In maths, we will begin by reviewing our learning on fractions before completing the following units:
Geometry – Properties of Shapes
|Science||Our topic for this term is light and shadow. By the end of the topic, children will be able to:|
describe how we see objects in light and can describe dark as the absence of light
Our Big Question: would celebrating Diwali at home and in the community bring a feeling of belonging to a Hindu child?
We will explore the Hindu festival of lights, Diwali, and discuss the sense of belonging it brings for Hindu communities around the world. We will learn about Rama and Sita, Rangoli patterns and other customs and traditions associated with Diwali.
Indoor – Net and Wall Skills – Fundamentals
|MFL||French – Les instruments (instruments) |
In this unit pupils will learn 10 common instruments with their definite articles. They will learn the basic transactional language required and take part in a role-play activity based on which instruments they would like to play.
|Computing||This term, Y3 will complete their ‘Maze Project’ using Scratch. They will go on to learn techniques in Desktop Publishing.|
|PSHE||In PSHE this half term we will learn about coping with change. We will discuss dealing with feelings around the changes in our lives as we get older and experience new things.|
This half term in music we will be learning to play basic notes on the recorder. We will learn to:
Once we have completed: Sculpture clay
This half term the children will learn to improve their mastery of art and design techniques, including sculpture with a range of materials [for example, pencil, charcoal, paint, clay]
In our final DT project, Year 3 will be making a desk tidy using a 3D card net. By the end of this unit of work, the children will be able to:
|History||Our History learning this half term is about the history of the railways in Britain. By the end of this unit, children should be able to:|