Our teacher is Mrs Keenan. Our page will keep you updated on all our class news including photographs of activities we carry out in Year 3.
Article 28, ‘every child has the right to a good quality education’.
Christmas Jumper Day
Year 3 donned their Christmas jumpers to mark Christmas Jumper Day on Friday 11th December. This year, we collected donations in support of the Christmas Family Appeal organised by the Education Authority. This money will be used by St. Vincent de Paul and The Salvation Army to help many families this Christmas.
We designed our own Christmas jumpers!
We welcomed everyone to our Virtual Nativity Story!
We Three Kings
Year 3 have been very busy getting creative!
We made the three kings from the Nativity scene.
📱📊Data Handling in Year 3📊📱
We have been exploring the area of data handling in numeracy. The children had great fun recording data, saving and presenting their work using the iPads. #makingmathsfun #managingdata
Article 28: You have the right to good quality education'.
🖌We painted our own version of
🌟'The Starry Night'🌟
by Vincent van Gogh🖌
Article 29 states 'Education should develop your personality, talents, mental and physical abilities.'
Year 3 have been learning about Article 16: 'You have the right to privacy'. We made signs to use in quiet areas at home to make others aware of our wish to enjoy a quiet moment.
🌈Anti -Bullying Week 2020🌈
Year 3 were very busy during Anti-Bullying Week. We kicked the week off with Odd Socks Day when we each wore odd socks to remind us of what makes us unique. We also participated in a range of fun activities and discussion around this year's theme; United Against Bullying. To end the week, we celebrated World Children's Day with a range of fun activities and games.
Article 20: ‘Your education should help you to respect other people'.
Article 12, ‘The view of every child must be taken seriously'.
Article 19 'You have the right to be protected from being hurt or mistreated, in body or mind'.
Article 31 ‘You have the right to rest and play'.
🍂Enjoying the Autumn Leaves🍂
The boys and girls in Year 3 took full advantage of all the wonderful colour in the natural environment within our outdoor learning area this autumn. We collected some leaves and other items to use in our autumn artwork.
Article 29 states that 'your education should help you use and develop your talents snd abilities'.
Drawing God Day
We celebrated 'Drawing God Day' by creating beautiful drawings to represent how we see God in our lives.
Article 14 states that 'every child has the right to practise their religion'.
📱 EU Code Week 📱
During EU Code Week, the boys and girls in Year 3 had the opportunity to enhance their coding skills using the app 'PJ Masks; Hero Academy'.
'Your education should help you use and develop your talents and abilities'. Article 29
🔢❓Maths Week Ireland❓🔢
To celebrate Maths Week 2020 pupils in Year 3 took part in a range of activities that helped develop their mathematical thinking and reasoning.
'You have the right to a good quality education'. Article 28
🍂🍁 Autumn Artwork 🍁🍂
🏃🏻♀️ National Fitness Day 🏃🏼♂️
'You have the right to get information that is important to your well-being...'
🙏🏻 Beginning of School Year Mass 🙏🏻
Year 3 joined many other boys and girls within the Diocese of Derry in celebrating the Beginning of School Year Mass via webcam offered by Bishop Donal McKeown from St. Eugene's Cathedral, Derry.
'You have the right to practice your own culture, language and religion...'
🐛🔎 Outdoor Play 🔎🐛
Year 3 enjoyed the first of many outdoor learning experiences this year in our wonderful outdoor play area. This is a rich learning environment which ignites many interesting discussions. They certainly had great fun!
Article 31, ‘every child has the right to play.’
As we begin a new school year, we have written our class prayer together.
Please keep us safe and healthy this year in Year 3.
Help us to listen carefully
and always do our best.
Help us to be kind to one another
and guide us through our days.
'You have the right to practice your own culture, language or religion...'
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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