Hello Year 3! We hope you are all keeping safe, enjoying the lovely weather we are having and managing to keep up with some of your school work at home. Liz and Gemma (the ladies who have been into our class a couple of times now) have sent us some origami activities to help grow … Read more An activity to help ‘Grow your mindset’
The 2020 Schools Music Festival, which we had just started practicing for, was meant to take place in June but has now been moved to October. Follow the links below to listen to the songs and keep practicing at home! Obviously, some of them you won’t have heard yet so just do your best 🙂 … Read more Message for Choir
Look at this amazing home learning from Martin & Lacey in 3H. Both have been completing their daily ten to help them learn their table facts and some fantastic writing from both linking to our new Topic on the Romans. Keep up the fantastic work! Feel free to comment on the pictures Year 3!
Your child’s home learning pack will be ready from Tuesday 24th March, to collect from the office. This is in addition to the blue ‘Home Learning’ book that was sent on Tuesday 17th March. If you have not already taken your PE kit home, please collect it when you come for your pack.
You will find the following information in your packs, with a clock that you can make to help you. In year 3 the children need to know the following with regards to time: To tell and write the time from an analogue clock, including using Roman numerals from I to XII, and 12-hour and 24-hour … Read more Telling The Time
In school, we will be using the body coach ‘Joe Wick’s’ You tube channel, to take part in a live workout each morning at 9am. Please allow your children to take part too and enable them to keep fit and active whilst not in school.
The Romans – Summer Term In the summer term we look at the Romans. It would be great if you could do some of the following activities with your child so they can learn about this important period of history. Look at mosaics – How they were made and who made them. – Create a … Read more Roman Home Learning