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Ganymede - Year 3

Welcome to Ganymede class!
 
 
 Welcome to year 3, we are a class of 30 lively children.  Helping support us in our learning are Mr Rogers (Class Teacher) and Miss Mabon (Class Teaching Assistant)

 

Here is where you can find out what we've been up to through out each term.  

 

Swimming

 

SWIMMING HAS NOW STOPPED UNTIL NEXT YEAR

Please can you ensure that P.E. kits are in school every day. Ganymede class also have the excitement of swimming this year! Swimming lessons will be at the Clarendon Academy and are led by swimming coaches. These will take place on Wednesday afternoons. The children need to bring a swimming kit and towel and will be walking to and from Clarendon.

 

Homework
 
Spelling, times tables and reading homework will come home weekly, please encourage your child to complete a little each night to help practise their maths, comprehension and spelling skills. There will also be a weekly homework linking to our learning either that week or learning that will be coming up in the future.
 
For this year's overview and termly newsletters, look below!

Term 6

Welcome back to the final term! We are nearly at the end of yet another wonderful year of school and the children have worked incredibly hard. We look forward to another great term of school!

 

This term the children will be learning about different ages in history! Our question being:

How did they move the stones?

"PERFECT PLACE, PERFECT PIZZA!"

 

Come and visit the Studley food market on Friday 14th June from 2pm - 3pm. Our company, Pizza World, will be selling a range of freshly cooked pizzas under the canopy outside our building.

 

Cheese and Tomato - 30p

Pepperoni - 50p

Texas BBQ Chicken - 70p

 

Check out some of our TV Adverts below!

Ganymede Enterprise Week #1

Ganymede Enterprise Week #2

Ganymede Enterprise Week #3

Ganymede Enterprise Week #4

Stone-Age Models

Term 5

Welcome back after the Easter holidays. We hope you enjoyed the break and the children are excited about the upcoming term.

 

This term the children will be learning about natural disasters! Our phrase simply being:

 

RUN!!

Longleat

This term Ganymede and Titan visited Longleat as part of our science learning. We were able to walk around the grounds looking at all the different animals and even had a chance to ride the train where we saw gorillas and sea lions. In the afternoon, the class had the opportunity to take part in a workshop on predators and prey including the chance to hold some pretty scary animals! 

See below for photos showing some of the great things we did!

Bug Hunting

 

Ganymede and Titan class spent an afternoon hunting for different types of in vertebrates in our fields and meadow area. We found all sorts including spiders, bettles, ladybugs and even a centipede or two!

 

Check out some of the photos of insects that we've found!

Term 4

We hope you had a restful half term and have been enjoying the unexpected sunshine over the start of Term 4! This term the children will be learning about water and the water cycle!

 

Our question being:

What are we really drinking?

 

Look back later in the term to see some of the great projects we will be doing linking to our science, geography, art and English learning!

Term 3

Happy New Year! Welcome to Term 3. We hope you had a restful Christmas and a Happy New Year. The staff in Ganymede class are very excited about the fun opportunities the children will have this term and indeed this year.

 

Our question this term will be:

"Have you ever been down the Yangtze River?"

 

As always, keep checking back for updates of all the amazing things we have been up to!

China Enrichment Day

 

On the first day back, the children had the opportunity to take part in lots of different activities that related to China. The children first heard a story set in China before splitting into groups to do different things. These included

  • Trying Chinese food that included noodles, rice, soy sauce and even bamboo shoots!
  • Challenging themselves to use chopsticks
  • Painting Willow Pictures
  • Creating a Chinese dragon - you can check this out outside Ganymede and Titan class!

 

The children had a wonderful day which you can see by their quotes below. There are also some images to show what we got up too.

 

"I liked the soy sauce because it had a nice smell." - Bailey

"I liked the egg fried rice because it had a spicy taste to it." - Poppy

"The egg fried rice had lots of flavour but the bamboo shoots were disgusting as they were plain and chewy." - Holly

Term 2

Welcome back to Term 2! We hope you had a wonderful half term full of halloween and firework fun! It's the build up to Christmas and we have lots of exciting activities planned for the children.

 

Our question this term will be:

"Is the future ours?"

 

Keep checking back for updates of all the amazing things we have been up to!

Creating our own robots

Trying out games that use Electricity!

Trying out games that use Electricity! 1
Trying out games that use Electricity! 2
Trying out games that use Electricity! 3
Trying out games that use Electricity! 4

Being computer explorers!

Term 1

Welcome back to a new school year! We start the first term with lots of exciting projects and learning in line!.

 

This term we will have two different questions. The first two weeks will be:  

"What is life like in France?"

After this, our question for the rest of term 1 will be: 

"What did the Romans do for us?"

 

Stay tuned for lots of exciting pictures and work showing what we have been learning!

Homework:

 

Reading

Children are expected to read every day, for at least 10 minutes; this will be accompanied by a comprehension question. This will enable the children to develop their reading as well as their comprehension skills.  We encourage the children to read 4 days a week in order to gain a ticket to read and be entered in to the prize draw every Friday. In Ganymede class we have high expectations for presentation, this is expected to continue in their homework and reading journals.

Children can also access reading eggs to read texts and play reading related games to develop their reading skills. As they complete these activities they earn golden eggs which they can use in 'The Mall' and to play different games. The link to Reading Eggs is at the bottom of this page.

 

 

Spelling

The children's spelling homework links with the spellings they will have been learning at school. They will need to recall the spelling rules for that week to be successful in learning new words.

They can also go onto Spellodrome (please see the link below) to practise spelling rules that they have covered this year.

 

Maths

Every Friday, the children will be set several pieces of Mathletics homework which will complement the learning they have done during the week. If the children cannot access Mathletics at home, they can use our Computer Room during lunchtime.

Have a look what Ganymede Class got up to last year!

Term 6

We've had a royal start to the term and the children have fully immersed themselves in their holiday challenge.  The research and time spent to make posters has been excellent|!  The posters will be displayed in the corridor by Ganymede and Titan's classrooms.  The children have thought of interesting questions that they would like answered through out the topic. 

 

Week beginning June 25th the children will be transported to carnival season in South America.  They will create art & DT pieces influenced by the carnival decoration, along with learning samba dancing and will take part in a drumming workshop.    

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