Welcome to Year 3 : 

 

Teacher: Mrs Conroy (Assistant Head) 

Teaching Assistant: Miss Robinson

 

This half term we have lots of exciting things happening and learning opportunities. We look forward to another great term at CCA.

Below is an overview of the learning we are focusing on this term. As always, if you have any questions about this, or anything else for that matter, please do not hesitate to ask.

Our Big curriculum question: How has the world around us shaped us as communities?

Summer  Term 

While many of you are learning from home I will be using ClassDojo as the main form or giving you work to do and keeping in touch. Each week I will do a weekly newsletter. If you need anything contact me on ClassDojo or get in contact with school.

Click here for Summer term 1 week 1 newsletter: Week 1 newsletter year 3 (1)

Click here for Summer term 1 week 2 newsletter: Week 2 newsletter year 3 (2)

Click here for Summer term 1 week 3 newsletter: Week 3 newsletter year 3 (3)

Click here for Summer term 1 week 4 newsletter:  Week 4 newsletter year 3 (4)

 

 

Although it is very different at the moment, I am enjoying staying in contact with you all and sharing all the amazing things that are happening in our homes!

 

      

We are showing lots of varied skills and learning new skills too! Well done year 3 keep up the good work!

Exciting Events in year 3 this year: 

In Year 3 in Spring 1, we had a special visit from Mr Fellows (Actor/Historian) who came to school in role as an Archaeologist. He spent the afternoon with us, teaching us all about the special discoveries made by Archaeologists in Europe who have found skeletons preserved in bogs from the iron age. We had a great time learning about this career and the events that took place. We took part in drama activities to understand why these skeletons were placed in these bogs.

The children practicing skills of an archaeologist

Mr Fellows telling stories from the Iron age

Finally, can I just take this opportunity to thank you all for your continued support.

Mrs Conroy.