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Food Tech and forces in Year 3

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This week in Year 3...

We've had a very scientific week indeed. We've had a great time taking part in National Science week: chemistry with cabbage, liquid density investigations, fun with slime, walking water and plenty more. I've really enjoyed seeing smiley, amazed faces and hearing wonderful comments about science in general. Lots of children brought in science work from home which included magic magnets, secret messages revealed before our eyes, and even a tornado in a bottle.

We also completed a forces investigation all about friction. Two teams observed and recorded how the friction created by materials affected the distance a toy car would travel, whilst others carefully experimented with liquid density and friction. Year 3 had planned the investigations themselves. The teamwork was great and, after carrying out tests three times, they produced tables and graphs which gave clear scientific outcomes. Work can be seen in photos and study work books.

We've also enjoyed a fantastic food technology morning. Huge thanks to Mrs Leonard for help with planning this activity and for joining us on the day, and to Mrs Van Russelt for doing an epic food shop! We couldn't have completed the tasks without their help. We made cheesy garlic scones (super tasty) and a fruit salad which didn't even make it home! As Thomas left the classroom at lunchtime, I overheard him say 'This has been great!'.

We've started work on our Easter Service and we do hope you can join us at St. Chad's on Thursday afternoon to celebrate a very special time in our school year. We're all looking forward to SingFest too, which takes place on Tuesday afternoon next week.

At the end of the day today, we finished our class novel 'Kensuke's Kingdom'. What a moving end to the story. In fact, after reading the postscript, we wondered 'Was it just a story?' after all...

What a great time we've had! Well done everyone. Have a lovely weekend.

Miss Lake

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