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

Quicksticks Hockey Tournament

On Thursday 10th March, three teams from year 3 and 4 took part in a Quicksticks Hockey Tournament at Whickham School.  All three teams performed to a very high standard.  One of our teams finished fourth in their group after winning 5 out of 9 of their games.  The...

Success at the Sage

    Huge congratulations to all of our talented year 3 dancers who entertained at the Gateshead Dance Festival at the Sage on Wednesday 17th March. Looking quite the part as Victorian ‘ragamuffins’, the children took to the stage to ‘Be Back Soon’ from the...

British Values Assembly – Year 3

  In our British Values Assembly Year 3 children reported back on mutual respect and tolerance of those of different religions and beliefs – another of the key British Values that we have studied.  Their RE work (which has included a visit to the Central Mosque...

Year 3 visit Spoor Methodist Church

To further their R.E. study into how prayer and worship is conducted within three major religions, the children of Y3 visited Spoor Methodist church to hear how and why Christians offer up prayers to God.           Rev. Brigitta Steele talked...

An Easter Garden by Year Three

As part of an Easter Project organised  in conjunction with Spoor Methodist Church and including the cluster of Whickham primary schools, Year Three have created a large Easter Garden in the school grounds which will be featured (in photographs) in a larger display in...

Year 3 Visit Laing Art Gallery

After the visit to the Mosque, Year 3 went to the Laing Art Gallery. The children enjoyed a quick lunch before meeting Zoe who introduced us to one of the gallery’s most popular painting – Isabella and the Pot of Basil, by William Holman Hunt, 1868. She led us through...

Year 3 Visit Newcastle Central Mosque

To support their learning in Religious Education, we,  in Year Three, visited Newcastle Central Mosque to find out more about how Muslims go about their prayer and worship. Brother Mark and his wife, Sister Christine welcomed us all after we had removed our shoes and...

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...

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