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Welcome to Year 3 Bienvenue

We were visited by a team from 'Hand to Mouth'. Our class learned how Christians might worship. The class then created some blessings flags.

There was great excitement and enthusiasm when we tested different surfaces in a friction experiment!

We made a chain of Christmas French vocabulary to decorate our classroom, learning some new words in the process! 

An interesting trip to different places of worship in Huddersfield allowed children to see first hand differences and similarities between some religions.

We tried to create some Anglo-Saxon jewellery from pieces of wood and from clay beads. After making the initial shapes, we became creative when decorating them.

Members of Year 3 read out the names of the men on the war memorial. We fixed our poppy wreaths to the fence. Prayers were said and a silence was observed. 



Our topic this term is all about the Anglo-Saxons. Below are 2 examples which

demonstrate their skill in making jewellery. These brooches are from the British


Despite the rain, we enjoyed orienteering with Rosie.

We attempted to make versions of Anglo-Saxon roundhouses. See how we got on...

After whittling some willow to create a writing implement, we created ink from a mix of crushed charcoal and water. We smeared leaves or dirt over the surface of our paper to make a background colour. Finally, we attempted to write our name in runes.