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Welcome to Year 3!

 

Welcome from Miss Sidhu, Miss Goring, Miss Perry, Mrs Finn and Miss Hale. 

 

This is our new class page! On this page you will find out important information about our year, our topics, homework and dates for your diary!

 

 

Learning log

Due in Tuesday 4th September 2018

 

Your new class teacher would like to get to know you. Over the summer can you collect, write, draw items/things that represent you. This could be things such as your likes, dislikes, interests, hobbies, personality etc.

You can present your homework as you wish to.

Enjoy!

Year 3 staff

 

Egypt masks painted

Egypt masks painted 1 Here are a selection of the Egyptian Masks painted

Parent workshop

 

Thank you for all who came to the parent workshop. The children all enjoyed it! 

Here's the masks dried overnight. Papier mache masks

"Preposition" by The Bazillions

Up, down, all around -- learn your prepositions as you sing along with The Bazillions' hit song! Find out more at http://www.thebazillions.com Preposition by The Bazillions ©2010 All rights reserved.

Both Miss Goring and Miss Sidhu would like year 3 to practise their times tables over the school year using times tables rockstars. 

 

Thank you. 

Times Table Rockstars

Times Table Rockstars 1 Please log on three times a week.

REMINDER

 

Please can you ensure you child brings in their reading diaries everyday to school. This does not mean your child has to read everyday - however they are more than welcome too.  But we are seeing an increase in children who do not have their homework diaries with them. These are very important for the children to record their key information but also record and communicate with the teaching staff about the books they are reading and providing a short summary about the book. This is something that we will now be keeping a close eye on!

 

Happy Reading smiley

REMINDER

 

Please can you ensure you child brings in their reading diaries everyday to school. This does not mean your child has to read everyday - however they are more than welcome too.  But we are seeing an increase in children who do not have their homework diaries with them. These are very important for the children to record their key information but also record and communicate with the teaching staff about the books they are reading and providing a short summary about the book. This is something that we will now be keeping a close eye on!

 

Happy Reading smiley

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