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How to Comment on the Blog

We think it is really important to hear from all of you regularly. We would like you to make comments and to let us know how you are getting on with your learning. 

We want to hear it, even if it is just a quick hello!

So, we would like as many of you as possible to sign up to the blog, so that you can make comments. 

To sign up to the blog, access it via the Heavers farm website and go to the year 4 blog. When you click on a post and scroll to the bottom you will see this. 

In order to make comments on the blog and add your contributions, you need to sign up to word press with your email address. You can also sign up using Google, Facebook or Twitter. 

Click on the W for wordpress. You can all sign up using Word press, and some of you have already done so. If you have forgotten your login details or they do not work you can reset it using the forgotten password link. . 

You all have a school email address and this can be accessed through lgfl mail. 

All of your login details would have been given to you during your Computing lessons. If you are not sure just ask your teacher. Also remember that your parents came sign up to the blog for you, using their own email address. 

Once you have signed up or reset your login details, you will be able to make comments and you will receive notifications when there are new posts or replies to your comments.

Don’t forget to click follow. 

If you are still have difficulties leaving comments, please let me know and I will try to fix the problem. 

Happy commenting and hope to hear from you all soon.

Year 3 Team

How to Comment on the Blog

Posted in Ruby, Science

Soil Detectives

Today Ruby class were investigating soil to find out what it is, why we need soil and how it is formed.

We went into the garden to find out more. The children had fun discovering what lives in soil and what it consists of. In class we sorted through trays of soil and found snails, woodlice and other creepy crawlies amongst the organic matter.

Posted in Geography, Ruby

Mapping volcanoes

Today Ruby class were learning all about the Pacific Ring of Fire and why people choose to live near volcanoes. We used maps and atlases to locate some of the world’s most infamous volcanoes on the Ring of Fire before discussing the advantages and disadvantages of living near an active volcano.

Posted in History, Ruby

Pompeii

This week Ruby class have been learning about the ancient city of Pompeii. Today the children put the events of this disaster in chronological order and discovered what happened to the city and its people.

Posted in Announcements

Times Tables Resources

Year 3 have been working extra hard to learn their times tables. We have used some songs to help us and the links are found below. Please take the time to revise times tables up to 12 with your child as often as you can and encourage the children to play Times Tables Rockstars to consolidate their learning.

Posted in English, History, Jet, Onyx, Ruby

Roman Day: Tuesday, 7th June!

We’re going to launch our Summer 2 learning with a Roman Day! Children are invited to come into school dressed up as a Roman citizen. Some ideas for costumes can be found above – grab a white t-shirt and wrap a belt around it for an easy go-to, or add a pop of colour with a scarf. The possibilities are endless! We look forward to seeing everyone’s fantastic costumes when we return from Half Term!

Posted in Ruby

Measuring

Ruby class were investigating capacity this week, using different size containers to measure liquids. The children have identified the correct units of measurements, using these to measure and compare. They were able to deduce that containers of different shapes can still hold the same capacity of liquid.

Posted in Ruby

We Are Petrologists!

Today Ruby class were testing rocks for permeability, hardness and calcites.

We learnt that petrologists study rocks, and that all rocks are different and distinctive.