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Blenhein Primary School

Year 3

 Welcome to our Year 3 page, here you will find information about all the fun things we've been learning at school and how you can help your child at home. Thank you for visiting our school website :)

WE ARE wonderful WRITERS...

In Autumn 1 we learnt to write poems and Non-chronological reports. One of the things we enjoy about writing is sharing them with our friends and now on the internet (global world).

As part of our geography learning topic we got to explore this amazing city we live in. Our first trip was our very own walking tour of London. We started from South Bank and followed the River Thames Path all the way to the Tower of London. We saw old and new buildings and crossed the Millenium bridge. We love London.



Eshal:  "It was amazing, and we had a good view of the London eye, it was huge! We also saw some swans that looked really pretty"
Muhib: "I liked when we could see a little beach by the Thames, I also liked when we were walking because that gave me a view of lots of things like Tower Bridge we also got to see it multiple times!" 
Mason: "The London Bridge was very long and we saw the underneath bit. There were lots of boats on the Thames"

Our next trip is on Tuesday 13th November to the Science Museum!

How you can help at home...

Ensure your child reads and shares their weekly homework sheet with you, received every Fridays, so they can practise the required reading, spelling and maths skills needed to be the best they can be.

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