Reflection of the Science Festival – Dolphin

I enjoyed listening to the questions and I got to ask a question. – Grace

In the assembly I enjoyed the juggling. – Leo

I liked the whip when it went bang! – Eva

I liked it when Dr Ken ate fire. – Ana

I found out that they were cutting down the rain forest. – Eva

I found out if you get laser eye surgery it gets burnt and smells like bacon. – Matilda

We got to dissect an owl pellet and we got to take home bones too. – Leo

In virtual reality you had goggles on and there were dinosaurs. – Taylor

The planetarium was really interesting and we got to the stars. – Sylvie

The balls connected to the iPad and you had to move them around (Virtual reality) – Logan

I liked making poo because it was fun and we got to put loads of stuff in it. – Logan

Dolphin Gardening 3/5/2019

Today we went outside to do some gardening. We planted sunflowers, pumpkins, marigolds and sweet peppers. We dug up potatoes, beetroot and carrots so that we could clear an area for new plants. We also added more mushroom compost to the raspberry plants.

Lily, Kody and Krzysztof

Dolphin’s Bollywood Workshop 11/3/2019

Today Dolphin class had great fun learning to do a Bollywood dance.

First Tina taught us the lotus hand movements. Then she taught us how to use our whole body to do the dance. We learnt that Bollywood contains 3 types of dance: classical Indian, contemporary and Bhangra.

Once we had learnt the dance routine we were able to wear some traditional Indian outfits. Girls were able to wear saris and boys wore waist coats and ankle bells. We had to wear the bells on our right foot as you lead the dance with the right side of your body.

Lily – “It was great fun, we learnt lots of different movements”

Rosetta – “It was amazing, we had so many colourful costumes”

Isla – “We learnt Bollywood dancing is made up of lots of hand movements”

 

Friday 15th February. Y3 visit the Norfolk Heritage Centre

Today year 3 went on a trip to Norwich Millennium Library to visit the Norfolk Heritage Centre. We walked to and from the library.

Each class had the opportunity to spend some time in the 8+ children’s library area. Year 3 had story time then explored the books. Some children signed up to the library and were able to take books home with them.

When visiting the Norfolk Heritage Centre we had to go up to the 3rd floor. We split into groups and explored a variety of old books. We were even taken to the book storage area and shown how the shelves were electronically moved.

In groups we were shown old maps of Norwich and photographs. We were able to see how Norwich has changed through the years.

Lauren Dolphin class – “We saw that our school disappeared on one of the maps as it hadn’t been built”

Lily Dolphin class – “We had a lovely trip. We learnt about the past”

Romance Event – Earlham Cemetery 4th January 2019

As part of year 3’s working as historians romance event we went on a walk to Earlham Cemetery. The children focused on what they could see and how they thought the area could have changed over time. The children looked at head stones and focused on finding the earliest date they could see, clues as to where the person was from and identity. Year 3 visited the World War 2 memorial and the Jewish burial areas.

On the way back to school Sophie in Dolphin class said ” I really enjoyed this trip, it’s better than playing games on my phone”.

Kenetic Science 14/9/2018

Today Year 3 were visited by Kenetic Science. They took part in 3 workshops focusing on digestion, skeleton and lungs. They had the opportunity to make poo, identify broken bones in x-rays, make a set of lungs and look at the vital organs of pig. This introduced our topic of the human body for the Autumn term and sparked many questions.

Wednesday 18th July – Year 3 Working as Geographers Showcase

What a great atmosphere at our showcase! On Wednesday, the year 3 children finally got to share their geography learning with their families. They took their families on a tour of Anderson’s Meadow, showing off their hand-drawn maps, and worked together with their adults to identify the different creatures we found in the bushes and the river. The children were so proud of their work, and everyone got totally stuck in. A big thanks to all families who could make it, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!