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Year 3 have PE on Tuesday (Woodlice) Wednesday (Centipedes) and Friday. PE kits can be left in school, but taken home every half term.

Home learning is checked on a Friday.

Please make sure you have recorded all their home learning in their diary to get a green stamp.

Times table tests are done on a Monday

KIRF tests are done on a Tuesday

Spelling tests are done on a Thursday

Stubbington - day 1 


After the adventure down the M27, a site tour and a scrummy lunch the children started their first activity - eggstreme challenge. They had to solve lots of puzzles, which tested their teamwork skills, to earn counters to build a structure that would help an egg survive being catapulted across the Stubbington grounds.

The children had untangle human knots, build a tunnel, save Hampshire from an environmental disaster and complete a 'monkey' logic puzzle. After winning their tokens they designed and built their egg nests as a team and all that started the catapult uncracked survived! Teamwork makes the dreamwork! 

3 Times Tables - Have Fun Learning!

Need help learning the three times table? Watch and sing along

This afternoon, Year 3 learned orienteering skills. We thought it was like a treasure hunt as, they had to search high and low to find letters attached to OS map symbols. This spelled out



Who is he? What is he famous for? Why might we be studying him this half term?

A massive thank you to all the parents who joined in with the Year 3 Samba workshop. The whole school agreed that they were certainly the most enthusiastic samba band yet!


All children showcased their skills at hand percussion, keeping time, drumming skills and could teach adults how to get the Samba rhythm.   

On Thursday 4th October, Year 3 had a visit from Alison who led a Just Different workshop. Alison talked with the children about ways we could make our school more accessible to those with disabilities and about her experiences. She showed the children that nothing has held her back and the children were fascinated to see all that she has achieved. Alison showed us how she uses her feet in her day to day life and we all then had a go at writing our names with a pen on a whiteboard using only our feet! 
On Tuesday, Year 3 became explorers and discovered many amazing things about the planet we call Earth. They discovered how clouds were made, how all of the countries were originally one land mass and about how mountains are formed by tectonic plates. On the way we circled around the ring of fire learning about the different types of rock and how volcanoes effect our weather.  
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