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Welcome

to Harvington C.E First & Nursery School

Headteacher & Designated Safeguarding Lead - Helen Fishbourne, Deputy Headteacher & Deputy Safeguarding Lead - Becky Enstone. SEND Lead: Helen Fishbourne.

Year 3

 

Welcome to Year 3 Marie Curie 

Class Teacher - Miss Palmer

 

Teaching Assistant - Mrs Sale

Class Governor: Mrs Smith

 

PTFA link- Mrs Blundell

 

 

 

 

PE Lessons

 

PE lessons are on Monday and Tuesday afternoons. 

 

Please ensure your child has their PE kit in school on these days.

 

 

 

Music Lessons

 

We will be learning the Fife on Thursday afternoons.

 

Please ensure your child has their Fife in school on Thursdays so we can practise!

 

 

Homework

 

Homework will be set on a Friday to be returned on the following Thursday.

 

Homework will always be sent out in green homework books.

 

Our topic this half term is 'Britain?'

Click on the image to find out more about Britain.

 

Can you investigate...

How many countries make up Great Britain?

What are these countries called?

How many counties are there in Britain?

What are the capitals of the three countries that make up Great Britain?

What is the difference between Great Britain and the United Kingdom?

How many miles of coastline are there in Great Britain?

What is the tallest point in Great Britain?

Which city in Great Britain has the highest population?

Who is the current Queen on Great Britain?
How many Kings or Queens have ruled Britain?

What is the name of the longest river in Britain?

What sea surrounds Britain?

 

 

Key vocabulary for our topic. Do you know what any of these words mean?

Great Britain

Country

Counties

Cities

Population

River

Human features

Physical features

Monarchy

Royalty

 

Our Science topic for this half term is 'Light'.

 

Click on the picture above to find out more information about light.

 

Key vocabulary for our science topic. Do you know what all these words mean?

light

dark

shadows

absence

reflect

reflective

light source

artificial light

natural light

 

Keep an eye out for any geography news articles to discuss in class and display on our 'What's in the news?' board.

 

 

Click on the picture above to find out about current news stories.

 

Year three’s inspiring person for this year is Marie Curie. 

Marie Curie was known for her contributions to science and for the development of radium.

 

The children have enjoyed learning about Marie Curie’s life, discoveries, the Marie Curie charity and the meaning of the daffodil. The children have been busy creating their own daffodils which are displayed on our classroom door and learning facts about Marie’s life which they presented in collective worship to the rest of the school. We also have a display in the learning zone all about Marie Curie!


Click on the image below to learn more about Marie Curie.

 

Please practise some spellings each week from the list below:

 

 

Our Class Author is Roald Dahl

 

Click on the picture of Roald Dahl to visit his website.

What can you find out about Roald Dahl?

 

Click on the images below to support your learning at home, My Maths and Rapid Reading.

   

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