Welcome to Hen Harriers - Year 3!
Welcome to our Year 3 page! We will be updating this page regularly to let you know what we have been learning and how we are demonstrating our 5 Reydon Learning Behaviours
As we are now in Key Stage 2, we will be working very hard (as always!) whilst promoting and rewarding independence.
Please see our Autumn curriculum newsletter, which has all the details of our learning.
If you have any questions or concerns, please remember we are always here and available most days after school.
Thank you for your continued support.
Miss Freeman, Mrs Curry and Mrs Hutchinson.
Black History Month
As October was Black History month, Year 3 chose an artist called Christopher Ofili to learn about. We found out that he was famous for painting with elephant dung. Year 3 recreated his painting 'No Woman No Cry', also using elephant dung (mud) to give a similar effect to their creations. Have a look at our amazing artwork!
The children have been amazing at starting their French lessons in Year 3! So we thought we would shared them with you!
Year 3 have loved learning about their Stone Age topic. We have created our own Stone Age paintings, looked at tools, learnt about Stone Age homes and we have also cooked our own Stone Age stew with berries and honey. Here are some pictures of our topic so far!
Stone Age Houses
Have a look at our amazingly creative Stone Age houses that we made for our homework. The children have put an incredible effort and time into making these houses, and the hard work has paid off! Well done Year 3 and thank you to the parents that have helped made it possible for the children to go exploring for resources.
Stone Age Day at Ringsfield Hall
The children (and adults) had such a fun and amazing day on our Stone Age school trip to Ringsfield. We learnt so much and did so many exciting activities. We created our own Stone Age houses, made spears, learnt how to make a fire, Stone Age painting, made nettle bread , and we even picked and ate stinging nettle! Year 3 were so brave! All the children were respectful and well behaved throughout the trip, being great representatives to Reydon Primary.