Year 3 spent the day learning about rivers in Castleshaw. Although it rained, nothing could have dampened the mood as the children went pond dipping and river walking.
Look at the delicious, healthy sandwiches Year 3 have made today. As part of their D.T project, the children had to design and make their very own sandwiches.
Year 3 simply needed a load of toilet roll and heaps of imagination as they re-enacted the mummification process.
Year 3 visited Bolton Museum to find out about life in Egyptian times. They explored a variety of artefacts and a replica tomb. They even saw a preserved body that had been mummified in Egyptian times.
Today in science the children were learning all about the force friction. They carried out an experiment to test how different surfaces created different amounts of friction.
Year 3 had an extremely exciting day learning about The Stone Age. They travelled back in time to the Paleolithic period to see what early man would have looked like. They also took part in mini challenges which tested their knowledge. The hunting session was by far the highlight of the day! Each child was given the opportunity to hunt a woolly mammoth using spears, and a bow and arrow. This was a fabulous way to kick off our Stone Age topic.
Please click on the link below to view this term’s spelling sheet.
A spelling test will take place every Thursday.