Year 3 Events Gallery 2017

Take a look at some of the great things we have been doing in our class.

 

 

Our Roman Trip to Dewa in Chester - June 2017

 

On Thursday 22nd June, we had a wonderful time at the DEWA Roman Experience in Chester! We rowed across the water to get to Brittania, wrapped a broken arm with sticks, bandages and honey, and had a Roman bath where a slave covered our skin with oil and then scraped off the dirt. After looking at a ‘real’ archeological dig and observing Roman artefacts such as jewellery, pottery, coins and mosaics, we became Roman legionaries and marched to the Roman gardens and amphitheatre. Here we followed orders and created a ‘tortoise’ formation with our shields.

Primary Engineering Celebrations - 4th July 2017

On 4th July, Isabelle and Jake entered the Primary Engineer Competition against other Oldham schools. The group for their age was called the Apprentice Level … and they WON! 

This means that they will go to the regional final in Bury on 12th July and if successful there, it’ll then be the national final in London … fingers crossed.

Coffee Morning 19th May 2017

On Friday 19th May Year 3 performed to friends and family at the Coffee Morning.

We sang a song called ‘The Water Cycle Rag’ which we had learned to help us understand the water cycle during our Mountain High River Deep topic.  Afterwards we sat and enjoyed our milkshakes and toast whilst watching and listening to Year 4’s fabulous performance.

 

Healthy Minds Charity Visit - March 2017

On Wednesday 8th March we had a lovely visit from the mental health charity Healthy Minds. We learnt about how we need to look after our minds and emotions as well as our bodies and talked about different ways to do this e.g. having hobbies, exercising, talking to other people and having quiet time.

 

World Book Day - March 2017

What a great day we had in school on Thursday 2nd March as it was World Book Day!  We all dressed up as characters from Peter Pan. We wrote book reviews about 'The Day The Crayons Quit' after the teachers read out and acted this book during assembly.  In the afternoon we visited Lees Library where we listened to Sue the librarian, read an extract from Harry Potter. Afterwards we had a fun quiz to see who had been listening well!