The end of our topic this term resulted in us visiting a local coastline. We had a fantastic day exploring the woods and coast of Kilve, comparing the environment to that of our school environment and identifying features we have learnt about in the classroom. Everyone was fantastically behaved and got fully involved in fossil hunting on the beach!
We have spent a lot of the Spring Term learning about living things, particularly focusing on plants. We have learnt how plants make their own food, how plants reproduce and investigated what plants need to grow.
We decided on different conditions to grow the plants and measured each plant, making observations in a table.
Year 3 had a fantastic day as Romans at the Museum of Somerset. We got the chance to write on Roman tablets using Roman numerals, dress up in togas and handle REAL Roman artefacts. The children showed off all their knowledge and asked some interesting questions.
The children performed excellently in our 'Led by the Star' performance to mark the end of our work with Malachi. All of the children learnt their parts and worked extremely hard to perform in front of several audiences. They should be very proud of their efforts; we most certainly are! Well done to Year 3.