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Welcome to Year 3

Exciting news! We have scheduled a Year 3 Zoom call!

 

Hello to all our lovely children who we miss very much!  School has not been the same without us all being together, so we would LOVE to get together on a ‘Zoom’ call next week to see all your smiling faces. If you would like to join in with our call, be ready to ZOOOOOM at 10am, next Wednesday 15th July, and make sure there is an adult there with you.

If you don’t already have ‘Zoom’, you will need to download the app and create an account. We will send the Meeting ID and password out via text the night before (this must not be shared with anyone for safeguarding reasons). If you would like to show the class something that you have been doing or have made during lockdown that would be great too!

 

We can’t wait to 'see you’ next week.

Love from Mrs Mitchell and Mrs Sweeney

At this time of the year, we would be building up to receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion with all our children in Y3! Dan @danonelifemusic has produced a song especially for them💕🙏💕 https://youtu.be/56EyV0R8mBk
Just wanted to say Hi to all our wonderful children & their families in Y3! We hope you are all keeping well & it is great to see you all accessing the learning on the Home Learning page on the website! We miss you all very much and look forward to seeing you all very soon! Love from Mrs F 💕😊🌈

SUMMER TERM ENQUIRY BASED LEARNING TOPIC

WHY DO PEOPLE CHOOSE TO GO TO MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES FOR THEIR HOLIDAYS?

In this geography driver, we will be exploring the geography and history curriculum through the stunning Mediterranean Region. As geographers, we will extend our knowledge of Europe and compare both human and physical geography in the Mediterranean with UK destinations. We will investigate some of the most significant human and physical features of the Mediterranean and look in depth at the climate zones, types of settlement and economic activity across this region; all the while developing a firm understanding of why it such a popular tourist area. We will further develop our geographical skills and fieldwork by using maps, atlases and digital computer mapping, to locate the Mediterranean, while drawing sketch maps with symbols and keys to build our knowledge of the wider world!

Through revisiting and progressing our skills and learning, these golden nuggets of knowledge will be embedded in our long term memories!

 SPRING TERM ENQUIRY BASED LEARNING

Why did the Ancient Egyptian's build the pyramids?

In this history driven study, we will be exploring the history and geography curriculum through the key question - 'Why did the Ancient Egyptians build the pyramids?'

As historians, we will aim to develop a chronologically secure knowledge and understanding of British and world history, establishing clear narratives within and across the periods studied. Through an in depth study, we will learn about the achievements of one of the earliest civilisations and gain an understanding of how they have impacted our modern world. We will explore a range of sources to help us understand how knowledge of the past is constructed.

We will revisit and refine our geographical skills throughout this topic, using maps and atlases to locate Egypt making geographical comparisons to the UK. We will also name and locate countries and cities within the UK and also in Egypt. We will consider aspects of physical and human geography, including land use and settlements, economic activity and trade links and the distribution of natural resources and how these factors influenced the development of this early civilisation.

Throughout this study we will be continually revisiting and refining our skills and knowledge. Therefore, our 'golden nuggets' of knowledge will be embedded into our long term memories!

AUTUMN TERM ENQUIRY BASED LEARNING

What makes the Earth angry?

 

In this geography driven study, we will be exploring the geography and history curriculum through the key question - 'What makes the earth angry?' 

As geographers, we will extend our knowledge of the location globally significant places, using globes and maps to identifying the position and significance of latitude, longitude, Equator, hemispheres, continents and countries.

By exploring 'what Makes the Earth Angry' - we will describe and understand key aspects of physical geography including, mountains, volcanoes, earthquakes and tsunamis. We will extend our knowledge of geographical similarities and differences through the study of a region in a European country and comparing this to a region of the UK.

Our history skills will also be enhanced through gaining an increased knowledge and understanding of how this nation has been shaped by aspects of the history of the wider world, such as the expansion of the Roman empire and invasion of Britain.

Throughout this study,  we will continually revisit and refine our skills to ensue that our 'golden nuggets' of knowledge will be embedded into our long term memories!


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