Welcome to Sycamore Class!
On our page you will find lots of photographs which show the different things we have been doing in class. We hope you enjoy them!
Silver Coin Challenge
To raise money for our library, every class in the school took part in a Silver Coin Challenge. Here are some photos from ours!
Skara Brae Houses
As part of our Stone Age topic, the children learnt about a Neolithic village called 'Skara Brae' in Scotland. To support them with writing leaflets about the site, the children made their own Skara Brae homes. We got very messy and learnt a lot!
Book Day for our New Library!
A few snaps from book dress up day in Sycamore Class.
Our topic this term is 'Savage Stone Age' and in the first week of term we had a workshop to tell us all about Pre-history, especially the Stone Age. We became Stone Age people for the day and learnt how to spin wool, grind wheat, drill a hole into wood using a Stone Age tool, dress in animal skin clothing, and set up a Neolithic home.
Last week, we spent some time in the 'I wonder space'. In there, we took part in several activities, which talked about our feelings and how we dealt with them. This was a lovely opportunity for the children to reflect and think about what they are thankful for and how they are all unique and special.
This term we have been learning about Hinduism and the festival of Diwali. To understand how a Hindu child might feel during Diwali, we made our own Diya Lamps - and don't they look wonderful!
Art - Looking at color and tone
In Art this term we have been learning about colour and how to create a range of tones for a single colour palette. Today, we took advantage of our Autumnal surroundings and used colour and tone to create still life leaf pictures using oil pastels.
Where does our food come from?
Last week, Tracey from Asda came to visit Year 3 and taught us about where food comes from. We tried a range of fruit and vegetables and the teachers were very impressed that so many children tried food they had never tasted before! We learnt that the food in our supermarkets comes from all around the world, because some fruits and vegetables grow better in different climates.