURRICULUM LETTER 2022

Here was our spellings for Autumn 1 half term: 

Year 3 Spellings

Here was our spellings for Autumn 2 half term: 

3J 3R Spellings Autumn 2 2022 all 3 groups

Here was our spellings for Spring 1 half term:

year 3 spellings spring 1 2023


Have a look at all the wonderful, exciting things 3Robins Class of 2021/22 got up to:

 

Teachers in our class for the Summer term are Mrs Boyd, Mr Manning, Mrs Lightfoot and Mrs Barlow.

 

PE days are Thursdays and Fridays. 

Please bring your PE kit in on these days only.

 

Please bring your reading book to school every day so we can read with you.

 

Here is our Summer curriculum letter so you can see what we were learning about this term: 

Year 3 Curriculum Letter Summer term

 

Here are our Summer 2 spellings so you can practise them at home: 

Year 3 Spelling Summer 2 2022


UPCOMING EVENTS.... 

19th July- End of term treat for the person with the most dojos.

21st July- 100% attendance treat.

22nd July- End of term.


Summer 2:

 

This half term our topic is called “Ug!”. 

“Ug!” is a thematic unit, based on the sequence of Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages, with a key focus on history.

Pupils will be looking at what life was like then and comparing similarities and diff­erences over the three consecutive periods.

 

Amazing Events we have done in Summer 2:

 

On Monday 18th July, a local author Sean Perkins read us his story Oscar and Ben. It was brilliant:

 

 

On Monday 4th July it was our Year 3/ 4 Sports Day.

We had a fabulous time working in teams to complete different challenges

and it was lovely that our parents came to watch:

 

On Thursday 30th June we took 8 girls to play tag rugby. 

They had a fabulous time:

 

On Thursday 24th June we took 8 children to a Colour Fun

Run at Rivington and Blackrod High school. We got very messy and had great fun:

 

On Tuesday 21st June we went to the Bridgewater Hall

to listen to, sing and play with the Halle orchestra.

We had a fabulous time. Here are some photos:

 

Here are the songs we sang:

 

On Friday 17th June it was Year 6 Fun Day.

We had fun with our friends and family at the event:

 

On Friday 10th June we went to our whole school art exhibition

to look at everyone's amazing art work at the end of art week:

On Tuesday 7th June, we spent the whole day exploring different art techniques.

We looked at the work of various artists and talked about how it made us feel. Everyone enjoyed being creative!

3P art day

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our learning:

 

Our theme unit in Summer 1 is called Ug. 

In this unit we have looked at the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages.

We have looked at animals in science.

Look at some of the things we have done:


Summer 1:

This half term our topic is called “Under the Canopy”. 

Under the Canopy is a thematic unit, based on the rainforest with a key focus on geography and history. 

Pupils are commissioned to work for a fictitious organisation called ‘Roots’ in helping two adopted

children find out about their Mexican / Mayan heritage.

Through this project, they will learn about the importance of the rainforest.

 

Amazing Events we have done in Summer 1:

 

On Friday 27th March some of our class represented

our school at a football tournament and did a great job:

 

On Tuesday 24th May we had a family and friends picnic on the field to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

So many of our family came and shared a picnic and had lots of fun. 

We sang songs including the National Anthem.

We danced to party songs and had a really good chat with each other: 

 

On Thursday 21st April we went litter picking in our local area to tidy up our community

 

Our learning:

 

Our theme unit in Summer 1 is called Under the Canopy. 

In this unit we have looked at the Mayans and rainforests.

We have looked at plants in science.

. Look at some of the things we have done:

 

On 21st June we will be going to the Bridgewater Hall to listen to and play with the

Halle orchestra so in drumming this half term we are learning the songs and music for the concert:

 

In Design Technology we made a crocodile grabber to sell in a toy shop using a scissor mechanism and pivots:

 

We made dens with Commando Joe:


Spring 2:

This half term our topic is called “Lightning Speed”. 

It is a thematic unit based around the history and development of the internet and World
Wide Web, with a focus on computing.

It primarily looks at how computers communicate, the importance
of networks, how email works and how the internet enables collaboration.

 

World Book Day - Thursday 3rd March 2022

 

Handling money in our Maths lesson. 

Understanding how our school's network works. 

Learning how to use "2Logo".


This half term we have been playing the bamboo tamboos with Mr Simpson. This is our finished piece, we hope you like it. 

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We love being outside learning in the Forest School, here are some of the activities we get up to. 

