In history, the children have loved learning about how life in the Stone Age changed over time. From those early cave men and women to revolutionary farmers who became self sufficient. This is a homework project which shows part of a Stone Age settlement from the late Stone Age. Brilliant creativity!
In outdoor PE, the children have loved their series of lessons on ball skills; learning how to make chest, bounce and long passes and how to catch, pass and move in games like ‘Korfball’. Well done Year 3!
In DT, the children have been experimenting with a range of tools and techniques using clay. They are building up the skills they will use when designing and making their own clay pots, inspired by those made in the Stone Age.
As young historians, the children have been formulating their own historically valid questions about what life would have been like in the Stone Age. To help them to become inquisitive they studied pictures, artefacts and watched recreations of life from that period of time.
In DT, the children have been working hard to create their initial jam tart designs as part of a series of lessons which has seen them taste-test, create their own design boards and use plasticine to test their ideas. By the end of term, the children will use a final design to bake their very own Jam Tart Sensation!
As geographers, the children worked in teams to sort various physical features into groups depending on whether they were located in West Yorkshire, elsewhere within the UK or within a different part of the world.
In indoor PE, the children worked together to create symmetrical poses based on real-life objects. Can you spot the bridge and the love heart?