Year 3 Mrs Manning

 Curriculum 2019/2020

Spring term :  The Romans

Maths: Roman numerals/ fractions

Literacy: This term, we shall be using Romans on the Rampage as our feature text! Creating a day in the life of a soldier in the form of a diary entry - linking with our history topic "the Romans." Later in the term we will be looking at real life historical artefacts and using them as a focus for our writing.

Science: Magnets and forces, and light.

Art: In our art sessions we will be looking at the light spectrum and how artists use light to affect their paintings, colour mixing and using paints as our main medium.

ICT: Children will continue using a variety of programmes on the iPads, such as Scratch and Times table Rock stars. We will also be looking at green screen recordings.

History: This term we will be looking at the Romans. Organising timelines, looking at the invasion of Britain, the influence the Romans left behind and their way of living. 

Music: Children will be following the Music express scheme of work.

RE: Christianity

PE: Ball skills and dance

 

Armistice Day

Our school has been studying World War One in the run up to Armistice Day. The children have looked at the causes of the war and the effects it had on the people who foght in it, as well on the widere impact it had on people at home. Today everyone listened carefully to some readings and a pome in a special assembly to mark two minutes silence. The wreaths of poppies they had made were laid in a procession and showed the care and respect the pupils have for those who were affected by war.

Find below pictures of the children creating cave paintings for our Stone Age topic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year 3 Mrs Manning

 Curriculum 2019/2020

Spring term :  The Romans

Maths: Roman numerals/ fractions

Literacy: This term, we shall be using Romans on the Rampage as our feature text! Creating a day in the life of a soldier in the form of a diary entry - linking with our history topic "the Romans." Later in the term we will be looking at real life historical artefacts and using them as a focus for our writing.

Science: Magnets and forces, and light.

Art: In our art sessions we will be looking at the light spectrum and how artists use light to affect their paintings, colour mixing and using paints as our main medium.

ICT: Children will continue using a variety of programmes on the iPads, such as Scratch and Times table Rock stars. We will also be looking at green screen recordings.

History: This term we will be looking at the Romans. Organising timelines, looking at the invasion of Britain, the influence the Romans left behind and their way of living. 

Music: Children will be following the Music express scheme of work.

RE: Christianity

PE: Ball skills and dance

 

Armistice Day

Our school has been studying World War One in the run up to Armistice Day. The children have looked at the causes of the war and the effects it had on the people who foght in it, as well on the widere impact it had on people at home. Today everyone listened carefully to some readings and a pome in a special assembly to mark two minutes silence. The wreaths of poppies they had made were laid in a procession and showed the care and respect the pupils have for those who were affected by war.

Find below pictures of the children creating cave paintings for our Stone Age topic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KS2 Rememberance at Kingsley 9th November 2018

 

'We shall remember them'.

 

 

Curriculum 2019/2020

 

Autumn term :  The Stone Age

Maths: Place value/ Addition and Subtraction.

Literacy: Instructional texts, using "How to wash a Woolly Mammoth" as the focus, followed by writing an adventure story, with historical features based on the book "The Stone Age boy".

Science: Healthy lifestyles

Art: We are lucky to have resident artist Piper for the first half term, who will be looking at developing shading skills in particular those concerning shadows.

ICT: Children will be using a variety of programmes on the iPads, such as Scratch and Times table Rock stars.

History: This term we will be looking at the Stone Age. Organising timelines, looking at all three era's and quashing those misconceptions, such as "all Stone Age people lived in caves!"

Music: The children will be learning the recorder, looking at and reading sheet music and following the Music express scheme of work.

RE: Christianity

PE: Gymnastics and Football/Hockey

PSHE: Jigsaw

Curriculum

Summer term  :  Wild weather

Maths: Time and statistics

Literacy: The children will be writing a letter! They will place themselves in the position of "The little boat" who has been on a journey and they will write home to tell of all the exciting places, things and people they have seen. 

https://vimeo.com/22894261

Science: Light and space and magnets and forces.

Art: We will be looking at lots of different medium this term, from paints to clay and producing various pieces.

ICT: using scratch, children will be recreating the video of The little boat from their literacy work

History: This term we will be looking at the Romans. Organising timelines, looking at the Gods and Goddesses worshipped by the Romans. Hadriens wall and much more!

