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Year 3: Disciples

Flag Fen - For our history topic, we visited Flag Fen, a Bronze Age site not too far from our school. We spent the day working as archaeologists, predicting what artefacts were used for and recreating Bell Beaker Pottery.

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Year 3 and 4 tennis development day with Boston Sport Partnership

Poetry performance

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Buddy reading with Noah's Ark Class

The moment we found out that St Nicholas CE Primary Academy had WON!!!!!


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Winning the year 3 and 4 schools indoor athletics competition at Peter Paine Sports Hall with Boston Sports Partnership.

Disciples Class had an amazing time visiting the cinema and watching Clifford The Big Red Dog.

Dinosaur Day!


The day that the dinosaur came...


Year three had a 'roar'some day when Jam the T-Rex came to visit us at school. We all had the chance to meet him and give him a tickle under the chin or a pat on the nose, whilst learning some exciting dinosaur facts. In the afternoon, some of our class were lucky enough to be filmed against a green screen running away from another dinosaur. They loved being film stars for the afternoon and we definitely have some budding actors in Disciples class!

Science - Skeletons


Disciples class recently enjoyed an afternoon science lesson whereby the children labelled one another with sticky notes, identifying the important bones in our skeletons. The children had fun, but importantly, they learned the names of bones such as the cranium, the femur, the spine, the sternum and the ulna. The labels were then added to the skeleton in our classroom, so that the children have a point of reference in their ongoing learning.

Class Voting - Little Fish


Disciples took part in elections and voting to appoint their chosen class members to become little Fish. (Fish stands for Faith in small hearts)

The children were given the chance to nominate themselves, then they were put onto a shortlist so that the official voting could take place at the polling station in the hall. The successful candidates were our two Olivias. They are already doing a fantastic job representing Disciples on the school council and taking feedback from their classmates on school council matters.