Menu
Home Page

Stamford Park Junior School

Class 3JW

Welcome to 3JW

13th November - 17th November - Anti-Bullying Week 

 

It is Anti-Bullying week this week. We have been thinking about how we can be kind to others and celebrate our differences. To kick off the week we had an assembly on Monday to explain what bullying is and how we can help someone who is being bullied.  Monday was also Kindness day so we challenged ourselves to do at least one random act of kindness. On Tuesday we talked about what makes us similar/different. We then drew around our hand and wrote 5 things that make us unique. The next job was to colour in a jigsaw piece in a way which represented ourselves. Both of these pieces of work will be displayed to remind us that being different is what makes us special. 

Monday 6th November - Interpreting artefacts from the Mesolithic Period 

 

In today's lesson we became archaeologists! We had to dig in the sand to find objects. Some objects were worthless and meaningless and some were important artefacts from the Stoe Age period which could tell us about what their lives would be like during that time. It was our job to work out which objects were important. We then predicted what they might be used for, what it was made out of and what it told us about the people who were alive during that time. 

 

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3
Picture 4
Picture 5
Picture 6
Picture 7
Picture 8

Tuesday 31st October - French

 

Today we learnt how to count to 10 in French. Here is a picture of us singing our counting song. 

Picture 1

Monday 30th October - Cave Paintings 

 

Our topic is New Beginnings where we look at what life was like from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. Today we focussed on their cave paintings. We looked at cave paintings that have been found around the world, discussed what they were of and how they were created and then designed our own. To create our idea we painted our paper a cave colour, stuck it to the roof of the table and lay under it so it was like we were in a cave and then drew our picture using black or brown wax crayons. 

 

We had great fun and our paintings turned out brilliantly! We are now going to cut them out, back them on black card and attach them to our topic books to use as a front cover. 

Friday 13th October - French Day 

 

Today we are celebrating all things French! We hope you enjoy looking at pictures of the different activities we did. 

Our French breakfast - croissants and jam

Our French breakfast - croissants and jam  1
Our French breakfast - croissants and jam  2
Our French breakfast - croissants and jam  3
Our French breakfast - croissants and jam  4

We recapped the French greetings we already learnt and then learnt French numbers and colours

We recapped the French greetings we already learnt and then learnt French numbers and colours  1
We recapped the French greetings we already learnt and then learnt French numbers and colours  2
We recapped the French greetings we already learnt and then learnt French numbers and colours  3

We used art straws and plastercine to make our own version of the Eiffel Tower - The team with the tallest tower and the best structure won a prize.

Wednesday 11th October - Class representatives 

 

At Stamford Park Junior school we have a school council and an eco council. These teams make improvements to our school, help with fundraising and are attend regular meetings where we discuss ideas on what we can do as a school to improve the environment and school life. 

 

The children had the opportunity to tell their classmates why they should get their vote. Although it was very close, we did get 2 winners who will represent 3JW. 

 

Congratulations to our school council representative Kyle and our eco council representative Tom! I look forward to seeing the changes you make and I know you'll work really hard. Well done!!

Picture 1

Tuesday 3rd October - Trip to the park

 

As part of our geography work we had a map of Stamford Park and looked for the features. We concentrated on having our maps the right way and drawing symbols to represent what we found. 

 

Thank you so much to all of our super parent helpers! 

Wednesday 20th September - Maths number hunt 

 

We have been learning how to add and subtract multiples of 10 and 100. Today we put our knowledge to the test by doing a number hunt. The children were given different calculations that they had to find around the school hall and then work out the answer mentally. Our winners were Tom and Sam! WELL DONE. 

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3
Picture 4

Monday 18th September - Drawing our school

 

Our topic this half term is 'New Beginnings'. We have been looking at our school and learning about what it would have been like in the year it was built (1905). Today we drew a sketch of our school, experimented with charcoal and then used it to shade some areas of our sketch. 

Thursday 14th September - Musical Theatre

 

Every week Year 3 will have a visitor in school to teach them musical theatre. Today they learnt about using their voice, facial expressions and body languages to create a character. 

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3

Monday 11th September - Aerial photographs

 

Our topic this term is New Beginnings where we have been learning about our school and looking at maps of the local area. Today we learnt the difference between physical and human features and then we located features on an aerial photograph of Hale. 

 

 

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3
Picture 4
Picture 5
Picture 6

Thursday 7th September - Place value maths lesson 

 

For today's maths lesson we have been looking at place value. We matched cards which showed a number as a numeral, in words and using hundreds, tens and units blocks (Base 10). We also completed challenges where we had to work out the numbers from clues that were given. 

 

Here are some photos of us all working hard and trying our best. 

Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3
Picture 4
Picture 5
Picture 6
Picture 7
Picture 8

This week we have welcomed our new year 3s. We are all very excited to start the school year.

Picture 1
Top