YEAR 3 Elm and RowanMrs Nugent and Miss Rowland
Welcome to Year 3!
Mrs Nugent and Miss Rowland are our Year 3 teachers, and they are supported by Mrs Richardson. Mrs Nugent teaches Year 3 Rowan and Miss Rowland teaches Year 3 Elm.
Information about what Year 3 will be learning can be found in our ‘Curriculum’ section.
To celebrate our fantastic OfSTED report, the children at Winlaton West Lane (and the staff!) enjoyed an equally fabulous ‘fun day’ of whole school, non-uniform, bouncy castle play-time and fun activities. Take a look at some of our class photographs to see how much ‘fun’ we all had…read more
Today, our school was incredibly proud to have a visit from Olympic British volleyball player Peter Bakare – who led our whole school on a sponsored fitness circuit session. Each class was taken through a series of fun, pulse-raisin,g strength and conditioning exercises, followed by a motivational talk from Peter and a demonstration of some key volleyball skills…read more
In topic this week, year 3 have been learning about Mayan beliefs and religion. Each group created a small presentation and they all looked at a different area of the topic for example; how they worshipped, Life after death, Mayan sacrifice and Mayan Gods…read more
Year 3 had an amazing time visiting Washington Wetlands and Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens this month! Check out out photo gallery to see how much fun we had…read more
This month, a former pupil of Winlaton West Lane School has kindly ‘donated’ one of his amazing Snowdogs, (‘Gareth’) to our school to exhibit for the next 2-3 weeks! Please feel free to come in and have a look at Mrs Tetley’s new friend…read more
On the last day of Spring term, as part of our ‘Healthy School’ Initiative, our whole school enjoyed a range of activities – including making smoothies with a pupil ‘pedal power’ stationary bike and a workshop with ‘Cooking for Life’ expert Nick!read more
As part of their topic this term, Year 3 visited Jarrow Hall (formerly Bede's World), to learn about the Anglo-Saxons and what life was like in the time of the Venerable Bede. They also explored an Anglo-Saxon farm, to discover why farming was so important in daily...read more
Last week our school held an extraordinary 'Faith Week', where the children were very lucky to have visitors from different faiths / religions come in to speak about their beliefs. Assemblies were held with special religious leaders and visitors: Cloud Singh (a Sikh);...read more
Wow! What an awesome response we have had to our reading challenge! After we unveiled an amazing new reading scheme at Christmas, we launched it with a brand-new reading challenge. Every time we bring in our reading book, signed by someone who looks after us to say...read more
Year 3 had an amazing trip to Washington Wetlands this week!read more
“We wish you a merry xmas, we wish you a merry xmas, we wish you a merry xmas and a happy new year!”read more
On Thursday 8th December 2016, our entire Key Stage 2 (along with Mrs Tetley!) visited Newcastle College and enjoyed a magical production of “A Fairytale Christmas” by the very talented performing arts / dance students! Come and take a look at some of the characters we met…read more