We have had a wonderful term in Year 3! We have enjoyed writing the Wolves in the Walls narrative in English, as well as a non-chronological report on earthquakes. In Maths, the children have worked extremely hard, learning all about fractions, length and perimeter, multiplication and division, and mass and capacity. During our Geography lessons, we have taken a focus on rivers, as well as the South West of England and what attracts tourists to that area of the United Kingdom, along with our Anglo-Saxons, Scots and Vikings topic in History which the children have loved!
A particular highlight of the term, which I’m sure you will all agree with, was the children’s class assembly which they delivered to the school and parents. The focus of the assembly was on the narrative ‘Star in a Jar’ which the children wrote in the Autumn term before Christmas. With the whole school’s eyes on the children, understandably they all felt quite nervous. However, the children showed fantastic bravery, courage and confidence in their delivery of the assembly, and it was an absolute joy to watch!
The children all felt extremely proud of themselves after the assembly (and rightly so!), saying that they enjoyed doing it, with their favourite part being singing ‘Reach’ at the end. Myself and the children are all very excited for our next class assembly in the Summer term!