Year 3

Miss Jaremko assisted by Mrs Duncan and Mr Hill

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.

I am very excited about all of the wonderful things we are going to learn this year, we are looking at some great topics about the Stone Age and much more.

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

Our Class Blog

Year Three prepare Healthy Snacks

    Year Three spent lesson time preparing healthy snacks following their carefully designed recipes drawn up in their Food Technology lessons. After learning about the five main food groups and the importance of the balanced diet as a goal; they set about...

Year 3 – Make A Noise Assembly

As part of  ‘Anti bullying week’  each class worked together to create a song, poem or rap to perform during whole school assembly on Friday, focussed on the Anti bullying theme ‘MAKE A NOISE’. Year 3 – I’ll be there for you We don’t bully in our school Everyone is...

Bronze Age Burials

Year Three had borrowed the Bronze Age Burial Box from the Discovery Museum and examined the contents over two weeks. Inside were exact replicas of actual finds from Bronze Age burial sites. It is quite remarkable what the items or ‘grave goods’ buried alongside...

Year Three Play Host to Visitors from Uganda

Year Three welcomed two important visitors who were keen to visit an English Primary School while enjoying their stay as guests of teachers at Whickham School. We were well prepared for the Q & A session as we had generated a series of probing questions to ask our...

School Council Election Results!

Today saw the election of our School Council for 2015/16.  As always, it was a hard-fought competition with a group of courageous, creative and persuasive children all vying for a role in steering our school and representing the voices of our pupils. This year, we...

Musical Assembly Success!

It was a lovely sunny morning over Whickham on Friday 3rd July, and entirely fitting to fill our hall with fantastic music to further lift the spirit!  Luckily then, an array of talented young Fellside musicians took to the stage to deliver a polished Musical Assembly...

Dental Nurses’ Visit

  Jade and Amy of the Village Dental Practise in Whickham helped us to ‘brush up’ on our oral hygiene and demonstrated the best techniques to use when cleaning our teeth ether with a manual or electric tooth brush. They described the best routines- mouth wash...

Visit to Vindolanda and the Roman Army Museum

Off we went on an overcast day in June to visit what has become the most fruitful archaeological site outside of Italy. We arrived on site to be met by one of the many archaeologists working at the site who talked to us about her complicated job of piecing together...

Knitted Bible Exhibition.

                    Year Three were lucky to be granted an afternoon to visit the touring exhibition of 3-D bible scenes created entirely out of knitting. Thanks to the Rev. Steele and the Education Officer of Spoor...

What did the Romans do for us?

The Children of Y3 combined drama, factual presentation, choral poetry and sign & song to entertain their assembled family members and the wider school community as they performed their class assembly – What did the Romans Do for us? This was a culmination of hard...

Year Three Tennis – Success

Eight of our pupils took part in a tennis tournament in Durham where they were placed a respectable fifth out of twenty five teams. The four girls and four boys were representing not just representing Fellside, but Gateshead schools no less and they were playing in a...

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