Lansdowne Place, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV21 3RY

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Year 3 Turtles - 2021 - 2022

 Mrs Birnie, Mr Poole and Mrs Humphreys  would like to welcome you to the Year 3 webpage.  Follow us on twitter @eastlandsschool

If your child is off school and they are well enough to learn, please use the Oak National Accademy or BBC Bitesize. 

 https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-3   https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/this-terms-topics

Oak National Academy Learning at Home

 

 

Please click the image below to view our Curriculum Year Plan 

Please click the image below to view What children should know and be able to do when they leave Year 3

 

 

30th March 2022

Turtles class enjoyed finding pairs of perpendicular lines on geoboards today. They had to find shapes that had: one pair, two pairs and three pairs of perpendicular lines. They enjoyed the challenge and had lots of fun!

25th March 2022

The Year 3 team have been really impressed with all the Stone Age projects coming into school. Well done Turtles - superb job! Here is a sample of the work that has come in and we can't wait to see if anymore pieces come into school. Everybody seems to be enjoying learning about the Stone Age! Well done again - you've certainly impressed Mrs Spyrou who is our History lead teacher in school.

Year 3 World Book Day and Evening Feedback

Year 3 would like to wish you a Happy Christmas

16th December 2021

Father Christmas AKA The Rugby Lions Club, came to visit us today.  Thank you to our PSA for our Christmas gifts. 

16th December 2021

Time to celebrate our fantastic achievements!

6th December 2021

We enjoyed a visit to Rugby School and the Webb Ellis Museum to support our history topic learning about how the town of Rugby and the game of Rugby has changed over the years.

19th November

Year 3 used geoboards today in maths to make different shapes that made a perimeter of 12cm. They then had to make ones that had a perimeter of 20cm. We talked about how the geoboards weren't to scale and how using a ruler to measure would not be required for this lesson. 

Please click the picture below to view our class assembly. 

Please click the picture below to view our Meet the Teacher presentation.

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