Class 3 is children in Year 5 and Year 6. The class teachers are Sara Haden and Ros Turvey with support from Tanya Nicholls and Anita Hambly.
On a Tuesday afternoon, Class 3 have Ukulele with Mr Rix and French with Madame Smith.
On a Friday afternoon, we go to the village hall for PE lessons taught by Arena. This term they will be doing basket ball.
Please ensure all children bring a named PE Kit (t-shirt, shorts or jogging bottoms, spare socks and trainers) into school on Fridays.
Sow Grow & Farm – Spring Term
In the Sow, Grow and Farm project, your child will learn about allotments in the United Kingdom and how the government encouraged people to have them to support food rationing during the Second World War. They will learn about food webs and animal life cycles, including how living things are dependent on one another within a habitat. They will investigate the different ways that plants reproduce and will dissect flowering plants to identify the different structures. They will have the opportunity to learn about farming in the United Kingdom and the techniques used in modern farming, including the challenges that farmers face. They will learn about the benefits of eating seasonally and about the pros and cons of importing food. They will also learn about world farming and how the different climate zones affect where different foods can be grown.
The Secret Garden – Frances Hodgson Burnett
Memorable experience Allotment visit
Innovate challenge Market gardeners
Geography Land use in the UK; Allotments; Farming in the UK; Maps; Grid references; Climate zones; Physical features of North and South America; Farming in North and South America; Food transportation
English Non-chronological reports; Diaries; Leaflets; Balanced arguments
A&D Still life
History Dig for Victory
PSHE Debating topical issues
Science Food chains and webs; Life cycles; Plant reproduction; Growing plants; Modern farming
Science investigations Why do birds lay eggs? How do worms reproduce? How many potatoes can you grow? Do dock leaves cure a sting?