Science Week

Year 3 kicked off their science week remembering what they had learnt about electricity. They used this information to make a circuit which lit up their bug's nose. They then had the challenge to build the strongest tower using just spaghetti and marshmallows!

 

 
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The Games Children Play

As part of our Art topic we have been looking at the painting 'Children's Games' by Pieter Bruegel.

We have explored a range of traditional children's games both indoors and outdoors and compared them to our modern day varieties. 

We have had a lot of fun and have even been recreating some of these games in our breaks and lunchtimes! 

In drama, we created our own freeze frames based on the painting and developed our own character. 

Here are some pictures of our exciting learning. 

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