Week commencing 21.01.19
Our key learning this week:
Multiplication and Division
Adventure stories -brainstorming ideas.
Predicting what will happen in a story.
Answering questions around a text.
PE this term will be dance and outdoor and adventurous . Please ensure children have their PE kit in school at all times. The children will need trainers, tracksuit bottoms and a warm jumper for outdoor PE this term.
07.01.19 - Back to school
W/B 14.01.19 - Aspirations Week
29.01.19 - Mass in school
14.02.19 - Year 3 Class assembly -2.45
15.02.19 -Break up
Monday (19/11/18) saw the children presenting their fabulous finish to parents and grandparents.They did an amazing job and presented a performance poem and a stone age version of the song 'We will rock you'.
Thank you to all those who attended and for those of you who couldn't make it please enjoy the videos.
Password for the videos is year3
The children enjoyed a body percussion session today(1.10.18) as part of art week.
What a brilliant day year 3 had in the forest today (27.9.18) we got to make stone age tools out of sticks and slate, create stone age round houses, picnic in the meadow and enjoy the glorious sunshine. A fantastic day had by all!
Year 3 had a lovely time visiting the library on Wednesday - we enjoyed a storytelling session and also had the opportunity to choose a book to read whilst we were there.
Stone Age Day - The children had a great day on Monday - they took part in lots of different activities including jewellery making, stone age art, making a woolly mammoth out of junk modelling materials and creating Stonehenge out of biscuits!
Must do at home, please: (reviewed termly)
Year 3 & 4 Spellings list
Additional ways to support your child:
Homework Expectations – Year 3
Homework will be set every Friday and should be returned by the following Wednesday. Pupils are expected to complete every set task. Generally, homework will be one piece chosen from a selection on the homework grid and a set of spellings to learn. Additionally, children must read and record their reading in their diaries at least three times each week.
Work in books is expected to be of the same standard as work in school, with neat handwriting, diagrams in pencil and care take to include appropriate punctuation and good spelling.