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Pallister Park
Primary School

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Welcome to the Pallister Park Year 3 Page


Last half term, the Year 3s were learning all about the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age. We produced some lovely stories inspired by Stone Age Boy. In addition, children enjoyed learning about many different aspects of life throughout the ages.

Our topic for this half term is Mighty Metals. For English, children will be reading the Tin Forest by Helen Ward and Wayne Anderson. We will be using the story to help us write an exciting setting description. In Science, we will be learning about magnetic forces. To understand why some materials attract magnets, whilst other materials repel magnets. We are excited to be learning about Art. This half term, our focus will be on embossing. We will be using various tools to create different effects and imprints on foil. As part of our DT this half term, children will be thinking about taking designs from 2D shapes to 3D shapes.

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Resources

Please encourage children to access the different apps at home to reinforce learning at home:
TT Rockstars
Spelling shed
Epic reader
Language Angels
If you have any problems with passwords/usernames please contact your child’s teacher

News

PE continues to be on a Thursday afternoon, please make sure all children arrive in school wearing their kits. We are working hard to produce home learning resources for lessons at school. If for any reason your child is not in school, please access the home learning to make sure your child’s return to school is as smooth as possible.

Please continue reading at home and practising spellings with your child.
Spelling tests will take place on  a Monday, with new spellings given to learn for the following week

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