Year 3 were lucky enough to go to London Zoo to take part in the one less campaign which is hoping to protect marine life from plastic in the sea. We attended a workshop where they told us all the dangers for the poor animals in the sea. Did you know London produces 5 million […]
Year 3 have been busy writing diary entries in English from Ojisan’s perspective, the elder from the village in our book ‘Tsunami.’ We have been focusing on expanded noun phrases and fronted adverbials. In maths, we have been writing three digit numbers in words and figures, as well as working on place value. Elsewhere, we’ve […]
Last week, year 3 were lucky enough to go Hampstead Heath to attend a rocks and soils workshop. The children led the experiments, testing different types of soil’s properties. We learnt what impermeable meant – waterproof and malleable – easy to mould! Word and science wizards!
Today, year 3 were lucky enough to have a visit from the Musuem of London and an archaeologist! We learnt all about the Neolithic, Iron Age and Bronze Age. They showed us replicas of artefacts from thousands of years ago. Then we played a survival game where we had trade to get items for survival. […]
We are so lucky at Netley, as we are able to access our learning using a variety artistic methods. This week in Year 3, we learnt how to engage our emotions through the rhythm of music and dance. We also used our emotions to create gestures to tell a story through movement and formulated a performance that was nothing short of […]