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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Welcome to Year 3's brand new blog page! Here you will find out about our learning throughout the week, and keep yourselves up-to-date as our amazing topics unfold.

 In Swifts and Falcons we have been learning about Heroes and Villains. We started off the term with a heroes and villains day, where we had so much fun!

 

Pupils came into school in an array of fabulous heroes and nasty villains costumes. What a great day exploring the use of ciphers to crack codes and locate villains hiding somewhere on Earth!  We also investigated a superhero's ability to fly and discussed the possibility of using the forces created by the production of carbon dioxide in the  Diet Coke and Mentos experiment.

       

 

 In Falcons Class we really enjoyed re-enacting the story of Joan of Arc and the Siege of Orleans!  It was great to see everyone enthusiastically taking part and helping each other learn the key moments of her life.

 

As a result of investigating people’s lives, we've become very familiar with biographies.  The biography of David Beckham was studied and used as a template to create our unique biographies of Cruella De Vil, a character from our main text.    Our purple pens were used for the many edits to our drafts. 

We are excited to continue our learning of heroes and villains and look forward to sharing our future learning with you.

 

 

  • Angel:-) 1 year ago
    Wow! That looks really fun to dress as a super hero or a nasty villains! Love the pictures. Hope you had a great time! LOL :-D
  • Kate O'Mara 1 year ago
    I loved reading all about the fun you are all having! The pictures are fantastic! Good work Falcons ;0)

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