Year 3 Social Action Day- 11.10.18
We spent the afternoon helping volunteers from the Friends of Atherton Parks group with some of the fantastic work they do in our local park.
Year 3 Eccles College Visit
Year 3 visited Eccles College to learn about animals and how they live. They had the opportunity to visit the 'zoo' and see a range of different animals in their habitats and learn about what they do to survive.
Many thanks to Rev Reg, Jonathan and Church volunteers who made our visit to the Parish Church a truly reflective experience. Year 3 listened intently to the Easter Story as they toured the displays.
It's. Music Week...
Year 3 and Year 4 are busy with morning rehearsals preparing for the I Sing Pop concert and CD recording. Make sure you join us in St Michael's Church for the live performance next Thursday 16th!
Next week will be Continent Week in geography. Year 3 will be learning about Australasia with a special focus on New Zealand.
The class paid their respects at Atherton Cenotaph, attending the 11am service and researching their family service history.
Welcome to Year 3 for 2016/17
Many thanks for all the wonderful tortoise houses that are currently on view in the classroom. Our Hermann's tortoise now has the most desirable winter homes for hibernation! Watch this space for photos later this week...
Well done to Y3 who raised around £85 for school funds at today's Summer Fair (9th July) on their homemade baking stall. Thank you to Mrs Mawson and Mrs Hunt for exquisite cupcakes. The children have all been busy baking with Mrs Kirkpatrick, bringing in their own recipes. Many thanks to the children who were able to come along and help on the stall, it is really appreciated and we couldn't have done it without you!
The class have enjoyed two visits to the High School within the week. Making pop up storybooks was the theme on Wednesday 29th June when the children also had the opportunity to use specialist design & technology equipment.
Last Friday 24th June the fine weather meant the Rounders session could take place on the all weather pitch. The children were able to build on the skills they have learnt in PE this term before team games. For a selection of more action photos, pop over to the PE curriculum page which is part of the Sport Menu.
During the night on Thursday 10th December, there must have been an intruder in Y3 classroom. On Friday morning, the children spotted small footsteps leading to the Christmas tree. When they examined their Christmas stockings, each had a chocolate reindeer inside! Tied onto the top of the Christmas tree was a small red neckerchief. The teachers are baffled and Mr Gregory said that when he left school on Thursday, he didn't see anything unusual. However, Mrs Evans noticed an elf was in school - could she have been the mystery visitor?
We observed the two minutes silence at Atherton Cenotaph on Remembrance Day with Rev Reg. Spending time there helped us to learn about the sacrifices our community has made for our freedom. Thank you all our families who shared service history and memories with us during Remembrance Week.
We Will Remember Them
Welcome to Year 3 2015/2016
A warm welcome to family, friends and visitors from the children and class pet! If we belong to Owl House, we are pictured wearing our own clothes - our reward for winning the house points last term.
Below you'll find information from last year's Y3.
Welcome to Year 3 2014/15
This term's home/school project has produced outstanding Time Capsules that would certainly inform future generations about children's lifestyle in 2015! The children have led table discussions about what's inside them and Mrs. Quinlivan has been fascinated by the imaginative presentation. Well done children and thank you to parents for making sure the idea was such a success.
Check out the photos of Y3 from Friday's (19/06) Book Day! Thank you parents for all your effort. It helped to make for a memorable day.
Have you seen the Kids’ Zone? Play games and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites.
Year 3 will be having their traditional strawberries and ice cream tea next Tuesday afternoon, 7th July. Esio Trot will be joining us to celebrate and reflect on our year together.
Year 3 have been putting into practice their learning about General and Local Elections in Britain. They have been choosing who will represent them on the School Council next year. Manifestos have been created and shared ; candidates have faced the electorate in Y3 Question Time ; secret balloting on the hustings has taken place and there's been an official count. Results can't be announced yet as we are waiting for a postal vote (poorly child). All Y3 residents (under the age of 9) have voted. There was a tense moment for the Presiding Officer when a candidate requested a recount!