Year 3

As part of their history topic on Empires and Emperors, Year 3 spent their morning learning just what it was like to live as a Roman. In the afternoon, they had to make an important decision; should they embrace this way of life, or should they march in Roman army formation in order to defend their land?
On Wednesday morning, selected Year 3 and 4 children went to Honiton Community College for a science workshop on pendulums! They found that the longer the length of the pendulum, the longer it took to complete one full swing. 
On Tuesday afternoon, Year 3 welcomed Margaret and Mike from Honiton Evangelical Congregational Church. They talked to the children about the history of Honiton and the church, and explained the church's role in the Christian community today. 
On Monday the two Year 3 classes went to a science workshop at Honiton Community College. They explored magnets and forces, and even learnt how make a paperclip levitate!
Kent's Cavern
Year 3 had a super school trip to Kent's Cavern to fully immerse themselves in their 'Through The Ages' topic!
Year 3 have been busy making colourful and eye-catching stained glass windows as part of our RE learning.
Year 3 have been making Beaker Style pots from the prehistoric era using clay.
Year 3 had great fun designing and creating cave paintings as part of our Through The Ages topic.
Since their return from half term, Year 3 have been learning about Diwali. The children have created these colourful Rangoli patterns and Mehndi hand designs, using pen, paint and tissue paper.