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Year 3 Class News

YEAR 3 CLASS NEWS

  • Science mania!

    Another great key stage 2 science assembly from Adrian today. Everyone learnt a great deal about light and sound (including…

    by Miss McKinley
  • Year 3 History

    Pairs had a stone, stick and piece of string to make a Stone Age weapon. First they researched the weapons…

    by Mrs Branston
  • Year 3 Euxton walk

    Today we walked around Euxton and drew maps of our journey. The children looked for geographical features to put on…

    by Mrs Branston
  • Class 3 school councillors

    Welcome to our new class school councillors Harry and Paige. Well done, you made super presentations.

    by Mrs Branston
  • New year

    Class three enjoying their first day and already working hard. Well done everyone!

    by Mrs Branston
  • Bring Yer Wellies

    Class 3 had a fantastic day. They played on the beach, smelt herbs and had a go at planting. Then…

    by Mrs Branston
  • A fantastic summer fair!

    Yesterday’s summer fair was a resounding success, setting a new record for money raised. Thank you to all children and…

    by Miss McKinley
  • Summer fair

    Lots of fun and some bizarre looking children at Primrose Hill today! Don’t forget, parents welcome after school to test…

    by Miss McKinley
  • Art Weaving Day

    On Friday all the children (from reception all the way up to year 6) worked together to cut and weave…

    by Miss McKinley
  • Easter fun

    Children in class 3 with their book character eggs. A super effort by everyone. And the winnets are- The Easter…

    by Mrs Branston
  • World War 1 – a fantastic educational experience…

    In school this morning we experienced an event which will remain with us for a lifetime…  ‘Professor’ John Marshall…

    by Mrs Swinburn
  • Y3 working out for charity!

    The children were inspired to work hard during their circuit training this afternoon! Great effort children!

    by Mrs Branston
  • Science show!

    A fantastic show all about electricity this afternoon. Ask your child what they learnt – you may be surprised!

    by Miss McKinley
  • Romans in Chester

    Sorry parents, your sons and daughters have been taken in to the Roman army! 25 years ofhard work marching and…

    by Mrs Branston
  • Exploring printing

    A very messy and noisy lesson in Class 3 today! The children certainly enjoyed printing, especially with potatoes.

    by Mrs Branston
  • What did the Romans wear on their feet?

    Class 3 looked at a pair of replica Roman shoes and then worked in groups to make a pair to…

    by Mrs Branston
  • How do you put a toga on?

    Class 3 worked in groups using a diagram, a sheet, a pin and ribbon for a belt. They tried to…

    by Mrs Branston
  • A wonderful end to our Multicultural week!

    This morning our children had the opportunity to share this week’s learning with their parents during a super Assembly! They…

    by Mrs Swinburn
  • Henna hands!

    Class 3 enjoyed having the patterns on their hands. They thought they were clever and beautiful but didn’t like how…

    by Mrs Branston
  • Rangoon Patterns

    The children practised symmetrical patterns in coloured pencil then helped to make a class collage using different foodstuffs. The result…

    by Mrs Branston
  • Hindu Dancing

    Class 3 had a fantastic time learning two dances during cultural week. Their faces show they are enjoying it, they…

    by Mrs Branston
  • Solids, liquids and gases science show!

    We always enjoy our visits from Adrian Bowden and his specular science show.

    by Miss McKinley
  • year 3 Stone Age Cooking

    Year 3 children had a go at cooking over fire today. Looking at their faces they certainly enjoyed their toast…

    by Mrs Branston
  • Class 3 Stone Age Tools

    The children researched Stone Age tools and weapons using books, artefacts and websites. They then had a go at making…

    by Mrs Branston