Welcome to Year 3's Class Page

Class Teachers - Mrs Wolff & Mrs Coates

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Walk to Silkstone Common

Wow! A huge well done to everybody that came on our walk to Silkstone Common. It was a gorgeous sunny day and we had a fantastic trip out. We walked all the way along the Wagon Way to Silkstone and had a little rest at the Potting Shed. We then went to meet Reverend Maureen at All Saints and St James church in Silkstone. We learnt so much about all the different things you find in a Church. We were also so lucky as we were able to see some of the memorials for the Huskar Pit disaster as well as the beautiful stained glass window. We then walked all the way to Silkstone Common Primary School where we had our lunch and then onto Nabbs Wood to see the day hole where the 26 unfortunate children died in the Huskar Pit disaster. My legs were certainly aching after all that, I hope everyone had as much fun as I did. A super trip! 

Ukulele Concert

Wow, what a brilliant ukulele concert we had! We enjoyed showing off what we have learnt over the year with Mrs Jones and hope you enjoyed it too! 

A massive THANK YOU to all our lovely parents and grandparents for the kind bottle donations for our gala. It is really appreciated.

Mad Science Day kindly provided by the National Grid supporting our community while they are doing work on the power lines in our area. We had a really fun morning. Thank you. Our class looked at what makes white light, chromatography to separate out colours, metal salts colours in a flame and dangers of other forms of light energy.

What a super day at the National Coal Mining Museum yesterday. Brilliantly behaved and commented on by the guides and members of the public. So proud.

Super orienteerers! Brilliant job at Cannon Hall this morning. Let's hope some of our children got through to the next round.

Bring Your Wheels! 

WOW! What an absolutely super afternoon we have had out and about on our wheels! We have been so inspired by the Tour De Yorkshire and we have had such fun this afternoon. We have ridden around a course, learnt how to mount and dismount in different ways as well as competing in a slow race! Well done everyone! 

Our class "buddied-up" with some of our Y6 children to enjoy sharing our reading books for our Book Buddies session. Great fun.

Roman Visitor

Wow! What a wonderful day we have had with our Roman visitor. We learnt all about how to become a Roman by: marching in a Roman formation, fighting with a sword, making a kit ready to travel away from home, learning how to read and write Roman numerals, dressing as a Roman and much, much more! 

Jenny from the History Van was very impressed with how well everybody behaved and how keen they all were to learn lots of new things - well done Year 3! 

 

Here we are enjoying our Italian day. A special mention to the parents of one of our class members for the donation of food for tasting...delicious!

We have been investigating the force of magnetism. We made our own compass, saw magnetic fields and tested the strength of magnets.

A HUGE Thank You!!

Wow! Thank you so very much Year 3 for your donations towards our ‘Candycane Heart’ project for the upcoming Christmas Fayre. Mrs Coates, Mrs Wolff and I are absolutely delighted with all of your contributions. We think they will look fantastic once you all add some sprinkles and decoration to them, ready to sell on a stall at the Christmas Fayre on Friday. Come and buy our yummy treats! Thank you again, you are so kind and generous.

Children in Need Ramble

Year 3 has such fun on our afternoons ramble for Children in Need. We loved walking together and whilst on our ramble we collected lots of natural materials. From there we worked in teams to create some fantastic pieces of artwork! Well done everybody and thank you to all that donated.

 

Here we are touring the school grounds and selecting our trees for studying over the year. These are now "Our Trees"!

 

We had a wonderful day at Magna!