This final term in Oak Class in English and history we have learnt about Florence Nightingale. Mary Seacole and Edith Cavell and their contributions to nursery and wrote persuasive letters to convince Miss Kay who made the biggest contribution. We also learnt about how Dr Sarah Gilbert has helped medicine and compare the 2020 lockdown with Eyam. In maths we have looked at using and making pictograms, tables and tally and have been describing where objects are using positional language and directions. In PSHE we have been talking about changes – changes in our body, changes as we grow and change and how we can cope with changes. In music we have been learning to play songs on the glockenspiel and in computing we have been using scratch Jr app. In PE we have been running races, jumping hurdles and the relay ready for sports day and we have been sequencing different jumps in pairs or small groups to make a sequence. In DT we have been finding how different fruits and vegetables grow and in what counties and made our own salad and fruit salad. In science we have been looking at food chains and created our own as well as creating a triorama for an animal’s habitat. We planned a whole school picnic and wrote writing invitations to go in our 20 things journals. Our artist of the term was Andy Goldsworthy and we created temporary art using natural objects such as leaves, sticks and stones. We finished off the term our leaver’s assembly, a trip to Gulliver’s, a fabulous afternoon tea and a super leavers assembly. Hope you all have a wonderful summer and have fun in Year 3!