Class 3's teacher is Mr Horton with Miss Mathison and Miss Morley as teaching assistants. Our class and school motto is to "Strive to Shine".
This class page is designed to give readers a brief overview of what we are covering in class. We share more detailed information about what we get up to using the Class Dojo app. Parents can request login details via their child's class teacher.
http://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button - For practicing your number bonds and times tables.
https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ - For your learning of phonics and spelling.
https://www.purplemash.com/sch/scarcliffe - For your homework and other learning opportunities.
http://www.quizizz.com/join - For any homework/ spellings quizzes. Just use the code provided by Mr Horton.
http://www.ttrockstars.com/ - For your times tables! See if you can improve your rock speed and beat Mr Horton!
Summer 2 - 2018
Next term's topic is "Sport around the world". We will be learning:
- The geographical location of Russia and its differences as a country to the UK
- Writing and creating persuasive adverts for our own Sports day and our own stadiums
- Preparing our own World Cup Bid
- Writing sports reports
- Designing and creating miniature sports stadiums with working floodlights
- Visiting local sports stadiums
Summer 1 - 2018
This term's topic is "Riotous Royalty". We will be learning:
- About the impact of the famous, influential and riotous Kings and Queens that have ruled our country since 1066.
- Creating royal portraits
- Cooking Victoria Sponge and Coronation chicken, in preparation for the Royal Wedding
- Reading "The Queen's Nose"
Spring 2 - 2018
Thins term's topic is "Raging Rivers". We will be learning:
- The formation and structure of rivers
- The water cycle - evaporation and condensation
- Writing non-chronological reports about rivers of the world
- Learning about Claude Monet and his Impressionism river artwork
- Reading Bear Grylls river challenge
Spring 1 - 2018
This term's topic is "Anglo-Saxons and Scots". We will be learning:
- Who the Anglo saxons were, where they came from and why they came to the UK
- The impact the Anglo-Saxons had on the UK
- Anglo-Saxon settlements
- Writing newspaper reports
- Creating and designing Anglo-Saxon brooches
- Reading famous Anglo-Saxon tales such as Beowulf
Autumn 2 - 2017
This term's topic is "Awesome Ancient Egyptians". We will be learning:
- The achievements of the Ancient Egyptian Civilisation
- Mummification, Egyptian gods, hieroglyphics, building of the pyramids and famous Pharaohs.
- What plants need to grow healthily. The parts of a plant and how they are essential for reproduction.
- Designing an Egyptian burial mask
- We will also be reading "The Egyptian Cinderella" and writing our own Egyptian tales
- Writing newspaper reports about the curse of Tutankhamen's tomb
Autumn 1 - 2017
This term's topic is "Stone Age to the Iron Age". We will be learning:
- The changes in Britain during the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age
- Cave paintings and Stone Age Art
- Magnets and Forces
- We will also be reading "Stig of the dump", "Stone Age Boy" and writing our own time slip stories
- We will also be reading "How to wash a woolly mammoth" and writing our own instructional texts
Summer 2 - 2017
This term's topic is "Mountains and Volcanoes". We will be learning:
- The structure of landforms such as mountains and volcanoes
- Famous mountains and volcanoes volcanoes and where they are found
- Properties of matter
- We will also be reading The Firework Maker's daughter
Summer 1 - 2017
This term's topic is "Children at War". We will be learning:
- What life was like for children during WW2
- The impact of the war in Britain
- Famous children in the war, such as Anne Frank
- Designing and creating an Anderson shelter
- Wartime motivational posters
Spring 2 - 2017
This term's topic is "The Rainforest". We will be learning:
- To locate and understand where rainforests are found in the world
- Life in the rainforest
- Research plants and animals found in the rainforest
- Discussing the impact of deforestation
- Congolese food and culture
- Artwork in the style of Henri Rousseau
- We will also be reading Running Wild, by Michael Morpurgo
Spring 1 - 2017
This term's topic is "Rotten Romans". We will be learning:
- The expansion and impact of the Roman empire
- Roman gods
- Roman myths
- The human body
Autumn 2 - 2016
This term's topic is "The show must go on". We will be learning:
- The history of theatre
- Sound and light
- Designing and making props
- Writing play scripts
- Dance through the ages
Autumn 1 - 2016
This term's topic is "Sweets and Treats". We will be learning:
- How to have a healthy balanced diet
- Sugar and its effect on the body and teeth
- French - food and drink
- The history of and production of chocolate
- Advertising/ jingles
- Designing our own sweet/treat product
- Persuasive writing
- We will also be reading Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl
Class 3 are sauper fast at their Times Tables rockstars! Can anyone catch Mr Horton before the end of the year?
Tag Rugby Megafest
Class 3 Scientists
Class 3 have been learning a lot about forces! Here they are using their scientific skills to answer their questions about magnets.
World War II Kenning poems
Class 3 have been showing their poetry and computing skills during their topic, by creating Kenning poems and presenting them on iPads. Very impressive results!
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Food and culture week
Week beginning 20th March was food and culture week. Because of their focus on the rainforest, Class 3 learnt about Congo and Congolese culture. Congo is home to the second largest rainforest in the world. Class 3 tasted and cooked a variety of Congolese/African foods including plantain, fufu and peanut soup.
Nzango means 'foot game' in English and originates from Congo and the Democratic Republic of Congo. The game is very popular in Congolese culture and now with children of Scarcliffe!
'Real' Zoolab arrive
On Thursday 16th March, the real Zoolab visited Scarcliffe, along with a number of friends who met the children...
Zoo lab animal escapes
On Thursday 2nd March, a mysterious delivery from Zoolab arrived at Scarcliffe School. The children returned to their classroom from assembly to find that an animal had escaped and destroyed the area! Luckily, this was all a huge setup from the crafty teachers to inspire the children's writing.
Class 3 present their Roman Assembly
On Friday 10th February, Class 3 invited parents to attend their Roman assembly where they presented some of their learning from Spring term 1.
Class 3 Personal Trainers
Gallus the gladiator was fighting in the colosseum and knew nothing about his body and how it could help . Class 3 came to the rescue and created some fantastic videos to give Gallus some advice!
Class 3 have a 'Choc full of fun' at Cadbury World
Class 3 Shine at Tag Rugby Festival
Class 3 Nutritionists!
Class 3 celebrate Roald Dahl 100!
September 13th 2016 saw the biggest ever global celebration of Roald Dahl's 100th birthday. Class 3 celebrated by drawing some of Roald Dahl's characters LIVE with illustrator Quentin Blake.