Tools in the Forest School

 

 

 

 

 

Amazing Den Building

 

 

 

 

 

We're going on a worm hunt

 

 

Fire in Forest School 3P

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Muddy Forest School Fun

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Forest School

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fire Building with 3P

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Spring 1

This half term our topic was called “May the Force Be With You ”. 

It is a thematic unit based around magnets and forces, with a key focus
on science.

It begins with learning about contact and non-contact forces before focusing on magnets.
Pupils will learn about magnetic forces, the relevance of magnetic North and South poles and the concept
of magnetic attraction and repulsion.

In our theme 'May the Force be with You' we have looked at air resistance. We built kites and flew them outside. 

Let's go fly a kite

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


We were doing investigations in our theme - May the Force be with you - we were investigating pushing, pulling, magnetism and gravity. Are these forces contact or distance? 

Investigating Forces in Y3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In maths we have been learning how to multiply and divide a 2 digit number by a 1 digit number.

We used apparatus to help us:

 

On Wednesday 26th January it was values day. In year 3 our value was forgiveness.

 We discussed how it is important to forgive others like Jesus taught us in the Bible. 

We then drew a picture on a heart. We cut it up and glued it back together

to demonstrate that forgiveness can heal a broken heart:


Autumn 2:

In Autumn 2 our theme was called “A World of Difference”.

It is a thematic unit based around world religions.

It looks at the following faiths:-
Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism, examining aspects such as places of worship,
holy books, core beliefs and important festivals.


We had a fantastic time at the Anderton Centre:

 

 

We really enjoy drumming every Thursday!

 

Our Commando Joe lessons are very important!

Autumn 1:

In Autumn 1 our theme was called “Law and Order”. 

It is a thematic unit, based on the concept of justice, with a key focus on citizenship.
Pupils will look at the importance of leadership and the meaning of democracy and its origins, before
moving on to how this applies practically in communities, both school-wide, locally and nationally.

It finishes by recognising issues of justice, rights and responsibilities in their own setting and the wider world.

Look at our photos:

Following instructions to make a cake!

Finding out about our local MP.

 

Following the "Rule of Three" to create some beautiful art work.

 


Autumn 2:

This unit is called A World of Difference

We looked at and compared different religions: Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism, Hinduism and Islam. 

 

Taste testing food for World Culture Day

Art work to represent the Netherlands.

Making Windmills.

Investigating light and materials that reflect. 

 

On Tuesday 30th November we wore Christmas jumpers and elf hats and shared Christmas dinner together.

We took part in an Elf Fun Run to raise money for Bolton Hospice:

 

On Friday 3rd December it was author afternoon.

In years 3 and 4 we mixed into 4 groups and visited each teacher to learn about a different author. 

With Mrs Johnson we shared the story The Mega Magic Hair Swap by Rochelle Humes. 

We learned that everyone is different and everyone is special. 

We paid compliments to our partners and received lots of compliments.

Then we looked at ourselves in a mirror and told ourselves nice things:

 

On Monday 13th December it was our Christmas party day. We had a wonderful day.

 

We watched Charlie and the Chocolate Factory film:

 

We played pass the parcel:

 

We played musical chairs:

 

We played musical bumps, musical statues and had a dancing competition: 


ARCHIVED DOCUMENTS

Here you will find curriculum letters, spellings and other relevant information for Autumn, Spring and Summer 1 Terms:

 

Summer 1 2022:

Summer 1 spellings: 

Year 3 Spellings Summer 1

 

Summer 1 Creative Challenge: 

Year 3 Creative Challenge UTC Summer 1 2022

 

Spring 2022:

Spring Curriculum letter:

Year 3 Curriculum letter Spring term 2022

 

Spring term spellings:

year 3 spellings spring 2 2022

Year 3 Spellings Spring term 1 2022

 

Spring term creative challenges:

year 3 spring 1 creative challenge homework

Year 3 May the Force Be With You Creative Challenge 2021

 

Autumn 2021

Autumn Curriculum letter:

year 3 curriculum letter

 

Autumn term spellings:

Year 3 spellings Autumn 2 2022

Year 3 spellings Autumn 1 2022

 

Autumn term creative challenges:

Year 3 World of Difference Creative Challenge 2021

Year 3 Law and Order Creative Challenge 2021


Y3 Curriculum.

 

Our creative curriculum is driven by the 4Cs of communication, conflict, conservation and culture which meets the needs of our diverse school community.  It is designed to inspire an enthusiasm for learning, engaging with and learning about challenging 21st century issues, dealing with tomorrow’s issues today. 

 

Y3 are Adventurers. 


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