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Year 3T

3T have had a fantastic Autumn term. They have all settled in so well to our new routines at school.


We started in September learning about Ancient Egypt which became a fascinating topic to discover. 3T even became Egyptians for the day! Every day the children would come into school with so many facts about Ancient Egypt which we displayed on our topic board. Many children went to the British Museum with their families to see the artefacts. Some said it was very spooky and very cool!  


After half term, 3T  made poppies for remembrance Sunday and we began preparing for the Advent service. It was a challenge that 3T accepted and did a brilliant job learning their actions, readings, and singing out in the cold. 

Autumn 2 brought a whole new aspect of learning for 3T. From learning all about the Stone Age to sewing Christmas stockings. Our book in English was about a boy called UG who lived in the Stone Age, in science we explored rocks, and in our topic, we looked at maps and learned all about the paleolithic, mesolithic, and neolithic periods. 


I hope that everyone has a happy Christmas and I look forward to seeing you all in the New Year. May all your families stay safe and best wishes for 2021. 


Miss Traynor 


Autumn 1


3T has settled in extremely well over the last few weeks. 

We have started learning lots of new things across the curriculum which has been great fun. In English, our book is called Lob. The children are really intrigued to find out who Lob is and they have come up with some amazing ideas as to who they think he could be. The children are finding our topic on Ancient Egypt fascinating. We have all our facts displayed in our classroom and we hope to add more to it as we go through the term. In maths, we are concentrating on our place value adding two-digit and three-digit numbers. Science has been eventful as we have conducted experiments around the school on forces and magnets.  

We look forward to continuing our learning throughout this term with plenty of enthusiasm. laugh