Y3 Twycross Zoo Trip

By Natasha Khan on Sunday, June 4, 2017 in News, year 3. 3 Comments

To start our new topic Predators off with a bang Y3 pupils visited Twycross Zoo.  3M’s trip took place on the Friday which also happened to be the hottest day of the week (25 degrees Celsius) so the class was determined to have fun and learn a lot. We had a session with Jamie who […]

Mighty metals trip

By Shamina Chaudhry on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 in year 3. 10 Comments

The Y3 pupils visited the Museum in Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter.  The museum used to be the actual factory and had all the equipment left as it used to be.  The pupils learnt about the journey of gold from being found in the ground to being made into jewellery.  Unfortunately the gold bars were replaced […]

Science Week – Year 3

By Natasha Khan on Monday, March 13, 2017 in News, year 3. 5 Comments

This week is  British Science Week. To help us start with a bang we had a visit from a Mad Scientist!! Our scientist showed us how to create an eruption using vinegar and bicarbonate soda. We looked at how water and and an Alka-Seltzer could create an even greater eruption. Can you remember the gas that […]


By Natasha Khan on Wednesday, January 18, 2017 in year 3. 12 Comments

This week Year 3 have been learning about the famous eruption of Mount Vesuvius and how it destroyed the city of Pompeii! Have a look at the recreation of Vesuvius erupting and think of questions you could ask an eyewitness. For example why did some people still remain in the city even though an eruption […]

Year 3 Church Visit

By Farzana Mohammed on Wednesday, January 4, 2017 in year 3. 3 Comments

Year 3 had a fantastic time at St. Edmund’s Church. The ladies at the church welcomed us warmly. Luckily U.Susanna was there to guide us through and show us around. We saw a gigantic organ which is used on special occasions to play very soothing music. We also saw a beautifully decorated Christmas tree and […]

Ancient Greek artefacts

By Shamina Chaudhry on Wednesday, November 23, 2016 in News, year 3. 1 Comment

As part of their Ancient Greek topic, the Year Three’s were asked to make a Greek artefact and bring it into school.  Wow! What a great response.  We have had so many artefacts, see the pictures below.  Well done to all the children who worked hard at home to make these and well done to […]


By Shamina Chaudhry on Tuesday, November 15, 2016 in News, year 3. 3 Comments

Year 3, recently had an Ancient Greek day.  A Greek soldier visited the school and taught us lots of facts about what it was like to live in Ancient Greece.  We also had a chance to fight a war.  See the pictures below.     What can you remember about the day? What was your […]

The Bullring Experience

By Shamina Chaudhry on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 in year 3. 9 Comments

Children in Year 3 have been very creative in Literacy and are creating a leaflet advertising the Bullring. We have learnt about the history of the shopping centre, how and when it was built and all that it offers in the way of shopping and entertainment. What information, do you think, could be added into […]

Spelling Champion Year Three

By Farzana Mohammed on Monday, June 27, 2016 in year 3. 4 Comments

Salaams We have now launched a special competition in Year 3. We are going to determine who is the best speller! The competition is in three parts . Pupils achieving 100% in all three parts will earn the title of ‘Year Three Spelling Champion 2016’. Start learning the spellings now! Part one: Y 1/2  words […]

Questions about Oliver Twist

By Farzana Mohammed on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 in News, year 3. 2 Comments

Who runs the home for young orphans where Oliver lives for nine years? How does Oliver break the rules of the work house? How does Noah Claypole make Oliver angry? What kind of character is Fagin? Which character scares you the most and why? Answer these questions if you dare……………