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St Thomas' Road, Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire FY8 1JN

01253 722022

secretary@st-thomas.lancs.sch.uk

St Thomas' Church Of England Primary School

School closed Good Friday & Easter Monday only for keyworker's children!

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Please keep in touch by emailing me at year3@st-thomas.lancs.sch.uk

Home Learning Documents, please see below.

 

Hi everyone!

 I hope you are all well. Please see below the Easter grid that is for the duration of what would be our Easter holidays (08.04.20-20.04.20) 

 I can't wait to see what you get up, please keep the photos coming! I am currently working on uploading some of the ones I have received so far, so keep your eyes peeled, thank you!

 I will be taking my Easter break during this time too, so I will only be checking my email once, probably mid-week. A new grid will be posted on Monday 20th April.

 Have a lovely Easter. I hope the Easter Bunny brings you egg-sactly what you want, that you have an egg-citing time and that you are egg-statically happy! Maybe after all those eggs you might need to do some egg-streme eggs-ercise! Do you like my egg-cellent jokes? I think they are cracking!

 Keep kind and be safe! 

Home Learning Gallery! Wow we have been busy,just scroll down to see!

Dear parents,

It was really lovely to speak to you all today. I am missing all the children so much. I have loved reading at all the emails you have sent me telling me what the children have been doing and the photos really brighten my day through this strange time we find ourselves in! Below is a copy of the powerpoint I emailed you. We all need a bit of Kevin's "can do" attitude at the moment.

Keep kind and stay safe.

Love Mrs D x

Please see below for our Topic Web.

WORLD BOOK DAY 2020

Today, World Book Day, we all dressed up as book characters and enjoyed thinking and talking about some of our favourite stories and books. We also learned that for our Science Day tomorrow, an actual rocket that has been launched into space is coming to school!!!

February 12th 

This week we have had great fun working in our Nature Journal. 

"We used all things from nature on the ground to build a nest for our imaginary birds. We had to work as part of a team and think of an imaginary bird to design a nest that we thought was good for that type of bird. We had great fun working as a team." by Lucy 

Topic Web - Spring 2020

Please see below for our Topic Web for Spring Term. 

Please note that Homework will now be given out on a Monday to be returned the following Monday.

Friday 1st November

Last Friday was our TT Rock Stars day where we celebrated and practised all things Times Tables!! Rock on!! We had a whole morning working out different times tables calculations and we thoroughly enjoyed rocking out as groovy rock stars!! See us in action -

This week in Year 3 we have started to look at the Stone Age and considered the chronology of it. We put the dates in order in our books. 

Friday 1st November -

This week we have been observing and exploring rocks.

Please keep checking for regular updates.

Monday 25th November

This week in Science and Nature we have been looking at what a herbivore, carnivore and omnivore is and what they might eat. We played a sorting activity.  Also we looked at how sycamore seeds spin and then we made our own with paper, scissors and a paper clip. We folded the paper and cut it and threw it into the air. It span, even if we tipped it up it corrected itself!! It was an enjoyable activity (by Millie and Rhys).

Friday 15th November

Last week was Children in Need day. We all dressed up in our pyjamas and had some fun exercising with Joe Wicks. We did some Pudsey bear colouring and the school raised over £200 for Children in Need.

Monday 11th November

This week in Science we were looking at rocks to see if they could float and see if they fizzed when they were in vinegar (a type of acid). We looked at limestone, slate and chalk. In the classroom we were looking at fossils to see what their features were. It was extremely amazing!! (by Eva and Otis).

This week we held elections using the British Value of democracy, which means by the people. The class voted and these children were elected: Lucy and Rhys as Eco Warriors and Otis and Alanna for our school council. Well done to our representatives! 

OUR STONE AGE DAY!...

We have been doing lots of fun stuff in our work about the Stone Age. Last week we had a whole Stone Age day!! Parents came in to help us and we all dressed up in Stone Age costumes! In the morning we had Initiate Theater come in and we did some acting out of Stone Age scenes. In the afternoon we made Stone Age pudding with berries, Stone Henge out of biscuits, learned about Stone Age animal and even did some cave painting. We also sat around the camp fire and read "How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth". At the end of the day we ate Stone Henge!! What will the archaeologists say?!

Topic Web

Please see below for our Autumn Term Topic web.

Please see below for our Topic Web.

This week we worked in twos to produce a poster about Stonehenge. We have really enjoyed our Stone Age topic. See our gallery below for other Stone Age work we have done this week.

We had a Yabba Dabba Doo day this week and examined "Flint Stones" very carefully!