Year 3

Miss K Streibelt

Year 3 Blog

Farewell year 3 Jupiter class!

The last day of school has arrived and it's time for me to say goodbye! It has been a privilege to teach these wonderful children and I shall miss them and indeed the whole Washingwell family. Thank you for all the lovely cards, letters and presents. Have a fantastic...

Year 3 Road Safety

Recently, year 3 passed their road safety course with flying colours. This term, the road safety team came along on Thursday mornings to take us out and show the children how to cross the road safely. As we break up for the summer holidays, I hope that everyone will...

Year 3 school trip

The other week, we went on our school trip to Tynemouth beach. Despite the blazing sunshine everywhere else, we arrived to find... fog! A 'sea fret' had descended on the coastline from the sea. However, the children didn't mind one bit and got busy digging and...

Year Three have fun

For our showcase, we did things a little bit differently this time. We showcased our P.E. skills by hosting a rounders event. Parents were encouraged to participate and I have to say, we had a great turnout. All the parents who came joined in fully and we all had a...

The celebration starts here!

Today in year 3, we have been thinking about the upcoming royal wedding of HRH Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. In the morning, we were busy making tiaras and crowns plus writing invitations and delicious sounding menus for the wedding breakfast. Following this, we...

Flex-it Friday in year 3!

Today we had a go at making our own oracle bones. These bones (also known as dragon bones) were used during the Shang Dynasty to predict the future. Originally they were written on ox bones or turtle shell. We wrote ours on clay. They have come out really well.

Year 3 and 4 children had a fantastic day yesterday exploring the different designs in bridge construction by looking at the bridges over the River Tyne, past and present. They attended a workshop at The Discovery Museum in the morning and in the afternoon enjoyed a...

Jewish Symbols

Year 3 are learning about Jewish symbols this afternoon. Did you know that The Torah (the first part of the Jewish bible) is written in Hebrew and that it is read from right to left rather than left to right like we do?


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