Year 3 – Magpie Class

Year 3 – Magpie Class

Welcome to Year 3 – Magpie Class

Due to current world events, we will be continuing to provide useful educational resources for children to access whilst they are not attending school.

My 2020 Covid-19 Time Capsule

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Learning Update

Starting from next week, home learning tasks will be supported by ‘The National Academy’ and ‘BBC Bitesize’. These resources will be used to further enhance the regular learning updates that you are receiving, providing further guidance when exploring and learning new curriculum skills. The links to these learning resources have been included below, so that you can become familiar with the educational resources we will be using.

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Have you got what it takes to become a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® title holder?

  • We are inviting you to attempt a Guinness World Records title by answering as many times tables questions correctly as you can in one minute. Please click on the document below to find out how to take part!
  • Guinness World Records – TT Rock Stars

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Term 1

This term our topic will be all about food. We will be growing our own radishes and thinking about the journey of an avocado. We will be thinking about how we compare to countries where people go hungry and look at how food affects our bodies.

Term 2

Our topic this term is ‘Stone Age Adventures’. We will be focusing on learning about life in the Stone Age and making links to other curriculum areas. In Science our topic is Rocks and Soil. We will look at the different types of rocks and their properties. In Art this term we will focus on nature and materials with our visit to the Tate Modern enhancing this work. Our English and Reading will also feature the Stone Age this term.

Term 3 – Who we are

This term provides us with some very exciting topics to investigate, we will begin by trying to establish what culture and traditions are. This will give us the opportunity to look at how different people celebrate different traditions and why these are important. We will also be looking into how our beliefs and lifestyles affect the traditions that people celebrate. This term we will be looking at where many of the traditions originated from and how they evolved and developed over time. This will help us to have an understanding and gain a wider view and respect for other people’s traditions.

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