Sir Robert Hitcham CEVA Primary School

Sir Robert Hitcham CEVA Primary School and Nursery
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Welcome to Green Class

Please find more information about our Year 3 class below.

 

Mrs Robinson - Class Teacher

 

Green Class Timetable 

 

Green Class Autumn Newsletter

     The Rainbow Pledge display in Green Class   

Each child completed a rainbow, writing down all 7 pledges and signing their name to show that they will learn by following our Rainbow Pledges.  

Green Class Autumn Term 2, 2022

In Science this half term, we will be moving onto forces and magnets, in history we are continuing to learn about the Stone Age and in RE we are going to be learning about Islam and how a Muslim shows their submission and obedience to Allah.

Knowledge organiser - Forces and Magnets

Knowledge organiser - The Stone Age

Knowledge organiser - RE, Islam

English

        

 

We are reading the book 'How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth', by Michelle Robinson and Kate Hindley. We are looking at the features of instructional texts and the children are learning to use imperative verbs to write instructions and to use prepositions to add more detail to their sentences.

                 

 

 

Next, we will be reading extracts from 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe', by C.S. Lewis and using this as the inspiration for children to write their own narrative.

Maths

We have been learning how to add and subtract using 2 and 3-digit numbers using a column method. We have used place value charts and counters to help us to learn this new skill.

 

Green Class, Autumn Term 1 2022

In Science this term we are learning about light and in history we are learning about the Stone Age. In RE we are learning about how Christians show that 'reconciliation' with God and other people is important. Take a look at the knowledge organisers below for the key information the children will be learning in these subjects.

Knowledge organiser - Light

Knowledge organiser - The Stone Age

Knowledge orgnaiser - RE, Reconciliation

     The Rainbow Pledge display in Green Class   

Each child completed a rainbow, writing down all 7 pledges and signing their name to show that they will learn by following our Rainbow Pledges.      

 

                 Our Christian Values.

 Art

Green class drew pictures of 'The Hippocrump' using their imaginations in response to the poem by James Reeves. They used oil pastels and Brusho.

    

Science

    

        

We carried out an experiment to explore how different objects are more or less visible in different levels of lighting. The children had to identify objects in boxes by looking through a small hole. Another hole in the box allowed the children to control the amount of light that could enter the box by placing opaque and translucent paper over the hole. They discovered that objects with a shiny or light surface were more visible because they reflected the light and that objects with a dark or dull surface were harder to see because they absorbed the light.

Maths

This term we have been learning about place value using numbers from 0 to 1000 and adding and subtracting using 3-digit numbers. We use resources to help the children learn and to embed new concepts.

 

 

Partitioning a 2-digit number into tens and ones using a part, whole representation and Base 10.

 

 

 

Partitioning a 2- digit number using base 10.

Partitioning a 3-digit number using Base 10 and a place-value chart and counters to represent the value of each digit in the number.

 

Children using a place-value chart to help them with addition and subtraction calculations.

 

 

 

 

 

Blyth Class, 2021/2022

In English, we have been writing explanation texts. We were inspired by Wallace and Gromit to design our own 'Cracking Contraptions', then explained how they worked.

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In Art, we have been creating collages:

In our 3D Art unit, we created bowls and painted them in the style of the artist Anthony Frost:

Spring Term 2022

During World Book Week, we looked at 'Here We Are' by Oliver Jeffers. He wrote the book for his new born son to tell him all about the wonderful world he had been born into. We have written our own notes for living on Planet Earth:

     

During Science Week, we carried out lots of exciting experiments. We created rainbows using capillary action!

      

In Art, we have been creating collages based on Matisse's idea of using positive and negative shapes:

         

    

Autumn Term 2021

 Some highlights from this term:

In RE, we have been finding out how Christians show that reconciliation with God and other people is important. We created 'freeze frames' of what we think reconciliation looks like:

                       

 In Art, we have been experimenting with drawing using different types of pencils. We made different shades and tones:

                   

In maths, we have been working in pairs and group, using equipment to support our learning:

               

 

Miss Jo Squirrell - Class Teacher