Hello Summer!

Yes, the sun is finally out to say Hello!

I hope my little Y3’s are feeling refreshed after a lovely 2 week break and I hope you’ve managed to do lots of nice things.

I’ve got lots of fun lessons and activities planned for you this week and it’ll start off with you all putting your little scientist heads on! So, remember, think scientifically.

our PE days are now on a Tuesday afternoon and a Friday morning. Remember both indoor and outdoor kits are needed.

Take a look at the Curriculum tab at the top of the page to see what we will be doing this half term OR take a look at the Twitter stream in the side bar.

I’m looking forward to seeing you tomorrow and hearing all of your tales.
See you all tomorrow and enjoy your Sunday

Miss L-B


Happy half term and some beautiful flowers.

What a fabulous half term Y3, you have all really worked hard.

Please take a look at our Twitter account to keep an eye on Y3!

A BIG well done to our BLOG competition winner ‘Isabelle’ and another well done to our runner up ‘Libby’. You were both so dedicated to the competition and I am so impressed.

Another well done for your brilliant historical minds this week, you now all know so SO much about Maghull.

Please look at our creative flair this week on the presentation below.

Hello everyone,

I’m hoping that the sun will shine for us more this week, fingers crossed!

Please don’t forget to practise your spellings for the test on Friday and to go onto Mathletics ๐Ÿ˜€ You’re doing so well- keep it up.

Please look at the slideshow to see a lovely quote and don’t forget you can find us on Twitter.

Miss Lewis-Brown


OAA for Monday

Well done Y3 on last Monday’s challenge. Working together and problem solving can be a tricky task.

What do you think are good ways of getting better at working together. Have a go at explaining your ideas using the Padlet below.

This Monday, we are going to start with Cup and Domes. (I found the cones, they were hidden away at the back of the cupboard.)

ร‚ย Sets up a court with half the cones pointing upwards like a cup and half the cones pointing downwards like a dome. With two teams, one team must turn the cups over to make them domes and the other team must turn the domes over to make cups.

We are going to have another go at the game “Crossing the Stream”. This week there can be only three feet in each hoop.

A stream is marked out by using ropes. Small groups of children are to use the hoops provided as stepping stones in order to cross the stream. If a child steps out of the hoop the group begins again. Only four feet are allowed in any one hoop at any one time. Take hoops away or allow only three feet in a hoop to make the challenge more difficult.

Next, an activity that involves a little bit of thinking and a lot of working out.

Number cards.

Task รขโ‚ฌโ€œ In groups of nine, children take a card and number themselves 1 รขโ‚ฌโ€œ 9. The children form a circle around number 5 and arrange themselves so that everyone opposite each other, plus the number 5, adds up to a total of 15.

When we get back into the classroom, the task is to carry on creating a seating plan of the classroom because next week part of our activities will involve using a plan of the playground to find and locate different places.