Year 3 - Kingfishers 2020

Welcome Kingfishers!
Hello! This page will be a place where we can share any of the wonderful work we get up to! It is also where you can find  communications, including ask me about dates.
Click here to see our curriculum map for the year
Miss Knight, Miss Moore and Mrs Daisy
Ask me abouts
These will go out fortnightly on Fridays.
Ask me abouts will get sent via parent mail on the following dates:
30th April,
14th and 28th May,
18th June,
2nd and 16th of July.
Homework grid
Please find below our half term homework grid. 
Any homework brought in will be kept in the locker area and shown during the last week before the Summer holidays (wb. 19th July).
If you choose to create a power point or something on the computer, please email it to the office as memory sticks are not permitted in school.
Meet the teacher
Please find the power point slides with all the information for Year 3 that would have been shared during our 'meet the teacher' meeting.
The Year 3 timetable slide is how our normal school day would be like.
Google Classroom
Any home learning tasks (or work for those self isolating) will be put on Google classroom ONLY. All children have received log ins for this, but if you require a reminder to access Google classroom, please contact the office. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
There is a 'how to' guide on Google classroom below. 
Our learning in school
Today we caught up with our Egyptian Art. We made papyrus paper by weaving strips of paper together and then modelled clay canopic jar heads. The art projects tested our perseverance lots, but we enjoyed it nonetheless!
Take a look below at our fantastic clay outcomes! The class have all worked hard to create them.
What better way than a walk to get us into our new topic! The weather was on our side with the sun shining throughout our walk around the Albourne countryside.
The class took mini books to write and draw some initial ideas ready for when we get round to writing some nature poetry. We have already been amazed by the text our poems will be inspired by!
We had a fun afternoon for our South Downs ranger visit! We looked at what the South Downs was made out of, how the national park was formed and who allowed the public to be able to walk and use the national park to their leisure.
What a fascinating opportunity, full of great activities!