Year Three really enjoyed learning all about Scotland during the Autumn Term.
Using maps the children learnt about where Scotland is in the United Kingdom and Europe and located the country on a map. They also found out that the capital of Scotland is Edinburgh. Over the weeks the children researched many different aspects relating to Scotland including tartan, Edinburgh Castle and the Loch Ness Monster.
The children in Year 3 worked really hard to perform a class assembly all about Scotland to parents, carers and the rest of the school.
The children enjoyed designing and making their own tartan using felt and ribbon.
Year 3 Tartan Designs
For their homework, the children researched a chosen aspect about Scotland and created a model. The teachers were amazed with all the Scotland homework.
Examples of the amazing Scotland homework models
The children really enjoyed learning about the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age during the Spring term. The children learnt about what life was like during these times including what they ate, where they lived and what their homes were like. The children researched cave paintings and then designed and created their own.
Year three cave paintings!
For their homework Year 3 were asked to research about either the Stone Age, Bronze Age or Iron Age and create a model or piece of art work.
Year 3 Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age homework!
Year 3 are looking forward to learning all about the Romans during the Summer term.