Year 3 are going to become a piece of art on the walls of Tate Britain in November 2019 – May 2020!
Steve McQueen a famous artist is creating a mass portrait of London’s Year 3 pupils, using the traditional school class photograph. The portrait will capture tens of thousands of London school pupils aged 7-8 in a milestone year of their development.
“A photographer called Tom took our photograph and we asked him lots of questions about his job”
“I felt nervous but excited about the photo, I gave my best smile!”
We can’t wait to see your smiling faces!
We look at artifacts and learnt lots of things about The Stone Age. We tried on clothes from The Stone Age. They were made from real animal skins. We even got to examine Paleolithic poo to see what they ate. I’m not sure if I would have liked to have lived in The Stone Age because they didn’t have the internet or their own tablet!
We kick started the year off with designing and creating our nature tiles which will become part of a whole school display.
We made a labrynth outside in goups of 3 and made are own ones as well. people in the iron age liked making it because it is peaseful and calm and it help them to think.
Good morning Year 3!
Today you will be preparing for your Army Barracks Trip next week by creating your own instructions on how to get there by foot.
Click on this link for a map of the area.
Click on this link for a satellite view of the same map.
Remember, you must include a picture and a numbered list of instructions on how to get there!
What a fantastic end to the week: KS2 Sports Day. All week, the children had been competing in various challenges, representing their houses: tigers, cheetahs, leopards and lions. There was so much determination in all the children and most importantly – happy faces. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves and we couldn’t have ask for more.
The scores are currently being added up: on first glimpse, it looks very close. Could we have some new house champions. Watch this space…
We made models of clothes for the guests to wear at the royal wedding.
“I used pink, blue, gold and some string and some dark colours and rainbow colours.”
“We used gold paper to make the crowns.”
“I used red fluffy fabric for a dress and I used blue wool to attach some pink fluff.”
It was tricky how to get the arms in because you needed to put the manequins arm through.
Queen Eleanie the Second of America
Princess Ponia from Egypt
Princess Katie from France
King Arabic from Uganda
King Harrison III from London
King Albert X from Nigeria
Duke of India
Lady Marie from South America
Duchess Michelle from Kenya
and Queen Annabelle of Scotland!