Class teacher: Miss Radley
Year 3 support staff: Mrs. Barton and Miss Eglinton
In 3B we ask everyone to try their hardest to do their best every day. We help and encourage each other, and understand that we are all unique. (Remember: the only thing that is the same about us is that we are all different!) We are polite and kind to each other within class, as well as those people we meet within the school community. Each day will be a mix of lessons which are exciting, engaging and encourage the children to take their learning forward and become more independent learners.
Things to remember (daily)
Filled water bottle
Autumn Term Curriculum Overview
When Do I Have P.E.?
Belgium Class have P.E. lessons on Tuesday morning and Wednesday afternoon. Please check the uniform policy for full information on acceptable P.E. wear, and that all items are clearly named. If your child wears earrings then these also need to be removed too. P.E. kits shall be sent home to be washed every Wednesday and MUST be back in school by Monday morning at the very latest. Thank you.
Year 3 will have Outdoor Learning lessons each week. Please remember to bring some different footwear (old trainers/wellingtons) and a long sleeved top and trousers that you don't mind getting muddy. The Outdoor Learning kit will need to be left in school until the end of the term.
Key Skills Lessons
Belgium Class have Key skills on Tuesday mornings. Key skills mornings consist of 3 lessons: Computing, P.E. and French.
Homework is set every Friday.
Each week for homework the children will be set:
The following links direct you to the learning platforms that are used for homework. Please see the back page of your child's Pupil Planner for their login details. If you are having trouble with any of the login details please let us know so we can try to resolve this.
We would ask that you listen to your child read aloud every day for at least 10 minutes, asking questions about what they have read (some examples are attached). Please would you then make a note in your child’s Pupil Planner that you have listened to them. As well as their school reading book, they should be encouraged to read for pleasure - anything and everything including comics, leaflets, signs when you are out, food packets, etc.
The wider the range of genre and author your child reads – fiction, non-fiction or poetry – the more their understanding of the written word grows. In addition, they then have a greater pool of vocabulary from which to draw when they write themselves.
We thank you for your help and support with your child’s reading.
Take a look at what 3B has been up to so far this year!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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