Mr Egypt visits year 3!

Last week year 3 had Mr Egypt came to visit year 3.

When Mr Egypt visited we learnt all about Ancient Egyptian life, we were able to touch artefacts from 3000 BC and we were able to dance like Ancient Egyptians.


What was your favourite part? Write in the comments below.


Mrs Stewart

Books! Books! Books!

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Why are we here?


Can you remember this trip ? Where did we go? What did we go to see? I seem to have forgotten!! Can someone please help me!

Make your comments below. Add as much information as you can remember.

Here Comes The Summer

It’s the summer holidays… someone looks pleased.


Be safe and have a lovely summer.

We are young we run free, keep our teeth nice and clean.

Some of our experts in oral hygiene have used picollage to share some facts about teeth.

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To revise more key stage 2 information about teeth try here:  BBC Bitesize Teeth

And for some tips on oral hygiene:  Looking After Your Teeth

If you have an iPad, you could download a picollage for free here:  Picollage

For Android devices, try here: Picollage at Google Play  

Animation for the Nation

Year 3 has more than its fair share of digital experts. Can you see who is making his own Pokémon animation using digital technology, models and malleable materials?



Question:  How do you get Pikachu, Squirtle, Bulbasaur, Psyduck and Jigglypuff onto a bus?

Answer:  Pokémon

(poke ’em on… get it?)

Climbing the Walls

The vertical face of a building is no barrier to the amazing children of year 3.

Jemima the climber

These children can overcome any obstacles in their way.


Caption competition: can you add a rhyming caption to go with these pictures?


Wrapper’s Delight

Take a look inside this gourmet kitchen. Can you see the expert chefs of tomorrow, using quality ingredients and observing strict food hygiene to prepare delicious wraps to take away?

Straight outta Brixton.

Straight outta Brixton.


Wrappers with attitude

Wrappers with attitude

It began in the King’s baker’s house on Pudding Lane . . .

As part of our London homework projects, we presented our research in many different ways. One year 3 child represented the Great Fire of London, with silhouettes of charred buildings illuminated by flames.


But which year 3 superstar made this amazing piece of art?  

She’s hiding from the fire but if you look carefully you can see her in the shadows.

Here are some facts about the Great Fire of London:

  • The Great Fire of London happened between 2-5 September in 1666.
  • The fire began in a bakery in Pudding Lane.
  • Before the fire began, there had been a drought in London that lasted for 10 months, so the city was very dry.
  • In 1666, lots of people had houses made from wood and straw which burned easily. Houses were also built very close together.
  • We know what happened during the fire because people back then wrote about it in letters and newspapers – for instance, Samuel Pepys wrote about it in his diary.
  • Artists who were alive in 1666 painted pictures of the fire afterwards, so we know what it would have looked like if we’d been there too.
  • To fight fires during this time, people would have used leather buckets, metal hooks and water squirts.
  • People whose homes had burned down lived in tents in the fields around London while buildings were rebuilt.
  • When houses were rebuilt, a lot of them were made in bricks instead of wood, and they weren’t built so close together.
  • Sir Christopher Wren designed a monument to remember the Great Fire of London, which still stands today.

Give Me A Piano And I Will Give You Music

While waiting to enter the theatre, the mood was set by the soothing strains of gentle piano music. Do you recognise the pianist?


Life is like a piano. What you get out of it depends on how you play it.