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We would like to welcome you all back to school and Year 3. It has been a long time coming and we are relieved it is finally here.
We have had a lovely first week with your children, getting to know them and introducing ourselves, as well as what we ill be doing over the coming weeks.
We have noticed they have fantastic manners and exceptional behavior and have settled back in to school extremely well after such a long time away.
We will be providing more information about what your child will be learning and what they will need in school by Friday 11th September. This will come home as a letter. We will also be sending Marvellous Me messages next week to individual parents about how your child has settled in to school.
We would like to take this opportunity to give a few reminders:
1) Please be patient with us whilst we get to know your faces when sending children home. We understand it takes a long time and often you can see your child, but we must follow procedures to ensure they go home with the right person.
2)No water bottles in school (other than home packed lunch).
3) If a bag is not needed, please leave them at home.
4) Please do not allow children to bring personal belongings in to school.
5) If you need to contact us, use the email at the top of the page or contact the school by phone.
We wish we could have met you all in person, however we must ensure we keep your children and ourselves safe. Hopefully it is for now and not forever so we can begin to relax restrictions but in the meantime we cannot thank you enough for your support and patience.
Miss Lee & Miss Dobinson
Thank you again for all your support and the fantastic work you've completed at home together. There have been some lovely photographs of work been emailed to us over the last few weeks.
We finished off our Stone Age topic and moved onto Carbon Footprint and Recycling topic work, as well as researching the National Health Service. In English, we also explored The Ickabog (J.K Rowling) further by looking at more chapters and used our reading VIPER skills, as well as writing about the setting, characters and plot.
In Maths we moved onto looking at shapes and angles.
Just a little update from me before I start my Maternity Leave on Friday and you start your summer break next week. I have written a letter to the children as a little 'farewell for now' with us not seeing each other recently.
I want to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to parents and carers for the amazing support you've given your children over the last few weeks and just say it's been a pleasure to teach your children this year. They have been a wonderful class to teach every day and I have every faith they will get off to a great start in Year 4 in September.
Please follow the attached document to read the letter for 3A.
Take care, stay safe and have a wonderful summer together,
Another fantastic couple of weeks in 3A. As you can see from the range of photographs, lots of different work has been completed and with great effort and enthusiasm.
A big congratulations to the class for your fantastic work towards the TT Rockstars Battle of the Bands - some very competitive scores recorded and another win in Year 3!
Please remember to keep checking Marvellous Me for reward badges. updates and your children's upcoming report, attached as a PDF. If you need your parent join code sent to you again or information or help regarding how to access Marvellous me, please contact the Year 3 email address email@example.com
This week some of you started looking at The Ickabog - J.K Rowling's new online book. To make a start, activities were set about Chapter One, using a variety of VIPERS skills.
Some of you also got creative by researching Stone Age paintings and art before making your own! They looked fantastic.
Hello everybody hope you are all safe and well!
Now that I can post updates again, here are some pictures of what you have all been up to over the last couple of weeks. I have thoroughly enjoyed looking at all of your work and have had some great examples sent in recently. It looks like you and your parents are enjoying Wacky Wednesday's and have been doing lots to help around the home.
There have been examples of:
- Outdoor walks & finding painted stones
- Garden picnics
- Garden races
- Magic Boxes
- Maths work
- Dinosaur islands
- Amazing poems
- Eurovision flag identifying
- Cave painting
And much more! Well done 3L!!
As always if you have any examples of what you have been up to over the last few weeks and have/have not yet featured on the website but would love to, please send them to the year 3 email address. Likewise, if you have any questions or would like help with anything please get in touch.
Stay safe everyone!
We have had some lovely emails showing the great work you have been doing. This week we started looking at The Stone Age, starting with The Stonehenge. Take a look at some children's comprehension work and imaginative models they have made!
Alongside this, lots of English work about Pandora's Box has continued, as well as fractions work in Maths. It also looks like some of you have been really enjoying Wacky Wednesday activities! Lots of skills that will definitely come in handy to learn - keep it up!
It has came to my attention that some website updates have not been successful and I can only apologise for this. Hopefully the issue is rectified and I continue to update without issues.
It was a great week for work this week leading up to the VE Day celebrations. I received some lovely contributions.
Emily took part in a lovely bike ride with her dog. Made a cloud in a jar and also created an alternative rainbow. Great job Emily!
Evie's alternative rainbow was given some thought and was created to show our class name 3L. Such a lovely thought and creative idea. She also spent time learning to tell the time. She used her own resources to make a clock and clearly spent a lot of time on this. She then used it to help her complete her work on time. Excellent work Evie!
Quinn spent some time researching the colours of the rainbow and how they are made. He then used this to create a Lego alternative rainbow. Great idea. He also created a front page for a book 'The School for Super Villains'. Well done Quinn.
Willow sent in lots of examples of activities she had completed from the suggested timetable. She had a very busy week, creating alternative rainbows, continuing her work into local heroes and drawing her favourite characters from books. Well done Willow, keep up the hard work.
James spent some time on the hunt for Mr Storey's stone. It had moved but he managed to find it and put it in a new location. He also completed the maths work on budgets for army supplies and managed to speak to his grandparents who shared with him their memories of VE Day at the end of WW2. They were 7 and 5 when the war finished. They could just about remember the parties and celebrations. They could also remember the rationing and his nana lived in North Shields so could remember the bomb shelter and that she could take her dolls in there. She could also remember the sirens which were scary.
How amazing that we still have relatives to share their experiences!
We hoped you enjoyed the Eurovision themed topic activities this week. We had some fantastic photographs sent in of you completing some interesting research looking at different countries. We also hope you found the White Rose maths resources and videos helpful. There was some tricky work completed about fractions - well done!
It was also fantastic to see some of you start the activities from our Wacky Wednesday activity sheet; using tools, changing bedding and washing clothes!