This week in Year 3
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In Science this week, Year 3 have continued with the topic of ‘Animals including Humans’ and have been looking at what makes a healthy diet. Children have looked at the different food groups before planning their own healthy meal.
In History, we have been looking at ‘Skara Brae’ and where it is located in comparison to the Isle of Wight. Children have taken an imaginary journey through a stone age village to see how a stone age house was designed and used by the people of this time.
In Design Technology we have been working hard to design and create our own puppets based on the characters from ‘Fantastic Mr Fox. I am sure you will all be impressed with their creative skills.
Well done Year 3 for another fabulous week!