Year 3

Sophie Przeslawski
Anning Class Teacher

Diane Saunders
Anning Class Assistant

Rosie Knight
Newton Class Teacher

Shirley Friar
Newton Class Assistant


Year 3 were making progress during their music lesson this afternoon and perfecting how to correctly hold the recorder.


A fantastic example of home learning in the form of a Stone Age House from a member of Newton Class.

Anning Class really enjoyed their Science lesson this week! They tested different soils to see how quickly water drains through and recorded their results in a table. 


Newton Class attempted to make stone age bread for our Harvest assembly. Looks like lots of fun was had!

Year 3 had a wonderful school trip to Lesnes Abbey this week to enjoy further learning on the Stone Age.  They made Stone Age tools and built Stone Age shelters and had lots of fun testing the shelters when Tom the guide threw water on them.


Year 3 had a great Literacy lesson on Friday. They we creating freeze frames for a dramatic event from The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane.


Year 3 went to the Ragged School Museum in East London where they experienced what school was like for a Victorian child.  The Victorian teacher was very scary but they had a brilliant time!


Anning Class have been learning how to compose and send emails today using their own accounts on the iPad's.

Newton class have been learning about Victorian houses in Plumstead. They recreated some of the buildings using clay.  The children painted them carefully thinking about colour and matching them to the colour that the Victorian houses would have been. 


Last week during PE, our coach Wayne introduced Newton Class to circuit training. They understood the importance of interval training and the positive impact this has on the heart rate and fat burning. The children thoroughly enjoyed it, despite being exhausted at the end. 


On Monday Year 3 had their class photo taken for a new project in the TATE gallery. The partnership between Tate, Artangel and A New Direction have invited every primary school in London to be part of a giant collective portrait. It captures tens of thousands of Year 3 school children in a milestone year in their development. The portrait will be an epic picture of the city’s present and an intimation of its future.


Year 3 Latest News

Sports day success!

Posted: Friday 12th July 2019, 11:34am

We had some egg-cellent competition entries this year.

Posted: Friday 5th April 2019, 8:16pm

What a show! Thank you Joe!

Posted: Friday 5th April 2019, 6:01pm
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