Each week we will set 3 home learning tasks for the children. One will be an English piece, another will be a Maths activity and the final piece will be spellings that the children will need to learn and practise. We also recommend you listen to your child read for at least 10 minutes 3 times a week, when possible, asking them questions about what they have read. The reading records are a useful way to share with the teacher when reading at home has taken place. Children can also record on these when they have read independently.
English and spelling home learning will be set on a Wednesday and Maths on a Thursday. All home learning will then need to be returned the following Monday. As we are trying to develop independence of the children it will their responsibility to hand in their home learning tasks on time. If your child forgets to take their home learning home it can be accessed on the separate homework pages. Should you have a problem please speak to a member of our team.
Each week the children will have two sessions of PE - one indoor session and one outdoor session. As ever we ask that children have their PE kits in school from Monday and take them home on a Friday. We ask this as although our usual PE days are a Monday and Thursday, sometimes the days can change depending on the weather or to fit around other events in school. Please ensure all items are named! For more information about PE kits please see our school uniform section.
Rights and Respecting Education.
Year 3 have been thinking about their rights as part of our Rights and Respect week. They had to think about things that are 'needs' and 'wants.' They were encouraged to sort these and then share their opinions with the class. We discussed the importance of allowing everyone to have voice.
Y3 have been using the school grounds to find inspiration for poems that they have written about the autumn. These will be available for you to read in class after the half term break.
Pirates - Outcome Event.
Many thanks to all Y3 parents who attended our outcome event this afternoon. It was great to see so many of you here. The children really enjoyed sharing their learning with you and taking you on a treasure hunt!
As part of our rights and diversity learning, year three have been finding out about how Chinese communities celebrate Chinese New Year. This year, Chinese New Year is on Tuesday 5th February when The Year of The Pig begins. We made dragon masks and performed dragon dances as well as learning about the different animals used to represent each new year.
Stone Age Day.
On Friday 8th February, Year 3 welcomed a visitor from Portals to The Past. They learnt about Stone Age tools, hunting Andy how Stonehenge was built. They were able to handle tools, animal skins and building materials.