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In Year 3 we have:

3JR - Mrs Rhodes

3KG - Miss Green

Mrs Dean and Mrs Bickford are our teaching assistants who help support the children with their learning.

All about Year 3

Please find below the link for Home Learning that can be completed if the school has to close. https://webheathfirst-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/lrummey_webheath_worcs_sch_uk/EvoDhomDsWdJlZL730qzPFIBcZK6R_IS80wM_zn-ic3CDg?e=T6eRcj

 

 

Welcome to Year 3

AUTUMN TERM 2022 - The Stone Age

As part of our learning this term, we will be investigating the following key questions:-

How did the people of the stone age live?

How did the stone age people manage to hunt and survive?

What information can we find about a Stone Age site? (Skara Brae)

What different sections can the Stone Age be split into? 

How did the Stone Age people live? (The First Drawing)

Websites to support learning at home:

Prehistoric - KS2 History - BBC Bitesize

The Stone Age | TheSchoolRun

Science- Investigating Light and Dark.

As Scientists, we will be making observations, identifying and classifying different sources of light. This will involve lots of fun and practical investigations.We will also look at how sunlight can damage our skin and eyes. 

AUTUMN 2 -IN THE EVENT OF SERIOUS ROAD SUBSIDENCE HOW ARE AFFECTED PEOPLE ABLE TO KEEP TO THEIR DAILY ROUTINE?

As part of our learning this half term the children will be investigating the following key questions:

  • What materials are used in road repairs?
  • What are the working of working hours of people who do such a job?
  • Is it always possible to know what is under a road?
  • In the event of serious road subsidence how are people affected?
  • How have humans developed the environment to suit their needs?

 

Science - Investigating soils

The children will be investigating different types of soil and identify the similarities and differences.

Spring Term 1 - What effect did the Anglo-Saxon Invasion and settlement have on the culture and history of Britain?

As part of our learning this half term the children will be investigating the following key questions:-

  1. why did the Anglo-Saxons come to Britain?
  2. What is left for historians to study?
  3. What effects did the Anglo-Saxons have on English history?
  4. What was life like in Anglo-Saxon settlements and how did they protect themselves?
  5. How was the landscape and environment affected by the decline of the Romans and the arrival of the Anglo-Saxons?

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Spring Term 1 - Forces and Magnets

The children will build on their previous skills of working scientifically to investigate motion, forces and magnets.  This will involve an exciting experiment to find out which material has the least amount of friction to enable a balloon to travel the furthest distance. We will also be exploring the effect of gravity on model helicopters.

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Spring Term 2 - In what ways can we encourage cultural links between London and Paris?

  1. What is the geographical location of these two capital cities and where are they in relation to capital cities of other countries?
  2. What are the similarities and differences between the human and physical features of both cities?
  3. What resources can help us to discover knowledge of these two capital cities?

 

 

 

 

 

Spring Term 2 - Animals Including Humans

The children will be learning how to identify that animals, including humans, need the right types and amounts of nutrition and that they get nutition from what they eat. They will learn that humans and some other animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement.

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