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Hello and welcome to the Year 3 class page!

We are Miles Davis Class.

Our class teachers are Mr Codling and Miss Prescott.  

In Miles Davis Class, we also have Miss Buckley as our Teaching Assistant. She is so creative and helpful, and works hard to make our classroom look welcoming and bright. Mrs Thurlow is also our Lunchtime Supervisor and makes sure that we get our food on time, as well as helping us to have fun! 

Year 3 is such an exciting time in our lives. We will thrive, develop, mature, and strengthen our community. We will ALWAYS try our best! We will learn about so many exciting new things and get to use a whole new range of equipment.

Miles Davis Class Blog

Journey into prayer.

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This week we were visited by Hand to Mouth Ministries, who created a special journey for us.  This spiritual experience allowed us to think about things that are important to us and explore our experience of prayer.

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Qu'est-ce que c'est?

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On Monday afternoons we are learning French.  This week we had discussed colour names in French and had to label a portrait.  Can you guess who this is?  He sort of looks familiar...

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Training Hard with the Giants!

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Jacob, from Huddersfield Giants, has been putting us through our paces in PE this half term.  We are working hard to develop our skills and accuracy.

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Year 3 Meet the Author!

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We had an amazing morning working with the author Pooja Puri, who told us all about how she got the ideas for her brilliant book, A Dinosaur Ate My Sister.  We designed time machines that could help us travel back in time! 

Special thanks to Read Bookshop in Holmfirth for organising this event.

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Base Ten Basics

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We are using Base Ten to help us to understand place value.  It helps us to make exchanges when we are adding and subtracting.  We think it's great!

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What time is it, Mr Wolf?

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We had a strange (and hairy) visitor to our classroom.  Our English work is based around The True Story of the Three Little Pigs, by Jon Scieszka.

Mr Wolf came to tell us that it had all been a terrible misunderstanding - he's really quite a nice guy with a bit of a sneezing problem!

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