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Year 3 Class News

YEAR 3 CLASS NEWS

  • Chorley Sea Cadets Presentation

    Acting Petty Officer Swires visited KS2 this morning to explain what the Sea Cadets are and what they do. They…

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  • Year 3 Keepy-Uppy

    It was a windy day but we did our best.

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  • KS2 science show

    This afternoon Adrian delivered yet another amazing science show – this time he covered light and sound. The children were…

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  • Healthy Eating in Year 3

    Today our School Councillors, Lottie and Oliver, gave us a brilliant talk all about how to make up a healthy…

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  • Year 3 Sports Day 2018

    We had a fantastic time, running, throwing and jumping! Thank you to everybody who helped. Year 3.

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  • Summer Fair

    Year 6 have had a very successful morning, raising a lot of money to go towards the cost of their…

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  • Tennis Competition – Year 3 and 4

    On Wednesday evening four children were picked to represent Primrose Hill at the annual tennis competition . It was a…

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  • Drumming workshop with Jeff Rich from Status Quo

    Wow! What an afternoon at Primrose. We have learnt about the history of drums, different drumming techniques, had the chance…

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  • Getting ready for the drumming workshop¬†

    The lower hall has been taken over with drums ready for the drumming workshop this afternoon. It should be an…

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  • School council are planning their healthy eating lessons

    We have completed a survey to find out how health our packed lunches are. There were mixed results, but on…

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  • A Right Royal Picnic

    Today it was time for a special lunch to celebrate the royal wedding. Lots of smiling faces and bright sunshine…

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  • Years 3 and 4 Girls football

    The sun shone on Greenside playing field as the girls football team competed tonight. The girls played with real determination…

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  • Easter Bonnet Parade

    Wow! Wow! Wow! What a fantastic display of beautiful bonnets!

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  • Cross-country

    Despite the, at times, blizzard conditions, Primrose Hill pupils showed their mettle and resilience during the cross-country run this morning…

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  • The Iron Man…

    Our second session involved drama. We listened to the very tense first chapter of this classic book by Ted Hughes.…

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  • World Book Day Fun for year 3 & 4.

    One of our activities today was to examine the work of a writer and illustrator. We looked at the work…

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  • Year 3 Mosaic Making

    After working on trying to understand the Earth’s magnetic field. And some of us knowing how it protects us from…

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  • Year 3 Science Investigation

    After carefully planning our investigation to make sure that it would be a fair test we put our plans into…

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  • Our Great Grosvenor Trip

    Today we have been writing a chronological report on our visit to the Grosvenor Museum in Chester. First we had…

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  • Year 3 Friction Investigation

    Today we have been developing our ideas about which surface is best for our toy cars to travel along. Experimenting…

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  • Year 3 Chester Trip

    Salve! Here are just some of the photographs from our fantastic day learning about the Roman fortress in Chester.

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  • KS2 Christmas Party

    A great time was had by all at the KS2 party this morning! Lots of dancing, competition, laughter and excitement…

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  • Year 3 Stonehenge competition

    Children in Year 3 were given the challenge to recreate part of Stonehenge. They were given string (rope), wooden blocks…

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  • Science at its best

    This afternoon key stage two were treated to a series of experiments to demonstrate the effect of forces in another…

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  • Year3 History 2

    Today we had a go at eating fruits that the Stone Age people could have eaten. Most children enjoyed eating…

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