Category Archives: Year 3

Y3 Have Been Measuring Strength In Science!

Y3 Have Been Measuring Strength In Science!

Year 3 have been thinking about how they could measure the strength of their muscles in their arms as part of their science topic, ‘Animals, Including Humans’.  The question that was raised through this investigation was, “What might you notice if you took that measurement every minute?”  Take a look at their work:

      

Y3’s Assembly on The Good Samaritan

Y3’s Assembly on The Good Samaritan

On the Friday before half term, 24th May, Y3 presented their version of The Good Samaritan story with their parents and the whole school.  Here it is:   Hello everyone!  Welcome to Year 3’s assembly! Today’s liturgical theme is ‘love your neighbour’. The Pharisees asked Jesus a question. Which of God’s commandments is the greatest?…Read More

Body Science in Y3

Body Science in Y3

Yesterday, Y3 had a super science afternoon investigating many interesting and incredible facts about the human body.  Come, take a look:                                  Read More

Y3 Reasoning Like Pythagoras

Y3 Reasoning Like Pythagoras

Last week, we all took part in some Pythagorean challenges and investigated square numbers, then triangle numbers later on in the week, just like the ancient Greek, Pythagoras.  Following these investigations, we looked at a variety of statements by ancient Greek thinkers and had to prove whether they were correct or incorrect.  Come and take…Read More

Y3 Helps Archimedes Investigate Water Displacement

Y3 Helps Archimedes Investigate Water Displacement

As part of our Ancient Greece Creative Curriculum topic, Y3 have been learning about that great inventor, scientist, mathematician, philosopher and astronomer, Archimedes and how taking a bath led to Archimedes’ great idea – Eureka! For the story of how he used this idea to help the King of Sicily solve the problem of his…Read More

Y3 Science: Magnets

Y3 Science: Magnets

Last week, Y3 created their own magnet ‘Go Fish’ maths games to inspire the accurate use of the scientific vocabulary associated with magnetism: ‘force’,  ‘attract’, ‘repel’, ‘north pole’, ‘south pole’, etc.                   Read More