This week in year 3 we have been exploring the reproductive process which takes place through pollination, looking closely at the male and female parts of a flower and their functions. Pupils took part in a speaking and listening activity which allowed them to express the importance of pollination and protecting bees; especially in our current climate crisis. Pupils thoroughly enjoyed making these meaningful links with their previous Geography topic ‘Weather and Climate’.
In History, pupils had opportunities to explore the dangers faced by communities living in the Bronze and Iron Ages. Pupils explored the variety of dangers faced by prehistoric tribes which would not have been an issue for the modern-day human. Through these lessons, pupils had the opportunity to recognise how much the human race has evolved since these prehistoric periods in history.