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Year 3 Summer Term

This term, our Year 3 children will be embarking on the adventure of a lifetime as they climb mountains and travel the sea, investigating ‘can a natural disaster ever be good’.  As our children explore the natural world around them through geography and science, maps and investigation, they will work together in research groups, exploring a particular area of interest.  Through art and design, drama and dance, our children will be immersed in the natural force and aftermath of a volcano, taking on roles as journalists and experts as they broadcast their ‘village experiences’ and create survival guides. From volcanic ashes to the icy seas, a special ticket to board the maiden voyage of the Titanic awaits the children, supported by a trip to the Titanic museum at the Southampton Docks!  All aboard for a thought provoking adventure!  As the Year 3 children settle into their cabins and submerge themselves in the Titanic based story, Kaspar Prince of Cats, they will begin to form their own opinions and viewpoints as they grapple with their project question ‘should we be treated equally in a disaster’

Please scroll down to see an overview of each Learning Adventure:

Year 3 disaster(1)Year 3 Titanic(3)
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