Thursday, 23 December 2010

End of The Phantom of the Opera Theme

We have now finished the theme The Phantom of the Opera, I loved it, it was super and I enjoyed all the different activities we did, I hope you did too.
After Christmas we are starting our new theme; Celebrity Chefs, lets hope we have as much fun during this topic.
Thank you for all your hard work this term, have a fantastic Christmas and a relaxing New Year, and see you in January.

Miss Green

Learning Logs

Here is an example of some of our Learning Logs. Take a look, they are fantastic and hopefully they'll give you some ideas of things you could put in yours next term.
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Monday, 29 November 2010

The Phantom of the Opera Puppets

Last week we spent a long time glueing, sticking, sewing and cutting all in aid of producing some fabulous puppets, see the slide show below for the finished products. Well done Year 3 they are super!

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Thursday, 25 November 2010

Golden Book Children (26/11/10)

Here are this weeks Year 3 Golden Book Children;


Chloe

Chloe is in the golden book for the second time because she has a great attitude towards school, she always sets a great example and gives 100% every time.


Keira

Keira always has A* behaviour and is always polite and friendly, a super role model for Year 3.

Saturday, 20 November 2010

New Learning Log Target (24/11/10)

Here is our new Learning Log Target;



Learning Target;

To show me what you have learnt in Maths
this term.


Think about everything you know about
Maths.


What could you do?
- Write what times tables you know

- Draw what 2D and 3D shapes you know

- Show what fractions you know

- Think about odd and even numbers

- Show what clock times you know

- Draw lines of symmetry on letters or shapes

- Show how you can measure lines accurately

- Draw bar charts, pictograms or tables

- Show your knowledge of addition and subtraction

- Anything else you want to show


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- Anything else you want to show
To be handed in by Wednesday 8th December

Learning Target
To show me what you have learnt in Maths
this term.Think about everything you know about
Maths.
What could you do?- Write what times tables you know- Draw what 2D and 3D shapes you know- Show what fractions you know- Think about odd and even numbers- Show what clock times you know- Draw lines of symmetry on letters or shapes- Show how you can measure lines accurately- Draw bar charts, pictograms or tables - Show your knowledge of addition and subtraction
- Anything else you want to show
To be handed in by Wednesday 8th December

Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Golden Book Children 19/11/10

Lillie

Lillies attitude to school is first class, she has fantastic behaviour all of the time and is a pleasure to teach.



Teegan

Teegan tries 100% in everything she does and she always sets a super example, she is truely golden!

Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Golden Book Children 12/11/10

This weeks Golden Book Children;

Davey

Davey has really been trying to set a good example, try his best and produce work of a high standard. Well done and please keep it up!


Olivia

Olivia is in the golden book again as she is such a polite, pleasant and hard working girl. She always wears a smile that brightens my day, truely golden!

Reminders!

Just some short reminders of events coming up;

Monday 15th November, 2:50pm is Year 3's class assembly. Parents, friends and family all welcome to attend and watch, good luck Year 3!

Tuesday 16th November, 1:30pm - 2:45pm is our Autumn Coffee Afternoon. It will take place in the main hall, parents/guardians can collect their children from class and have a drink and a bun, and are welcome to take their children home early.

Also for the Autumn Coffee Afternoon we are asking children to bring in buns and biscuits to sell, please can these be brought into school on Monday 15th November. I look forward to seeing you all there!

Learning Log Target 8/11/10

Learning Target
To research puppets.

What could you do?
- Research puppets on the internet.
- Print out pictures of puppets found on the web.
- Research puppets at the library.
- Have a go at designing/drawing your own puppet.
- Write a Punch and Judy play-script.
- Research what different materials are used when making puppets and how they are made.
- Describe your experience, if you’ve ever seen a puppet show.
- Research any famous or historical puppets/puppet shows.
- Anything else you find out about puppets.

To be handed in by Friday 19th November

Golden Book Children 5/11/10

Luke
This week, Luke has been trying his hardest to be friendly and polite to everyone, he has been working well and setting a good example. Please keep up this super behaviour!

Maryam
Maryam is a very quiet girl, who takes pride in all of her work all of the time, she listens and she sets a fantastic example to others.

Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Golden Book Children 22/10/2010

Here are this weeks Year 3 Golden Book children;

Alex
Alex is a sensible boy, who usually listens carefully, behaves well and always tries his best.

Elle
Elle is a confident girl, who willingly answers questions, works hard in everything she does and always has golden behaviour.

Sunday, 17 October 2010

Golden book children 15/10/10

Here are this weeks Golden Book children, well done!
Abbie
Abbie is a polite girl, who always produces work of a very high standard, she is always ready to learn and is a super role model for others.

Adam
Adam has settled into Year 3 really well, he is a quiet boy, who gets straight on with his work and always tries his best, well done Adam, keep it up!

Maths Sorting Activity

This week we linked Maths to our theme, I gave the class a pack of famous theatre attendance numbers for the week and they had to use Carroll and Venn diagrams to sort them. We used criteria such as; numbers in the 2 times tables, odd or even numbers, numbers that have a 3 in them etc. Year 3 worked really we and thoroughly enjoyed doing this activity. Here is a short slide show of our sorting;
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Wednesday, 13 October 2010

New Learning Log Target (13/10/10)

Learning Target
To research haunted places/buildings.

What could you do?

- Research haunted places/buildings on the internet.
- Print out pictures of haunted places/buildings found on the web.
- Research haunted places/buildings at the library.- Find out why people think these places/buildings are haunted.
- Research famous or historical ghosts.
- Find out about any local ghosts.
- Find out about local haunted places/buildings.
- Research any famous or historical haunted buildings/places.
- Anything else you find out about ghosts, haunted places/buildings.

