Year 3 have been working really hard on subtraction this week. Rather than just learning tricks of how to subtract, they have been considering place value and regrouping to fully understand how numbers are subtracted. Amazing!
3LH had a brilliant time using the fantastic grounds of the school. Linking to our topic of the Stone Age and our English novel ‘Stig of the Dump’, 3LH had the challenge of unlocking their imagination with sticks and trying to build a safe and secure den for Stig. They did an amazing job and worked together brilliantly.
3LH have been working hard this week in Maths! We have been adding 3 digit numbers to 3 digit numbers, using Base 10 and column addition. Towards the end of the week we started to look at regrouping.
Please find attached this weeks spellings for 3LH.
This week, we went hunting! We know people in the Stone Age couldn’t communicate using words and written language. Instead, they used cave paintings to tell their stories. 3LH imagined a hunt and then retold parts of their story using a cave painting.
We had a great time in 3LH with Pavla from the Theatre Company blah, blah, blah. We have been creating freeze frames and creating our own scary stories!
Thank you to all the parents who could make it to our open evening on Wednesday night. It was lovely to meet with you and show you around our classroom. If you couldn’t make it, don’t worry – we get another opportunity to meet in October at parents’ evening. Your children will come home with a Key Information slip, which will have useful information such as when our PE day is and when homework is given out/due in.
Earlier this week, our school governor, John Sherbourne, came and took an informal class photograph. What a good looking bunch 3LH are!
Welcome to our class blog. Here we will keep you in touch with some of the exciting things happening in our class and sharing some of the amazing work our children do. Please feel free to make constructive comments about what you find here!