We have been learning all about a healthy lifestyle, food and exercise. We have studied the 3 main functions of our skeleton, to protect, support and help movement. We now know that we have 3 different types of muscle, they move in different ways and have different function. Some muscles move…
Year 3 thoroughly enjoyed their trip to the theatre to enjoy a diverse story about an Indian girl who loved to tell stories and the hardships that she faced.
we had ice-cream, lunch, dancing and cheering. A wonderful day out!
Year 3 enjoyed hot chocolate, cream and marshmallows whilst watching a Christmas movie. The perfect end to their busy week. A well deserved treat after OFSTED visitors were blown away by the exemplary behaviour of all children and their hard working attitudes. Well done wonderful children.
We got our old friend, Harold, out of the cupboard to investigate bones and their functions. We learnt that the skull and ribs protect our vital organs and looked at the skeletons of animals. Their skeletons were quite different to human skeletons. This was to help them to move in certain…
We all looked great in our odd socks, discussed and learnt about different forms of bullying, including online bullying.
Year 3 had a great time learning how to fence properly. They learnt new moves, defence and offence. They had so much fun!
Year 3 looked amazing on Spooky Dress Up Day!
Well done to all children and parents for helping them to look wonderful.
They enjoyed making their own pumpkin designs, colouring spooky pictures and watching a spooky film.
They also learnt about the history of Halloween and All Saint’s…
Year 3 were exploring healthy alternatives for yogurt snacks, as well as popcorn. Using preserved, fresh and dried fruits or seeds and oats for a little crunch. Just a sprinkle of sugar and various accompaniments to the popcorn. Most children enjoyed their tasty treats after choosing their own…
In Science, we have been studying rocks and soil. Some Year 3 investigators went outside to take a closer look at the layers within soil. As they dug down, sieved and observed they found different horizons: humus, leaves, twigs, stones, top soil, clay and rocks. Kalani even discovered her very own…
Year 3 used their clipboards and geographical knowledge to find physical and human features of Egremont. The bonus was finding conkers as they left the castle too.
Year 3 enjoyed a wet walk to the library. It didn’t stop us from going to broaden our reading! We love new books to take home. Well done Year 3! The librarian even commented on how smart, sensible and respectful we are. True St. Bridget’s children, so proud.
We really enjoyed our encounter with birds, snakes, tarantulas, cockroaches, mice and a chameleon.
The children were very brave and had a go at holding the animals. It was great fun.