Today we had our first session of cricket with Danny from Fylde Coast Cricket Coaching. It was so much fun and we all did really well. We practised skills such as catching, over arm bowling, batting and underarm aiming. Click to see photos.
Today we had an exciting afternoon and in true King Louie style, we found the secret to man’s red flower! We had a lovely campfire and had some toasted marshmallows. Click to see more photos.
Today we made monkeys out of pipe cleaners and beads. They were quite simple to make but a bit fiddly. Click continue reading to see more photos.
Good Morning everyone,
Our Year 3 Bee Assemblies are now live on YouTube, head over to the Heyhouses Channel and you can watch them. Click here to view.
Today, we decorated pebbles to make a giant class snake. Click continue reading to see our photos.
Today as part of MAD festival, we decorated pebbles to make a class pebble snake.
Today we filmed Olive and Beech Class assemBEElies. We are filming Elm class tomorrow and then after some magical editing, they will be uploaded to our school YouTube page. Keep an eye out! The children worked so hard today.
Today we have been making character profiles for our favourite characters in The Jungle Book. We also did some marching along to Colenel Hathi’s Elephant March.
A bug well done to all of year 3 for today’s spelling Bee challenge. Beech class winner was Louis Howard, well done Louis! Elm class winner was Bethany Carroll , excellent work Bethany! Olive class winner was Amelie Tomlinson, super spelling Amelie!
It’s been a bit of a wet May so far so we’ve had a dodgeball tournament in our PE lessons. The children are really good at working as a team and it was a great competition.
Today Amy and Ethan from the Bee Centre visited Heyhouses. They told us all about bees and we learned lots of really interesting facts. We tasted two types of honey which were delicious.
Today, we had the Bee Centre visit Heyhouses. Amy and Ethan came to talk to us all about bees and it was so interesting. We learned lots more interesting facts, we tasted two types of honey and we spotted the queen bee in the hive. Bees are so amazing!