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Nord Anglia
15 January, 2016

In Year 3 our new topic ‘Active Planet’ has begun with a BIG BANG!

In Year 3 our new topic ‘Active Planet’ has begun with a BIG BANG!

Nearly all of our learning, across all subject areas (except maths) has been linked to our topic ‘Active Planet’.  

In Year 3 our new topic ‘Active Planet’ has begun with a BIG BANG! Nearly all of our learning, across all subject areas (except maths) has been linked to our topic ‘Active Planet’.

Nearly all of our learning, across all subject areas (except maths) has been linked to our topic ‘Active Planet’.  

 
In Science we have been identifying different rocks and their properties.  We have been learning to retell the story ‘Escape from Pompeii’ with actions as part of our English lessons.  The children have been historians, looking at a range of sources to gather information about Pompeii.  Boiled eggs have been used to explore and help explain and understand what the Earth is made of – comparing the shell, egg white and yolk to the crust, mantle and core.  Choral lessons have seen the children learning new songs about volcanoes.  The children have learnt to make stop motion videos, ready to make their own videos explaining how a volcano erupts.  Busy, busy, busy…
 
By Libby Henderson