This week Y3D have really enjoyed learning all about Guy Fawkes!
We have worked together in our guided reading sessions to solve the Gunpowder plot we had 4 mysterious men who were framed for the gunpowder plotting plan and we read through their backgrounds carefully and studies their movements and eventually convicted Guy Fawkes for the main plotter!
We have also worked extremely hard to make sculptures of our own bonfires and we are currently writing very detailed instructions to inform other children in our school how we made our sculptures! We have came up with some fabulous subheadings and imperative verbs whilst writing our instructions.
Well done Y3D!
Recently, children brought home leaflets for the Christmas Child Shoe Box appeal. We look forward to receiving filled shoe boxes donated to this wonderful charity.
If you are not able to fill a shoebox but would like to make a contribution towards one – please just send in the items with your child and we will fill shoe boxes with donated items.
Follow this link for ideas about what to include in your donated items.
Samaritans Purse – What Goes in My Shoebox
Y3D have had a fantastic start to the Autumn term. This half term we have showed very positive attitudes to new topics we have covered and have enjoyed learning new concepts. We have particularly enjoyed our recent topic in English ‘The Twits’ where we have written some fabulous playscripts. We have also enjoyed learning out the stone age in history – take a look at some photos of us having fun this half term!
We have been learning new skills to design and create a Roman-style mosaic tile. Grouting was a little messy, but everything was enjoyable.
Last week Y3W were lucky enough to have an art workshop with local artist Zoe Scott. We created paintings of things which remind us of Summer including South Shields fair, Souter Lighthouse and camping trips.
First we sketched out our ideas and once we were ready we selected colours to paint with.
It was an amazing morning and we had lots of fun! Thank you Zoe for visiting us.
As part of our Science topic Y3W have been learning about light. We have spent time finding out about different sources of light and how light is used in our everyday lives. We have really enjoyed this topic and the investigations we have carried out.
This week, as part of our learning we visited Souter Lighthouse. This visit gave us a chance to find out even more about light is used in our own community. We were amazed to find out that Souter Lighthouse was the first Lighthouse to generate electricity. We learned lots of other facts about the lighthouse, the role of the lighthouse keeper’s and got to climb right to the top of the lighthouse… climbing over 100 stairs! We even made our own lighthouses by creating closed circuits.
The children were fantastic and we all had a great day.
Here are some photo’s from our visit.
On Tuesday we had a fantastic trip to Souter Lighthouse! We enjoyed our tour and learnt lots of facts about the Lighthouse, and how Lighthouse Keepers lived during that time. After lunch, we enjoyed learning about electricity and made our own lighthouses with a switch to turn it on and off. Here are some pictures of our work:
Harton Primary School will be open on Monday 5th March.
Thank you for your co-operation over the past few days.
Due to weather conditions, Harton Primary School will remain closed on Friday, 2nd March.