Who first lived in Britain?
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What jobs do archaeologists do and why are they sovaluable in helping us find out about history?
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Would the Early Britons have visited a supermarket for their food?
What can you find out about the Stone, Bronze and Iron
What do we know about the life styles of the early
Britons through the art they produced?
What do we know about the way they moved heavy
How did the early Britons
Year 3 will begin the half term looking at persuasive writing. They will have the opportunity to role play using persuasive language and create an advert that is fun and persuasive. They will also write a persuasive letter to Mrs Roberts. After that the children will move onto instructions and explanations text. They will write a set of instructions and follow their classmates instructions to check that they work. After that the children will be looking at performance poems. They will read a variety of poetry and have the opportunity to rehearse and perform a poem too. Handwriting, spellings and grammar will run alongside these genres. Their spelling test will be every other Friday now as they are doing the whole 108 spellings.
What FANTASTIC Work!
The children are really enjoying learning about forces this half term. Isaac was a real Isaac Newton when measuring forces using a Newton metre and has some fantastic ideas. Cory is a brilliant scientist and lead his group really well.
These children were fantastic at persuading their friends to buy a toy. They also created a persuasive advert that was fun and exciting. Well done!
This week's child of the week is ...
10.03.17 Caitlin Gorewoda
17.03.17 Inset Day
24.03.17 Amy-Jaye Kirk
Our Archie people this week are ...
03.03.17 Sarah Hardingham
Sarah is an always ARCHIE girl and is really like having another teacher in the classroom. She is extremely grown up and helpful. Also she is a lovely friend to everyone in the class.
10.03.17 Lara and Matilda
Lara is such an ambitious little lady who gives everything 100%. She is on fire in numeracy and can explain her mathematical thinking really well which helps other children. Matilda is a lovely girl to have in the classroom, she tries hard and is such a good friend to her peers. She likes people to be treated equally and fairly, and will often share something of hers so other children aren't left out.
17.03.17 Inset Day
24.03.17 Joe Lewis and Molly Morton
Joe is an always ARCHIE boy, he ticks off all of the Archie values on a daily basis and is such a pleasure to teach. He tries hard at everything he does and is really kind to other children and adults. Molly is such a diva and an absolute superstar in the classroom. She always gives 100% and is very focused when learning.
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