Year 3 had a DT Day yesterday. They spent the day building bridges from lollipop sticks. They had previously studied the different designs of bridges and made a prototype with straws. This was a brilliant way to consolidate our learning about the structures of bridges. I think all would agree that they did a fantastic […]
On Tuesday 3rd December, it was a beautiful winter’s day for our first trip. We travelled in style up the River Tamar on a boat and stopped at Saltash, We drew the Tamar and Royal Albert bridge. We found events from Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s life and made a timeline from them. We learned about bridges […]
Kilmar Class have spent a lot of time learning how to sue the concrete resources to support their learning in Maths. They have also now moved on to using pictorial forms of the concrete resources to show their understanding. What great learning attitudes!
Kilmar Class have loved learning the ukulele this term; here are some photos of their very first lesson!
Kilmar Class have loved working on their map skills this morning! They worked with a partner to label a map of Torpoint and some of the key human features they saw. Then they wrote kind notes to their partner and hid their note in the playground; they then had to give their partner directions using […]
The children in Trewortha have been thoroughly enjoying our fun reading time! They can sit/ lie wherever they choose to help them be absorbed in the books they are reading.
Today, we have been trying out fencing, crazy catch, tri-golf and lacros se! All have been a hit with the children.
This half term, we have been learning to play the ukulele in Trewortha. We have enjoyed learning the different chords with Mr Fields and he even taught us how to play the song ‘Just the way you are’ by Bruno Mars.
Year 3 decided to take advantage of the beautiful, winter weather and enjoyed English outside. Using chalk, we shared our likes, dislikes, puzzles and patterns about the story ‘The Beasties’ that we have been learning about in English and Reading Skills. We then brought all our ideas together in our classes.
Today we enjoyed making bread like they would have originally made it and baking it on the fire!