Ms O'Meara & Mrs Tyrrell are Job Sharing for this School year with 3rd Class.
There are 35 children in 3rd class in room 5 in the front building.
As well as a class group we are all individual students in our school.
On Friday 11th of October we had very exciting workshop about Bees and pollination. Amanda gave a presentation all about the different types of bees and the work that they do. We also explored habitats and we helped to plant some rosemary, sage and thyme in our garden. We did a bee scavenger hunt around our school garden and pitch area looking for pollinator friendly signs. It was a really fun morning and the children really enjoyed it.
Halloween in 3rd Class
We had great fun experimenting with spaghetti and marshmallows in our science lesson. We had to try and make bridges and work together to see if we could construct a bridge and make it stand. The children had lots of fun and some structures even came in form home!! Well done everyone.
On Thursday, 28th of November we participated in a skipping workshop. We got to try lots of different skipping techniques and had lots of fun pairing up with our friends.
We have being learning about "The Stone Age" in history and the children put a huge effort into researching different aspects of the Stone Age. Have a look at the projects completed by the boys and girls.
Her is a selection of some recent art we did for Christmas. We particularly enjoyed creating our individual Carol Singers.
We have been very busy in 3rd class for the past few weeks. We looked at the artist "PICASSO" and we created our own portraits.We painted some sunflowers inspired by van Gough.
We had a visit from Dogs Trust and they told us about the work they do, they told us how to approach dogs that are unfamiliar to us. Magic was the beautiful dog who came in to us, she was 9 and was very well behaved during our talk.
Some of the boys and girls took part in the COMMUNITY GAMES Handwriting competition on Monday March 2nd. Below are the winners from our class. Well done to all involved. We are very proud of how well they did.