Welcome to Year 3
There are 2 classes in year 3: 3AV and 3NP. Meet the team
Year 3 will have PE on a Wednesday. Please make sure that your child comes to school every Wednesday in: White polo shirt – NO T- shirts with pictures
Black / grey tracksuit bottoms – NO Stripes or large logos
Red shorts – under their tracksuit or in a bag
BLACK trainers – NO white sole, branding, coloured marks. They are to wear their school red jumper / cardigan on top.
Home Learning: All homework will continue to be set on Class Dojo Stories. This will be for spelling and Rapid Recall in addition to daily reading. Research has shown that this is the most beneficial kind of homework.
Reading: Every child is expected to read each night. Please try to hear your child read, sign their reading record (or encourage them to) and make sure that they bring their reading book and reading record into school each day so that the staff can hear them reading their books.
Spellings: Children will receive a set of spellings to be learned each week – you must help your child learn them.
Rapid Recall: Children will be given an online activity to reinforce their learning of Mathematical key knowledge. An example of the question types in the quiz will also be given. Children should practice a little a few times a week and they will be tested in school to see how well they are doing, weekly.
Times Table Rock Stars: As times tables are such a huge part of the curriculum, these must be practised daily. If you have misplaced your login then please ask your class teacher for a replacement.
Please clearly name all of your child’s belongings (coats, bags, pack lunches etc.) so that if lost we can help them find them.
If you do have any concerns please do not hesitate to contact your class teacher, a member of the team or send me a dojo
Year 3 Learning
Science - Plants Knowledge Organiser
Science - Plants Vocabulary Organiser
Geography - Volcanoes and Earthquakes Knowledge Organiser
Geography - Volcanoes and Earthquakes Vocabulary Organiser
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