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Welcome to Picasso - Year 3!
The learning in Year 3 Picasso Class is led by Miss Church with Miss Stewart. Mrs Jacob will be teaching Picasso on Tuesday afternoons.
Welcome back into a brand-new calendar year. We hope that 2022 brings everyone in our CKS family lots of happiness, safety and love.
Our key concept this half term is consequences. We will be exploring this theme in a fun and memorable concept day and expressing our understanding of what consequences means to us and our world.
RE learning covers the Jewish festival of Passover. This topic enables the children to consider the wider area of ‘remembrance’ and evaluate how these ideas and practices are present in their own lives and religious awareness. It was so wonderful to see your enthusiasm for having bubble worships back in the school hall – I look forward to this continuing!
Our curriculum focuses around our concept of consequences and explores other topics. The children will be utilising a range of scientific equipment during our learning about forces. In History, we will be considering the reliability of sources when we find out about the Romans. In Art, we will be researching, designing and creating Ancient Roman mosaics. For our PE learning, we will look to improve our throwing and jumping as part of our Athletics learning. This term, we have another outside PE module too, as we carry out orienteering and problem solving as part of Outdoor Adventurous Activities. In Computing, the children will be using the internet as a source of information by beginning to understand how search engines work. Our PSHCE focuses on being safe and economic wellbeing. To continue our French learning, we will encounter vocabulary for colours and Easter as well as responding to simple questions. Listening and appraising reggae music will be the foundation of our Three Little Birds Music topic this term; improvisation skills will also be taught.
As winter turns into spring, we make sure that the children feel inspired by the power of nature and recognise its healing properties. This understanding of the calming effects of being outside in our wonderful world helps to equip children with the time they need to remember, implement and focus on the key messages we instil in these special people: that they are valued and that to be kind is the best thing of all.