Year Three Lisbon is taught by Hannah Mitchell and Eva Thomas. Their CA is Carole Boyle. Year Three Padua is taught by Aimee Peacock. Her CA is Stephanie Ackroyd-Whitney. The Year Three classrooms are in our new link building which was completed in the summer of 2015.
In June, Year 3 spent an afternoon learning about Sikhism. They reenacted what happens within a Gurdwara and learnt about Sikh customs and traditions.
In May 2017, Year 3 visited Hudnall Park for the day to explore rocks and soil. They looked at different types of soil and made paintings using their findings.
In April 2017, Year 3 built on their previous computing work and took photos of themselves using the ipads. Then in art lessons they had to cut their picture in half and draw the other half of their face whilst thinking about proportions.
In March 2017, Year 3 exhibited their computing work that they had spent the whole half term working on. They learnt how to take their own photos, upload them and then edit them using photo editing software to create their own portrait art works.
Safer Internet Day
In February 2017, Reception Lisbon and Year 3 Padua joint forces to practise and perform an assembly to lead the school in their Safer Internet Day activities.
In January Zofia took part in a local art competition. Below is a photo of Zofia’s prize winning picture for the new Croxley Park building hoarding. The competition ‘My dream place to work’ was organised by Three Rivers District Council in conjunction with the Watford Observer. Zofia was awarded with a Hobbycraft voucher to spend and a £200 cheque for school.
Ancient Egyptian Day
In December 2016, Year 3 took part in an Ancient Egyptian themed day. They came into school dressed up as Ancient Egyptian and took part in various themed activities.
British Museum Visit
In December 2016, the Year 3 classes visited the British Museum to learn more about the Ancient Greeks and the Ancient Egyptians.
Jesse Tree Retreat and Assembly
In November 2016, both Year 3 classes took part in a retreat day at St Bede’s Church in Croxley Green. They learned about the Jesse Tree and prepared for the Advent season. They then held an assembly to share what they had learnt and made with the rest of the school.