To start our new school year, Year 3 created vivid self portraits using pastels.
They thought carefully about their individual features, all the things that make them unique.
Gallery from our class of 2016-2017
Women's World Cycle Tour
Year 3 enthusiastically lined Coventry Street to cheer on the cyclists as they passed through Southam en route to Leamington.
They waved their homemade banners in support and were rewarded
with smiles from the cyclists.
After the event they used the experience to become journalists for the afternoon
writing their own newspaper reports.
Where does our food come from?
As part of our Spring Term topic we looked at where our bananas come from and
we linked this with learning about Fairtrade.
We then created this beautiful display using diary entries we had written based on
the "Journey of a Banana" and collaged art work.
"The Pebble in My Pocket"
We have been looking at this book by Meredith Hooper.
It follows the story of a pebble from its origins in a volcano 480 million years ago,
to its place in a busy modern landscape.
We drew dramatic volcano pictures using pastel crayons.
Christmas Art Workshop Day
The whole school enjoyed a special day of activities to coincide with
the Children in Need appeal.
Visit by Captain Nunn
Captain Graham Nunn is a Church Army officer who spends time working with children in schools using drama activities to teach about relationships and Christian values.
We were fortunate to have a class visit.
Passport to Year 3 Display