Year 3 learned the art of frottage today!
Have a look at some of our results.
Year 3 have been experimenting with Sedimentary rocks.
Can a rock change its mass?
It can if we add water and leave it for five minutes.
Year 3 learn how to survive like their ancestors from the Stone Age - give or take that marshmallow tastes much better than red deer.
Year 3 become archeologists for the morning as they investigate Stone Age artefacts.
We had a lovely visit this afternoon from Helen who practises the Bahai faith.
If you don't know, Bahai is one of the newest major religions having started in the 19th century.
Year 3 investigated the three different types of rock:
Year 3 have been drafting, editing and now publishing their work on the book Seal Surfer this half term... the results of which you will see tomorrow!
Ever wondered why Brookside is called Brookside? Well the answer is in plain sight.Year 3 went to visit the 'brook' that meanders from Cheshire Oaks, past our school, through Rivacre Valley as it journeys on to the River Mersey. The brook is on the first available map of 1845, however everywhere…
Year 3 have been in the Bake Off tent as part of Design and Technology learning how to use seasonal fruit to make a totally tasty apple crumble. Not only is this tasty food - it is an environmentally friendly treat too!
Year 3 have been writing interactive power point presentations about where our food comes from.
Year 3 have been learning all about the pros and cons of importing food.
They have had to decide whether it is is better to buy food locally or import.