Music: The children will be creating soundscapes, using their voices and objects to create a backing track for their videos created in their music lessons.

RE: Christianity

PE: Multi sports and archery.

PSHE: Jigsaw

Spring term 1 :  The Romans

Maths: Fractions

Literacy: The children will be writing a quest myth! They will take their Roman hero on an adventure to solve a problem, defeat the mythical beast and free the village from the curse that is set to ruin them!

Science: Rocks and fossils

Art: We shall be looking in more depth at a particular artist and re-creating pieces of work influenced by his style

ICT: Being safer online and efficient ways to find information

History: This term we will be looking at the Romans. Organising timelines, looking at the Gods and Goddesses worshipped by the Romans. Hadriens wall and much more!

Music: The children are continuing to learn the recorder, reading music and playing new tunes!

RE: Christianity

PE: Gymnastics and Hockey

PSHE: Jigsaw

Curriculum

Autumn term 2 :  Into the Forest

Maths: Subtraction and Multiplication

Literacy: The Kingsley Colussus! We have had a visitor over last weekend and after much investigation we found that the Kingsley Colussus has returned to our school! The children have found a large hammock that has appeared outside the Year 3 classrooms and there are many pie tins that have been left scattered around. Children will be using Talk for writing (Pie Corbett) to learn a text map in order to write their own non-chronological reports.   Book Talk, Reading Comprehension, Spelling and Dictation

Science: Pollination and seed dispersal, including practical investigations.

Art: We will be looking at artists such as Carl Warner who produces some wonderful pieces of art created with drawings of different foods, Children will be re-creating some of his work. 

ICT: Online safety and coding, along with other basic computer skills such as manipulation of text using word.

Geography: We are looking at the United Kingdom, including its cities, rivers, seas and mountains, later in the term we will be comparing Northampton with another  town called Northampton in the USA

Music: This term children are learning the recorder!

RE: Christianity

PE: Real PE scheme and Basketball skills

PSHE: Jigsaw

 

Curriculum

Autumn term 1:  Into the Forest

Maths: Place Value of numbers

Literacy: Into the Forest by Anthony Browne. We will be using drama to explore a characters thoughts and feelings, making predictions, describing characters and settings using a variety of language features.  Book Talk, Reading Comprehension, Spelling and Dictation

Science: What plants and flowers need to grow, including practical investigations.

Art: We are lucky enough to have resident Artist Piper this term, he will be working with the children looking at Lines, shape. colour and texture 

ICT: Online safety and coding, along with other basic computer skills such as manipulation of text using word.

Geography: We are looking at the United Kingdom, including its cities, rivers, seas and mountains, later in the term we will be comparing Northampton with another  town called Northampton in the USA

Music: Making soundscapes linked to the forest, thinking about rythm using a range of instruments including their own bodies.

RE: Christianity

PE: Real PE scheme and Tennis

PSHE: Jigsaw

Welcome!

Firstly, I would like to say a very warm welcome to year three. I am really proud of how hard the children have worked since they started in year 3,  We do have lots of different routines along with the same school expectations and they are all trying their best to follow them. 

Say Hello to the Year 3 Staff

I am Mrs Manning and my valuable support worker is Mrs Dale. Please come and speak to us either in the morning or at the end of the day if you need to.

September 2018 - July 2019 - Welcome to the children and their Parents/Carers.

 

 

This Wednesday is our trip to Bosworth Water Park.... children will need to bring:-   a packed lunch, drinks for the day,  towel, suncream and a sun-hat  and clean dry clothes.  They do not have to wear uniform.

                           

                    Click on the link below to take you the website.  We are visiting the beach area, (adult knee depth), crazy golf and the play areas including The Black Pearl Adventure.  Children will also be treated to an ice lolly whilst we are there.  Thank you for your support.

                         

Relationships and Sex Education

Thank you to all the parents that attended the meeting before half term.  As promised, here is a list of books that might be suitable to share with your children.

Let’s talk about the birds and bees – Molly Potter

Hair in funny places – Babette Cole

Secret Girls’ Business - Fay Angelo, Heather Anderson & Rose Stewart

Secret Boys’ Business - Fay Angelo, Heather Anderson & Rose Stewart

Puberty Girl - Shushann Movsessian  

Puberty Boy - Geoff Price

 

For older children

 It’s perfectly normal – Robie H Harris

The Period Book - Karen Gravelle

What’s Going on Down There - Karen Gravelle

Welcome to our new website year 3 parents. We have a very busy term ahead of us!! Our topic  this term is Wild Weather, we will be looking at continents, oceans, weather and climate.

For science we are investigating light and shadows.We will learn about the spectrum of colour, the effect on white light when passed through a prism and we will make puppets to test the effect that light has on shadows. Later in the term we will be testing magnets and forces.

In Literacy we are looking at "The Tunnel" by Anthony Browne using a mixture of both drama and written work, all towards writing an adventure story!!  Later in the term we will be watching "The boat" a short silent movie, to inspire the children's writing.

In Maths we will be looking at shape 2D and 3D, investigating money and then will be working on using the column method to add and subtract. Later in the term we will be looking at geometry and statistics.

For art we will be observing the skills used for Pointillism made famous by George Seurat and recreating various pieces of artwork.

We have a few exciting year group trips to look forward to, including Hammerton Zoo, a trip to Bosworth Water park and hopefully, weather pending :) a picnic with parents!!

We look forward to a great term with you all.

Thank you to all the children for participating and collecting sponsorship money. YOU WERE FANTASTIC!!

pic collage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

KS2 Rememberance at Kingsley 9th November 2018

 

'We shall remember them'.

 

 

Curriculum 2019/2020

 

Autumn term :  The Stone Age

Maths: Place value/ Addition and Subtraction.

Literacy: Instructional texts, using "How to wash a Woolly Mammoth" as the focus, followed by writing an adventure story, with historical features based on the book "The Stone Age boy".

Science: Healthy lifestyles

Art: We are lucky to have resident artist Piper for the first half term, who will be looking at developing shading skills in particular those concerning shadows.

ICT: Children will be using a variety of programmes on the iPads, such as Scratch and Times table Rock stars.

History: This term we will be looking at the Stone Age. Organising timelines, looking at all three era's and quashing those misconceptions, such as "all Stone Age people lived in caves!"

Music: The children will be learning the recorder, looking at and reading sheet music and following the Music express scheme of work.

RE: Christianity

PE: Gymnastics and Football/Hockey

PSHE: Jigsaw

Curriculum

Summer term  :  Wild weather

Maths: Time and statistics

Literacy: The children will be writing a letter! They will place themselves in the position of "The little boat" who has been on a journey and they will write home to tell of all the exciting places, things and people they have seen. 

https://vimeo.com/22894261

Science: Light and space and magnets and forces.

Art: We will be looking at lots of different medium this term, from paints to clay and producing various pieces.

ICT: using scratch, children will be recreating the video of The little boat from their literacy work

History: This term we will be looking at the Romans. Organising timelines, looking at the Gods and Goddesses worshipped by the Romans. Hadriens wall and much more!

Music: The children will be creating soundscapes, using their voices and objects to create a backing track for their videos created in their music lessons.

RE: Christianity

PE: Multi sports and archery.

PSHE: Jigsaw

Spring term 1 :  The Romans

Maths: Fractions

Literacy: The children will be writing a quest myth! They will take their Roman hero on an adventure to solve a problem, defeat the mythical beast and free the village from the curse that is set to ruin them!

Science: Rocks and fossils

Art: We shall be looking in more depth at a particular artist and re-creating pieces of work influenced by his style

ICT: Being safer online and efficient ways to find information

History: This term we will be looking at the Romans. Organising timelines, looking at the Gods and Goddesses worshipped by the Romans. Hadriens wall and much more!

Music: The children are continuing to learn the recorder, reading music and playing new tunes!

RE: Christianity

PE: Gymnastics and Hockey

PSHE: Jigsaw

Curriculum

Autumn term 2 :  Into the Forest

Maths: Subtraction and Multiplication

Literacy: The Kingsley Colussus! We have had a visitor over last weekend and after much investigation we found that the Kingsley Colussus has returned to our school! The children have found a large hammock that has appeared outside the Year 3 classrooms and there are many pie tins that have been left scattered around. Children will be using Talk for writing (Pie Corbett) to learn a text map in order to write their own non-chronological reports.   Book Talk, Reading Comprehension, Spelling and Dictation

Science: Pollination and seed dispersal, including practical investigations.

