Year 3 were lucky to have Mr Bignall from Windsor Sports Partnership treat them to an afternoon of frisbee fun. They played lots of games and had fun practising throwing frisbees.
In the run up to Christmas we have made calendars, cards, bobble hat tree decorations and reindeer. We also had a competition to see who could make the longest paper chain out of one piece of A4 paper. Edgar was our worthy winner with a paper chain of 8.48m with Bobby a close runner up. Reverend…
We had so much fun creating the videos for our letters D, L and U for the online Clewer Green Advent calendar. Here are some of the photos....Click on https://www.clewergreen.org.uk/a-z-advent for another look at all the videos.
Congratulations to the winners of the Tudors Christmas Quiz.
Do you know which film this image is from?
Make the longest paper chain you can just using an A4 piece of paper! Everyone in the class took up the challenge and the longest chain measured 5.55m!! Congratulations to our 3 finalists and of course, our worthy winner!
The class enjoyed being outside for a Nativity with Rev Rosie.
Easy once you know how! Tudors class making bobble hat decorations for the Christmas tree.
Year 3 have been lucky to have athletics coaching this term from the Sports Partnership. Everyone has learnt new skills, discus throwing using quoits was especially fun.
Continuing the Egyptian theme, Year 3 are studying the Pharaohs and in particular Tutankhamun. As well as their own headdresses, they all drew the famous "King Tut" as well as the sacred scarab beetle, symbol of rebirth and immortality.
As part of the Rocks and Soils topic in Science, Year 3 are modelling erosion with the use of water and LOTs and LOTS of shaking!
Year 3 have been creating artwork as part of the Ancient Egypt topic. They all loved learning about the secrets of the pyramids!
Year 3 have been studying fairy tales in English this term. We have looked at both Jack and the Beanstalk and Little Red Riding Hood We chose the Princess and the Pea for our final art lesson before half term.