To be handed in by Wednesday 3rd November

Golden Book Children 8/10/10

Keira
Keira is a quiet girl, she tries her best all of the time and is a super Year 3 role model.

Joshua
Joshua is focused on his learning, he always works hard and sets a golden example everytime.

Monday, 4 October 2010

Golden Book Children 1/10/10

Grace
Grace is very well mannered, she always tries her best and is working hard to reach her targets.

Kelis
Kelis always works really hard in everything she does and she always sets a great example to others, she is truely golden!

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Learning Log Websites

This fortnights learning log target is to research theatres, so here are some websites that may be useful in your researching;
www.leedsgrandtheatre.com
www.cityvarieties.co.uk
www.wyp.org.uk
www.bradford-theatres.co.uk/alhambra/about
www.operadeparis.fr
www.shakespeares-globe.org

Happy researching!

Golden Book children 24/9/10

Teegan
A quiet, polite girl, who works hard and tries her best in every single thing she does, even things that challenge her! Well done!

Chloe
Chloe is extremely helpful, she always sets a good example and puts 100% effort into every piece of work she does! A real golden girl!

Wednesday, 22 September 2010

The Phantom of the Opera Masks

This week we finished our Phantom of the Opera Masks, after lots of researching, planning, designing and finally making, here are a selection of them.
Well done Year 3, they are absolutely fantastic!

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Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Learning Log Target 22/9/10

Learning Target 22/9/10

To research theatres.

What could you do?
- Research theatres on the internet.
- Print out pictures of theatres found on the web.
- Research theatres at the library.
- Have a go at drawing a set design of a scene from The Phantom of the Opera.
- Brainstorm what jobs you think there may be at a theatre.
- List the things found in a theatre.
- Find out about local theatres.
- Research any famous or historical theatres.
- Anything else you find out about theatres.

To be handed in by Wednesday 6th October

Golden Book Children 17/9/10

Lillie
Lillie is hard working, she always tries her best and is always willing to help others.

Amber
Amber tries her best in everything she does, she produces work of a very high standard and sets a super example to others.

Thursday, 16 September 2010

Golden Book Children

Here are the first Year 3 Golden Book children of 2010/2011 year, well done!
Keaton
Has had a wonderful start to Year 3, he sits properly on the carpet, is willing to contribute in discussions and always does as he is asked.

Olivia
Has had a super beginning to the year, she always sets a great example, always listens and always tries her best.

Welcome Back

Hi there,
This is the first post for the new academic year. Can I welcome you all back and I hope you all had a super summer. Please leave a comment on any post you wish and try to visit us as often as you can.

Miss Green

Wednesday, 7 July 2010

Light and Shadows Experiment

Science shadow experiment
We drew around Ellie's shadow and recorded the length of a metre sticks shadow at different times of the day, below are photographs of the results.












Look at these photos of the shadows of a metre stick and Ellie, can you remember what we did?
Can you explain why the shadows moved at different times?
Can you explain why the shadows changed size throughout the day?
Please post your answers.
Miss Green

Learning Log Homework

Here is a reminder of this fortnights homework (it was set on 30/6/10)

What patterns do I see everyday?

What could you do?
- Draw the different patterns you see.
- Take photographs of the patterns you see.
- Label where you see the patterns.
- Look for patterns in; fabrics wall paper clothing wrapping paper towels tea towels
- Google patterns and print out some examples.
- Can you find any famous patterns?
- Can you find any ancient patterns?

To be handed in by Wednesday 14th July

I can't wait to see what you produce!

Golden Book Children 2/7/10

Here are Year 3 Golden book children for this week;
Millie
Millie is a very polite, quiet girl, who is always ready to learn and is always wearing a lovely smile to cheer us up!

Ryan
Ryan is a cheeky chap who always tries his best in everything he does, he works independently and is making progress every week, well done!

Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Golden Book Children (24/6/10)

Caitlin
She is always very polite and well mannered. She is ready to learn and sets a fantastic example, well done!

Megan F
Megan is a super role model and is always wanting to please, she tries her best in everything she does and produces great pieces of work.

Golden Book Children (18/6/10)

Becky
She is a very mature, well mannered girl, who always sets a good example and is a pleasure to have in class.

Kian
He is always ready to learn, he contributes to discussions and is a super role model to others.

Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Science Light and Shadow Learning Logs

Here are the Science Light and Shadow Introduction Learning Logs made by Year 3, 14/6/10
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D.T. Photo frames

Here are the Year 3 D.T. photo frames that they have lovingly researched, discussed, designed and made.
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Golden Book Children

Golden Book Children 11/6/10
Billie-Jo
She is a super girl, who tries her best, is very helpful and always wants to please.

Luke
A quiet, polite boy, he is always ready to learn and sets a good example, a real golden child!

Friday, 28 May 2010

Holidays!!!!!

I hope you all have a super holiday, if you do anything exciting or go anywhere fun please write a comment and tell me and all the other Year 3 bloggers about it.

Golden Book Children 28/5/10

Year 3 Golden Book Children

Ellie
She is polite and hardworking and is always ready to learn. She is a super role model, well done!

Benjamin
A well-mannered boy, who sets a fantastic example to others and always tries his best, a real golden child!

Friday, 21 May 2010

Geography Learning Logs

Here is an example of some Geography learning logs created by some of the Year 3 pupils this week.
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Golden Book Children (21/5/10)

Niamh
Always does as she is asked first time, she sets a fantastic example to others and is constantly ready to learn.

Jack
He is super role model to the rest of the class, he willingly puts himself forward to help and contribute his ideas and he always tries his best.

Thursday, 20 May 2010

Year 3/4 Visit to the Grand Mosque

Here are some pictures from our recent visit to Leeds Grand Mosque, we had a fantastic morning, what was your favourite part?


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