Cedar Class Year 3
Welcome to Year 3!
Welcome to Cedar Class (Year 3)
In Cedar Class we have been learning about a variety of things while having fun and being creative.
Autumn Term 1
Such a busy term! We have read through two class books, gone to forest school, learned Italian, worked on our place value, addition and subtraction skills as well as learn about forces and magnets in science, all about balance and movement in gymnastics, made great artworks, wrote our own stories and poetry, even learn all about the Ancient Romans and the history of Jazz music. Here are a few of our highlights:
Art: Roman Shields (and Battle Formations from our assembly)
History Projects: Romans
Gallery of Pictures
Trip to the Corinium Museum
Science: Fun with Magnets: Magnet Game Boards
Art: Roman Mosaics
DT (Design and Technology): Roman Sandals
Gallery of Pictures to Come
English: Group Presentations: Roman Architecture
Term 2: Pictures Coming Soon
The School Reading List
Suggested reading books for primary & secondary aged children in the UK
(From the website The School Reading List, not a list directly from WOCPS)
Books for Year 3 – looking for a great book for the classroom, the school library or your child’s collection? The following list contains 50 short chapter books, more advanced picture books and rhyming verse to appeal to children aged 7-8 in lower Key Stage 2 of UK primary schools. There is a range of recommended reads suitable for all ability ranges within this age group, including titles for both reluctant and more independent readers. In all our hand-picked lists, we feature books to appeal to a wide range of interests and situations, including classroom reading corners, school libraries, book clubs, learning at home, reading and discussing using zoom and teams, reading buddies and first free readers. This list of reading suggestions for seven-year-olds is curated by our team of teachers and school librarians, is reviewed termly and includes stories by a range of authors and spans a variety of genres.