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Welcome to 3 Moon's Class Page!


We hope you enjoy reading about and looking through some of our pictures of things we’ve done.  Do you have any ideas for this page? Why not let your teacher know!

Our Class Charter!
Spring 2019
In Science, we have been covering the topic of evolution. In this particular lesson, children looked what led to the dinosaur’s extinction millions of years ago.

In Science, children also learnt about natural selection and survival of the fittest. We looked at how animals which can camouflage better have a higher chance of survival.

On Wednesday 20th March 2019, Year 3 visited Urban Farm in Hounslow, as part of our topic on evolution. The children were lucky to have a real hands on experience and broaden their knowledge on animal adaptations. It was a fun-filled day!

This term, Year 3 were lucky enough to have two author visits as part of World Book Day! The first by Bethan Woollvin, who delivered workshops involving art.  Children were able to retell her stories through painting and printing.

Year 3 were also visited by Segun Akande, another inspirational writer! Children took part in drama and were encouraged to be creative in their writing through their use of language. The children thoroughly enjoyed his visit!

Autumn 2018
In English, Year 3 focused on retelling magical tales including ‘The King who wanted to Touch the Moon’ and ‘The Seven Clever Brothers’.
In Maths we have been looking at addition and subtraction. We have focused on mental calculations and using a range of written methods when working out.

The children from Year 3 and Sanaz (a volunteer at our school) were creative this term and worked together to build the HMT Empire Windrush, which was a passenger liner and cruise ship that brought workers from Jamaica.

Autumn is an amazing season. The crisp, cool air, the fluttering of leaves falling to the ground and the smell of nature changing as it prepares for winter. Appreciating the world around us allows for a deepening of our mindfulness practice.


Our class went out to explore the autumn leaves outdoor. We looked at the different shapes, colours and took time to feel the texture of the leaves, before completing our mindfulness colouring.