Crossley Street Primary School

'Inspiring today to achieve tomorrow.'

Head Teacher: Mr Gavin Hirst

01937520301

judy.hawkins@crossleystreet.leeds.sch.uk

Crossley Street, Wetherby, West Yorkshire, LS22 6RT

Year 3 - Miss Smith

 


 

Awesome Egyptians!

Year 3 have made some amazing Ancient Egypt information posters for homework.  They have looked great hanging up in the classroom.  The children also made their own Ancient Egyptian silhouette paintings and they have been learning to make notes to write Egyptian reports. The children have also been working on their team building skills to create bridges and buildings out of matchsticks and blu-tack, just like the teamwork skills needed to build the pyramids!

A busy start to year 3!

Maths challenges outside, creating and testing spacecraft for World Space Week and research in the library!A busy start to year 3! Maths challenges outside, creating and testing spacecraft for World Space Week and research in the library!

 Countryside Day 2017

Visit from a Dental Hygienist and team

 Y3 Tennis Coaching 

Y3 Synagogue Visit to United Hebrew Congregation in Shadwell.

Football with our Leeds United Coach

We are extremely lucky in Year 3!  This half-term we have a brilliant coach from Leeds United called Mat teaching us all sorts of skills based on football.  The children are thoroughly enjoying these sessions and are all doing brilliantly even if it is a bit chilly outside!!

 

Performance Poetry 

It would appear we have some talented rappers in Year 3!  Here they are working together on two poems: 'Gran, Can you Rap?' and the 'School Kids Rap'.  The children are really enjoying this topic.

Egyptian Day 

Before the half-term, Year 3 had a brilliant day learning all about life in Ancient Egypt with 'Wicked Workshops'.  They had to keep the pharaoh pleased by working with his vizier 'Peeve' (Steve really!) to protect his pyramid from thieves.  Then in the afternoon, they practiced their mummification skills with Mrs Portwine.  Can you tell who is underneath all those bandages!?