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Class Seurat (Year 3)

Welcome to Class Seurat!

 

Class Teachers - Miss Angus and Mrs Waterton

Teaching Assistants - Mrs Everest and Mrs Andrews

Volunteer helpers - Mrs Stanton and Mrs Dixie

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Welcome to Class Seurat's home page.  As you would expect, we will be keeping very busy right up until the end of the academic year! 

 

Towards the beginning of the summer term we will focus our attention in our topic lessons on the ancient Egyptians before we start to look at topical events in the news.  We are very much looking forward to visiting The British Museum to see, amongst other things, mummies, original hieroglythics and ancient Egyptian sculptures close up.  Towards half term our English lessons will be based on The Book of the Dead and Howard Carter's journey to uncover the tomb of Tutankhamun.    

 

With the introduction of swimming lessons in Year 3 and a visiting cricket coach every Thursday up until half term, the weekly timetable has altered slightly.  The updated weekly overview showing a typical timetable reflecting an average week can be viewed below.  It should however be noted that this is a very rough overview because one week is never the same as another as we juggle additional commitments.

 

The children have really enjoyed the opportunity to complete activities on Education City this term.  With the wide range of challenges available covering the English, Maths and Science curriculum, this platform will be used to reinforce strategies introduced in class where appropriate.  Moving forward, homework may be set on here too; so if anyone has problems accessing this website, please let a member of staff know.

 

 

 

Class Seurat enjoying their treat after winning Albert the Attendance Bear for three consecutive weeks.

Duolingo - Learning French on the Learnpads

Big Schools' Birdwatch

Stone Age Investigation

Stone Age Investigation 1 Natural dye Investigation

Class Seurat have been thinking about the natural dyes that the Neolithic people from the Stone Age would have used to turn fabrics different colours.  They have immersed natural cotton into water and added a range of natural products.  Which do you think will be the most successful?

  • Berries
  • Beetroot
  • Flower Petals
  • Turmeric
  • Basil
  • Tea Leaves
  • Grass
  • Grapes
  • Carrots
  • Petals
  • Blackberries

UV LIght Investigation

UV LIght Investigation 1 UV Light Investigation
UV LIght Investigation 2 UV Light Investigation
Have you been wondering what those silhouette pictures are doing in our class windows?  We have been thinking about the damage ultraviolet (UV) light does and have set up an investigation to see how the rays from the sun can effect us on Earth.  We have blocked out some of the coloured paper with black card as our investigations show us that light cannot travel through this very well.  We will be monitoring the change to the coloured paper over time.  Look our for our results soon!
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