Our Learning Journey
This year we have three historical themes that set the tone in our learning journey:
Autumn: Amazing Egyptians
Spring: Savage Stone Age
Summer: Romans on the Rampage
Below, please find snippets from some of our greatest experiences this year, enjoy!
Our Y3 spiritual leaders come up with the most inspirational ideas for our class liturgies. We had a full class liturgy that included meditations, finger prayers, prayers for the intentions of others, drawing, prayer chains and folding activities. It was very spiritual.
We has SO much fun listening to Matilda being read to us by a fantastic volunteer grandparent. We spent most of the time giggling and the hilarious jokes used by the author Roald Dahl in the book. Thank you!
A virtual reality experience during Computing for STEM week. We went under the sea, into Egypt and even looked at the skeleton of a human body!
We are working hard to prepare for the recorder Festival with Mrs.Atherton. Can't wait to see you there!
Our trip to the Potteries Museum. The children created their own Stone Age Pots.
The children have created some incredible Egyptian Collars!
A fantastic talk from Father Kaz about vocations! God Calls us in so many ways, to listen, to build our relationship with Him, to celebrate mass and follow in Jesus' footsteps. He guides us to accept his calling to vocations along the way, as we journey to our vocation in work.
Our Stone Age Dance is coming together nicely. Some brilliant group work and solo performances, well done Y3!
Preparing for our making the Sacrament of First Holy Communion is a very special time. Tonight we learned more about the vestments Father Kaz wears during different time within our church calendar. There is such a fantastic sense of community within out Holy Communion group.
En garde! A French warning, "On [your] guard" was shouted many times during PE today. The children love learning alternative sports.
Our healthy teeth talk from a dental nurse taught us so much about why and how we can keep our teeth healthy.
Ask your child:
How long should we brush for?
How many times a day?
Why are our teeth so important?
Our class trip to Manchester Science Museum - light and reflection