We have been learning about when Jesus ascended up into heaven. We read scripture from the bible and decided to create posters to say goodbye. We researched how we say goodbye from around the world.
We have been making Stone Age necklaces out of clay. We discussed how real Stone Age necklaces were made out of bone and the teeth of the animals.
Here we are acting out a scene between Oberon and Titania, the fairy King and Queen. What wonderful actors we have in year 3.
We have been studying a Midsummer Night's Dream (the child friendly version) and are currently designing a set for our mini theatre production.
Today we have been working hard in our Maths lesson and have been investigating finding remainders after division.
After moulding our necklaces out of clay we left them to dry over night. Today we could paint them and thread string through the different beads.
We made some fantastic poems about a fire in the Stone Age. We had to make sure we used a noun first, followed by a verb. The children then put actions to their wonderful poems and performed them to the class.
We have had some very special visitors from Trafford Council in our class today. They told us all about things we can do to protect our environment by making sure we recycle in class and at home. It is extremely important we all try our best to reuse, reduce and recycle.
We have used different layers placed on top of each other to form sedimentary rock, tomorrow when it has set we can cut our rock out of the plastic glass and examine the layers.
We have experimented making our versions of igneous rock. We melted some 'lave' and left it to cool to form igneous rock.