Year 3

Miss Watson, Mrs Duncan and Mrs Nicols

Welcome

A warm welcome to Year 3. We’ve got many things to look forward to this year – feel free to catch me if you have anything you wish to discuss with me.

As you’ll remember – the door is always open to you!

Our Class Blog

Christmas Gymnastics

Miss Knox, Miss Watson and I were in for a real treat tonight as we were able to watch in admiration a fantastic performance from our Gymnastics after-school group.  The children have been perfecting their routines to two jolly Christmas songs - Frosty the Snowman and...

Christmas with Fellside’s Families

Christmas at Fellside means getting into our family groups and creating Christmas decorations for our tree! We always have a lot of fun in our groups and it's fantastic to get the chance to celebrate with children from Reception to Year 6. [gallery link="file"...

Turbo Bikes and Nature Walks

We didn't let the snow keep us from working on our Cycling Generation project! Bike it Ben and Marcus took us on an exciting nature walk and then we conducted an experiment all linked to heart rates using the turbo bikes. In the classroom, we discussed what we would...

Stone Age Pottery in Year 3

Year 3 have been creating 3D art in the form of Stone Age pottery. This was a common task in the Stone Age to Iron Age, where the pots would be used for many things including holding food and precious items. Over time, the pots were formed in different ways, but Year...

Animal Chants in Year 3

Year 3 have been thinking about rhyme, rhythm and vocabulary as they read and write a variety of poems. One poem, The Bug Chant by Tony Mitton,was an excellent model for the rhythm. Watch as some of our class perform their own versions of these poems. [playlist...

Celebrating Our Diversity

This week, Fellside children and staff have really taken the time to focus on what makes us all unique, but more importantly, how our diversity is something to celebrate! We have learned about different cultures, religions, abilities and families through visitors and...

The Stone Age Sucks – Year 3 Class Assembly

Year 3 travelled far back in time to present their learning about the Stone Age to Iron Age. A period lasting around 3 million years, the Stone Age is an expansive but intriguing period to study. The children displayed artefacts, delivered facts about what they had...

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