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We researched the Romans and produced a poster. We presented our posters to the rest of the class.

15/6/17 A zumba warm-up before our maths test.

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Our new classroom displays

Potato weighing

26/5/17 Owen enjoying his pink fan

Roman marching

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Roman marching

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5/5/17 We used our sheilds to march as Roman soldiers.

4/5/17 football

7/4/17 Making pan pipes in Spanish

5/4/17 We had some 'eggsellent' entries for our egg decorating competition.

Science: We investigated which surface was the best for cars to travel on.

30/3/17 This afternoon we made clay scarab beetles as part of our Ancient Egypt topic.

30/3/17 The 10 colouring competition winners visited The Coppice today and listened to an author read her story in the special, themed dragon room in the Taylor Wimpey showhouse.

29/3/17 Year 3 enjoyed their trip to the Hancock Museum today

23/3/17 Today we went to see the chicks in Reception

16/3/17 This week in maths we have been learning to tell the time.

16/3/17 Today Freija brought in some artefacts from Egypt and showed them to the class.

9/3/17Today we enjoyed a NISCU puppet show about the parable 'The Lost Sheep.'

World book day 2/3/17

new displays in our classroom 13/2/17

Tutankhamun masks 10/2/17

Safer Internet day Tuesday 7th Feb

Light and dark experiments in Science

We enjoyed our Stuart Reid visit today. 2/2/17

Ancient Egyptian artefacts

Goodbye and goodluck

Hockey with Mrs Broomby

Thank you for my new Gucci bag Jasmin G :)

6/1/17 Mummy challenge!

Happy New Year! Year 3 enjoyed their marble day :) 5/1/17

The children enjoyed making stone age tools.

Can you guess who this is?

Today we made poppies for Remembrance Day.

Welcome to BLENCATHRA Class!


Hello everyone and welcome to Year 3 Blencathra class.

Our topic this half term is Stone Age and the children enjoyed cave painting under their desks as an introduction to the topic.


Year 3 enjoyed making Stone Age necklaces today.

Our Class Displays

The children enjoyed celebrating the 100th birthday of Roald Dahl.

A big thank you from Mrs Barber (aka Miss Barker) for her lovely cards and gifts. 

Our Abacus maths homework is now up and running. Your child should have brought home a welcome letter and a bookmark with their log in details on. Each week we will allocate maths games for children to play on at home. These games will reinforce the learning from the week's lessons. They will also help them practice their times tables. 

Activate - our daily exercise programme

Today we made and tasted Stone Age bread.