Our experiment was to test biscuits by dunking them in milk to see which one was the best dunker. We found that the Pink wafer was the best.
I made a fruit Salad with little support, I was extra careful when using the knife and it tasted delicious.
In science we made compasses and discovered that a compass always points North.
We produced some amazing pieces of work for our Stone Age topic at home and at school.
Here are some photos from Year 3 having fun during National Maths week. We did a maths treasure hunt and a Pudsey bear board game using our addition and subtraction skills.
We performed part of our class book Pebble in my Pocket. We made sure that we used actions and our voices were expressive.
As part of our Black History Month we wrote about an influential Black People and one of the people we chose was Beverly Knight. We produced fantastic pieces of writing and received a wonderful message from Beverly Knight herself!
We have been working hard in maths to represent different numbers.
We have been drawing wooly mammoths and making 3d versions for our Stone Age topic.
We have painted a backdrop for our class book Pebble in my Pocket, focusing on sunsets.
We had fun decorating buns to raise awareness for the Macmillan charity.
To celebrate Black History Month we learnt about Martin Luther King Jr’s I have a Dream Speech. We then created our own speeches.
We promoted our love of reading by demonstrating the variety of places you could read a book at.
Teaching the class Makaton:
Carlton Junior and Infant School
Upper Road, Dewsbury,
West Yorkshire, WF13 2DQ
Tel: 01924 325265
If you would like any further information please contact school by email, telephone or letter and the office staff (Mrs O'Brian or Mrs Hussain) will be more than happy to help in any way they can.
Headteacher: Ms Mahmood
Chair of Governors: Amir Afzal
SENCO: Miss Hewitt