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Year 3

  Welcome to Year 3!


You can't blend in when you were born to stand out.  

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Our friction experiment

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Miss Kendall's Last Day 


I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for being a wonderful class.  I have enjoyed my time teaching you and getting to know you all.  You are all very special and I am sure you will enjoy the rest of your time in year 3 with your new teacher.  Continue being shining stars and working hard.  

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Christmas Crafts and D and T Day

Times Table Songs


The children have been learning songs to help them remember their times tables.  I have posted the links below show they can watch and learn them at home.    Copy the link into you search engine.  


3 Times Table  


4 Times Table


8 Times Table

Year 3 Class Assembly.  'The Lost Diwali Tinsel.'  


As the childrens class teacher, I was so proud of every single one of them for the effort, dedication and enjoyment that they got from the performance and the rehearsals in the build up to the big show.  The children learned their lines; supported each other and improved their performances everyday. It was a wonderful class assembly and they are a fantastic class to teach.  WELL DONE YEAR 3!   

Year 3 Class Assembly


Year 3 class assembly will take place in the hall on Wednesday 22nd November at 10.00am.  We are all looking forward to seeing you then.  Miss Kendall 

Year 3 Class Trip

As part of our Stone Age topic, year 3 went to The Keswick Museum and Castlerigg Stone Circle.   At the museum, the children were assistant archaeologist and completed numerous activities including: climbing into a sleeping bag made of reindeer skin and digging for stone age artefacts.  After dinner, we went to the Castleigg Stone Circle.  The children explored the stones and discussed how and why people would make the stones into a circle.   It was a wonderful day and the class were well behaved and polite.  I was extremely proud when two separate members of the public approached the teachers to express what a well behaved class they were.  


Stone Age Necklaces 


As part of our Stone Age learning we made clay necklaces.  We understand that jewellery was found  on the site of Skara Brae.  The villagers that lived during this period would have made jewellery from animal bones and tusks. 



In science, we have been studying rocks and how they are formed.  In this lesson, we used starburst sweets to form the three different types of rocks:  igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic.