Pond Life - 20.07.17

Jill Townsley Art - 13.07.17

Mini-beast Hunt - Wednesday 12th July 2017

Eva Rothschild - Monday 10th July 2017

Garden Design - Monday 26th June

Willow Weaving - Monday 26th June

Chocolate Rewards Day - Wednesday 29th March

Genius week - The Final Projects - Friday 17th March

Genius Week - Day 4 - Thursday 16th March

Genius week - Day 2 - Tuesday 14th March

Genius Week - Day 1 - Monday 13th March

Egyptian Necklaces - March 2017

British Museum - Thursday 19th January 2017

Class 3 

Spring Term 2016 - Ancient Egyptians

I hope everyone had a good Christmas and happy new year. The children should be rested and ready to return to school this week.

We will be starting our Egyptian topic which will see the children learning about many aspects of this ancient civilisation up to Egypt today. There is a trip to the British Museum, London, including a workshop on mummification. 

We will be learning about the Egyptians, running parallel with Classes 4 and 5. To suit the needs of the children in my class I will planning my lessons from a variety of resources. Therefore, below, I have linked to two medium term plans and I have the facility to choose from either plan.

I am excited to be tailoring the curriculum to suit the children and having visited the British Museum before, I know the trip will be fascinating for all involved.


Egyptian Topic Overview

Egyptian Topic Overview

Eddy's Antics - December 2016

Eddy's Antics - December 2016

Eddy's Weekend Away - 03.12.16 - 04.12.16

History Day - 09.11.16

Colchester Zoo - 20.10.16

Eddie the Penguin - 18th October 2016

28 Children go Exploring - 14th October 2016

Class 3 Dream Jars - 16th September 2016

More Dream Jars - 15th September 2016

Final day for entries Friday 16th Spetember.

Dream Jars - 14th September 2016

Dream Jars - 13th September 2016

Dream Jars - 12th September 2016

Dream Jars - 9th September 2016

Here are some of the dream jars so far. They are looking good, so please keep them coming in.

Autumn Term 2016

Welcome to Class 3, I hope you all had a good refreshing, relaxing summer and are ready for the new school year. Class 3 will start the year with the exciting Arctic Adventures topic. They will be introduced  to the freezing and fabulous Arctic in this cross-curricular topic. They will learn about Arctic explorers, the Inuit way of life, Aurora Borealis, ice and its properties,  and Arctic animals.

Please find below the National Curriculum topic we intend to cover and a brief outline which each one entails.


Arctic Adventures - Autumn 2016

Friday 22nd July 2016
Question: What do you get if you mix, 19 children, one camera and props?
Answer: 15 minutes of laughter and mess.

Rewards Day - 20th July 2016

If you go down to the woods today - Thursday 14th July 2016

Rugby Haka - Friday 1st July 2016

Red, White and Blue Day - 20th May 2016

Summer Olympic Sports - 28th April 2016

Rio Masks - 12th April 2016

World Book Day

Our costumes from World Book day and The Enchanted Wood.


Welcome back and we hope you all had a good break. Class 3 have started their Spring term topic of Superheroes by looking at the work of Edward Jenner and his pioneering work with a vacination for small pox.


Please find below the National Curriculum topic we intend to cover and a brief outline which each one entails.


Spring 2016 - Superheroes



Class 3 have been studying castles for their topic during the autumn term, below is all the National Curriculum statements they should cover by Christmas.


Autumn 2015 - Castles


Below are images of our performance of Tattybogle

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Autumn Term 1 Homework

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Year 2 homework

Year 3 homework

Any queries please do not hesitate to ask me after school.

Have fun.

Mrs Adams


Rewards Day, Wat Tyler Park - 20th July 2017

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This morning there was doubt in Class 3 as to what the weather would be like for our rewards outing to Wat Tyler Park so we set off with sun cream and waterproofs. Classes 2, 3 and 5 had a free morning before their activities in the afternoon. They split themselves in to two groups; Explorers and Players. 

The Explorers went off the explore the park following the Explosives Trail while the Players discovered the joy of an open field and woods to play in. Unfortunately at 11.00 am the heavens opened and we all ran for shelter where the children asked could they eat their lunch. All the adults thought it was a bit early but listened to the rumbling tummies and decided what else could they do when it was raining. At 11.30 am it stopped raining and the children were allowed back outside to play. Some children chose to jump in muddy puddles while other played chase games.

At 12.15pm Classes 2, 3 and 5 started their afternoon activities. Class 3 spent sometime listening to the activity leader while looking at pictures of pond life they might see. It was during this time I was proud to be their teacher as they were able to answer many difficult questions using the correct scientific language. Back out in the open air around Wat Tyler's specially fenced off ponds the children had a go at 'Pond Life' bingo. Soon there were many squeals of joy and shout of 'Look at this' as the Class exploded into life searching and naming the pond life they managed to find.

All too soon the activity had to come to an end as we needed to wash our hands and get back on the coach to return to school.

The children had a great time and I was glad that they were 'my children'. Excellent behaviour and manners. Well done Class 3 and I hope you all have a great summer holidays.


Mini-beast Hunt - July 2017

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The children in Class 3 over the past three weeks have been looking at items that are either living, have been living or never been living and where such animals live. This culminated on Tuesday 12th July with the children participating in a mini-beast hunt locally. They found many many mini-beasts including some that were not on the list.

Well done Class 3


Eva Rothschild

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Class 3 practiced their skills in perseverance, resilience and creative thinking when trying to create a sculpture in the style of Eva Rothschild, abstract 3D artist. They soon realised that cubes needed support to stop them collapsing and some where able to overcome this while others adapted their design.

Well done Class 3 it looks like you have created a molecule factory.



Garden Design

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In readiness for the village show on Saturday 8th July Class 3 have designed and create their miniature gardens. They spent a lovely afternoon outside making their gardens, some followed their design, other have been embellished slightly!

A big thank you to H Smith Plastics Ltd of Battlesbridge for donating the seed trays

Come and see their fantastic creations in the village hall on Saturday 8th July.


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