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Year 3 - Curie and Pasteur Class

Welcome to Year 3

 

In Curie class our Teacher is Mrs George and our Teaching Assistant is Mrs Glew.

 

In Pasteur class our Teacher is Mr Ian Lovett and our Teaching Assistant is

Miss Fountain. 

 

Our Team Teacher's are Mrs Akhter and Mr Gard.

Mr Moses is our school Maths Leader

Hello!
This is for anyone aged 7 - 11 years old and to be honest it could be challenging for many adults!
Can you see 3D shapes in your mind? Can you unfold these shapes in your mind?
Look at the unfolded piece of paper on the web link, if you refolded it, what shape would it make? Try this in your mind.
There are more shapes to try on the web page.
https://nrich.maths.org/12205

Curie have been getting their creative juices flowing and have made some super patterns! These are just a handful of examples. Well done everyone!

Curie have been getting their creative juices flowing and have made some super patterns! These are just a handful of examples. Well done everyone!  1
Curie have been getting their creative juices flowing and have made some super patterns! These are just a handful of examples. Well done everyone!  2
Curie have been getting their creative juices flowing and have made some super patterns! These are just a handful of examples. Well done everyone!  3
Curie have been getting their creative juices flowing and have made some super patterns! These are just a handful of examples. Well done everyone!  4
Curie have been getting their creative juices flowing and have made some super patterns! These are just a handful of examples. Well done everyone!  5
Curie have been getting their creative juices flowing and have made some super patterns! These are just a handful of examples. Well done everyone!  6

Week 2: 30.03.30

 

Hi everyone, 

 

I know it is all a little strange at the moment, but I hope you are all keeping safe. 

Please make sure you are following everything on busythings so we can get the best attendance in our online achievement assembly on Friday! 

If you are having any problems with it then let me know. 

This week, we have set a mixture of task, ranging from things we should be starting to topics we have already covered this year. We are hoping it gets those brain juices working :)
This week you have the following to have a go at:

  • Gathering data on pets at home
  • Designing a flower 
  • Making an internet safety poster
  • Money Quiz
  • Putting numbers in numerical order
  • Sorting multiples of 8
  • Drawing and writing about your favourite meal
  • A quiz on nouns and verbs
  • Creating your own comic strip
  • Ordering coin clusters
  • Sorting multiples of 4
  • Arranging litres and millitres on a jug
  • Sorting proper and common nouns
  • Labeling parts of a tree
  • Labeling parts of a plant
  • Ordering mixed times

 

I realise this may seem like a lot of things, but the deadlines set are from the 1st of April to the 7th. I have already seen some awesome work so keep it up :) 
Thanks for your cooperation through this challenging time. 

Mrs George

 

 

 

 

 

 

Autumn 1:

Our Whole School Quest question is: Where are the treasures of the world?

Our Y3 Quest question this term is: Where in the UK would you bury your treasure?

As part of our topic we made comparisons between Nottingham, Strelley and a seaside resort. 

We produced and made time-capsules and then went on a trip to Cleethorpes and buried them on the beach - we wonder if anyone will find them?

 

 

Children have settled in really well into KS2 this half term and have made a great start to the new school year. We look forward to discussing your child's progress with you in more detail during parents evening next half term. 

 

Remember to look at the curriculum letter for parents to see all the exciting things your children have been learning each term. 

 

 

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