Art: We will be looking at artists such as Carl Warner who produces some wonderful pieces of art created with drawings of different foods, Children will be re-creating some of his work. 

ICT: Online safety and coding, along with other basic computer skills such as manipulation of text using word.

Geography: We are looking at the United Kingdom, including its cities, rivers, seas and mountains, later in the term we will be comparing Northampton with another  town called Northampton in the USA

Music: This term children are learning the recorder!

RE: Christianity

PE: Real PE scheme and Basketball skills

PSHE: Jigsaw

 

Curriculum

Autumn term 1:  Into the Forest

Maths: Place Value of numbers

Literacy: Into the Forest by Anthony Browne. We will be using drama to explore a characters thoughts and feelings, making predictions, describing characters and settings using a variety of language features.  Book Talk, Reading Comprehension, Spelling and Dictation

Science: What plants and flowers need to grow, including practical investigations.

Art: We are lucky enough to have resident Artist Piper this term, he will be working with the children looking at Lines, shape. colour and texture 

ICT: Online safety and coding, along with other basic computer skills such as manipulation of text using word.

Geography: We are looking at the United Kingdom, including its cities, rivers, seas and mountains, later in the term we will be comparing Northampton with another  town called Northampton in the USA

Music: Making soundscapes linked to the forest, thinking about rythm using a range of instruments including their own bodies.

RE: Christianity

PE: Real PE scheme and Tennis

PSHE: Jigsaw

Welcome!

Firstly, I would like to say a very warm welcome to year three. I am really proud of how hard the children have worked since they started in year 3,  We do have lots of different routines along with the same school expectations and they are all trying their best to follow them. 

Say Hello to the Year 3 Staff

I am Mrs Manning and my valuable support worker is Mrs Dale. Please come and speak to us either in the morning or at the end of the day if you need to.

September 2018 - July 2019 - Welcome to the children and their Parents/Carers.

 

 

This Wednesday is our trip to Bosworth Water Park.... children will need to bring:-   a packed lunch, drinks for the day,  towel, suncream and a sun-hat  and clean dry clothes.  They do not have to wear uniform.

                           

                    Click on the link below to take you the website.  We are visiting the beach area, (adult knee depth), crazy golf and the play areas including The Black Pearl Adventure.  Children will also be treated to an ice lolly whilst we are there.  Thank you for your support.

                         

Relationships and Sex Education

Thank you to all the parents that attended the meeting before half term.  As promised, here is a list of books that might be suitable to share with your children.

Let’s talk about the birds and bees – Molly Potter

Hair in funny places – Babette Cole

Secret Girls’ Business - Fay Angelo, Heather Anderson & Rose Stewart

Secret Boys’ Business - Fay Angelo, Heather Anderson & Rose Stewart

Puberty Girl - Shushann Movsessian  

Puberty Boy - Geoff Price

 

For older children

 It’s perfectly normal – Robie H Harris

The Period Book - Karen Gravelle

What’s Going on Down There - Karen Gravelle

Welcome to our new website year 3 parents. We have a very busy term ahead of us!! Our topic  this term is Wild Weather, we will be looking at continents, oceans, weather and climate.

For science we are investigating light and shadows.We will learn about the spectrum of colour, the effect on white light when passed through a prism and we will make puppets to test the effect that light has on shadows. Later in the term we will be testing magnets and forces.

In Literacy we are looking at "The Tunnel" by Anthony Browne using a mixture of both drama and written work, all towards writing an adventure story!!  Later in the term we will be watching "The boat" a short silent movie, to inspire the children's writing.

In Maths we will be looking at shape 2D and 3D, investigating money and then will be working on using the column method to add and subtract. Later in the term we will be looking at geometry and statistics.

For art we will be observing the skills used for Pointillism made famous by George Seurat and recreating various pieces of artwork.

We have a few exciting year group trips to look forward to, including Hammerton Zoo, a trip to Bosworth Water park and hopefully, weather pending :) a picnic with parents!!

We look forward to a great term with you all.

Thank you to all the children for participating and collecting sponsorship money. YOU WERE FANTASTIC!!

pic collage