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POTIONS! Autumn 2, 2021

Potion: a poison, a mixture, an aromatic brew, a vapour, a liquid or sticky goo!

Welcome to the amazing magical world of potions and their properties. Now scientists, beware. There are some powerful and deadly potions out there, dangerous, unpredictable or tragic (just ask Romeo and Juliet.) Use what you know about materials and their properties to create incredible potions in Professor Hazard’s Potions class. Feeling sleepy? That orange juice did taste a little strange...

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Home Learning

Here is some work for you to do while you are at home isolating. Don't forget to read as much as you can too. You can still access REN reading - loads of books are on there, so don't worry if you finish your school book. Some of your favourites from home will probably be on there too if you would like to quiz on them. 

You can save what you have done and show us when you return to school, or email anything you would like us to see more quickly! We hope you are feeling better soon and look forward to seeing you back in school. 

Week Beginning 22nd November

Topic Grid - Try to complete one or two activities each day

Maths

Monday 22nd NovemberHere is today's maths lesson video.
Tuesday 23rd November Here is today's maths lesson video.
Wednesday 24th November Here is today's maths lesson video.
Thursday 25th November Here is today's maths lesson video.
Friday 26th November Here is today's maths lesson video.

Week Beginning 29th November

Topic Grid - Try to complete one or two activities each day

Maths

Monday 29th November Here is today's maths lesson video.
Tuesday 30th November Here is today's maths lesson video.
Wednesday 1st December Here is today's maths lesson video.
Thursday 2nd December Here is today's maths lesson video.
Friday 3rd December Here is today's maths lesson video.

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Road Trip USA

Buckle up, sunglasses on. We’re going on a road trip across the good old US of A. Flying from London Gatwick, and landing at JFK airport New York, it’s time to explore the sights and sounds of the Big Apple. Use your map skills to navigate your way around some of its most famous landmarks and send a postcard home to ask the question ‘Do you wish you were here?’ Learn how to send an email to book a day trip or reserve a room. Make sure you ask the important questions ‘Does your hotel have a pool? Is there 24-hour room service?’ Meet the Iroquois tribe; Native Americans with amazing customs and traditions. Then plan a bespoke road trip for Mr Smith and his family of four. They want to spend three weeks in the sunshine. It’s going to be a long ride. Put the roof down and let the wind blow through your hair. We’re off!  

Pop Art - By Hazel Class

This week Hazel Class have been learning about Pop Art. Pop Art makes use of popular icons, or images of everyday things, making use of bright, bold blocks of colour, and adding colour to existing images. New York was a main centre for Pop Artists, and the home of Andy Warhol. We enjoyed exploring examples of Pop Art from New York, before having a go at creating our own. 

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SLIDESHOW

This document contains some useful spellings that children normally learn in year 1 and 2. I have put them on this page as some children missed out on learning them all due to lockdown.

Year 3 recommended books - Please visit this page to see a lisr of books recommended for year 3 children