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Easter Parade 2021

Happy Easter Everyone!

We enjoyed a great Wizard of Oz Pantomime!

As the term progresses individual class photographs and work will be placed in the class folders below. 

                                   Year 3 Homework


Dear Parents and Carers,


Your child has been set some homework which is ALL to be completed by 12th of October 2020. We have decided to give mostly skills based learning / facts that your child can practise every day.


The 'Be a Reader' work, will be on your child's Active Learn so they will need to log into their account to access the book (which you can read and discuss with them).These reading activities are the only pieces of work that your child is required to hand in on 12th October.


The 'Be a Detective' tasks (times tables) are both listed in your child's school diary and can also be practised using the 'Times Table Rockstars'programme. The rest of the maths facts / skills can be practised orally or on paper.


The 'Be a Writer' sentence tasks and spelling rules can be practised orally or again written on paper (if your child learns best when they are required to write).


Your child will be tested on this homework in the week beginning 12th October 2020.


Thank you for your continued support

Mrs.Winkler and Miss Mohamad


                                  Welcome to Year 3 


Hello Year 3 children, Parents and Carers


We would love to welcome you to the start of what will be a fantastic, fun filled year of learning. Thank you for supporting your children with their summer homework related to the Beaches and the British Coastline. It was great to see such a variety of researched written facts, art work and poetry. The children have had fun sharing their work and talking about their experiences of the beach over the summer. 


The wellbeing of our Year 3 children is a priority and we continue to ensure that it is discussed in a positive manner. The children have created small steps towards a brighter future and have considered what they value in a friend. They have also begun to discuss and illustrate class rules.


Our main topic this term will be about Surviving Storms. The children have written what they already know and were eager to write questions about what they would like to find out. 


We would like to use this opportunity to remind you of the following: 


- All children must read at least three times each week and each parent comment written must be signed 

- Reading books and diaries must be brought to school every day 

- Children will bring home a spelling list every Monday and will be tested on a Thursday 

-Times tables should be practised at home using Times Tables Rockstars

- All children should have a labelled water bottle left in school so that they are hydrated throughout the day 

- Finally, all children must wear their full activity day uniform to school on a Monday 


We look forward to working with you and your children.


Mrs Winkler and Miss Mohamed