St Andrew's

C of E Primary School

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Year 3 Swans

Summer 1:

This term the children will be flying all 'Around the World' for our Geography topic. 

The children will be travelling with their passports to a range of different countries, learning about the seven continents of the world and many other interesting facts.


Well Done Swans for winning Reading Star two weeks in a row!

Keep it up!

Cheerleading in PE

Shrove Tuesday = Pancakes

Spring 1

Happy New Year Swans.

I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.

What a lovely start to the New Year, we have come back with a positive attitude and  brilliant approach to our learning. Let's keep it going!


We have many exciting activities and learning that we will be completing this term. Our new topic is 'Walk like an Egyptian' and we will be studying the history of Ancient Egypt, recreating artefacts and writing like an Egyptian. 


We would like to share our learning with you if you would like to join us for our 'Learning Together' on the 1st February at 1:30 pm.


Don't forget Swans, please read three times with an adult (making sure they sign your reading record).

Autumn 1:

The topic for this term is healthy eating and the digestive system. The children will be learning about healthy and unhealthy food, the food pyramid and balanced meals. The children will have the opportunity to take part in a fruit tasting lesson, trying new fruit and becoming familiar with where the fruit can be grown.

Autumn 2:

This half term our topic will be focusing on fossils and rocks. We will be finding out different facts about fossils, learning the difference between fossils and rocks, as well as undertaking some research in to how old fossils might be, and where we would be able to find them. We will be completing a range of activities, for example; drawing our own dinosaur fossils and even creating our own fossils.


We are trying extremely hard to win the reading stars for our class, so please don't forget to read three times with an adult and write it in your reading record.