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Miss Rogers is our class teacher in Year 3. We are really lucky to have support from Mrs Leah everyday too! We are also taught by Mrs Gawne-Sheridan on Fridays.

Important things to remember:

  • Please ensure your child has a labelled PE kit in school every day. PE is on a Wednesday and Thursday with our school PE coaches. The children have one indoor and outdoor lessson a week. 
  • Homework is handed out on a Friday and should be returned the following Wednesday. Please ensure their homework is presented to a high standard. If your child is having any problems with their homework, please ask me for help as soon as possible.
  • Spellings go out on a Friday and they are tested the following Friday.
  • It is really important that your child reads regularly - they should all read at least three times each week. Discussing the book with your child will develop reading comprehension skills too. 
  • Please help your child learn times tables. Hit the Button is a great game to help with this to improve our speed.  
  • Mrs Gawne-Sheridan will be guiding us through our Holy Communion work.
  • please make sure your child is in school everyday and on time to ensure they are not missing out on vital learning time. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please see me at the end of the school day.

Thank you for your ongoing support,

Miss Rogers

'Work hard, be kind and amazing things will happen'. 

Home Learning 

Adults please make sure the work your child completes you take a picture and upload it to their seesaw account so that I can see it and provide feedback. You must scan the HOME LEARNING SEESAW code to upload onto their account for me to be able to see it this is different to the parents seesaw code. Please place the piece of work into the relevant file e.g. English, science, maths etc. to make it easier for me to find your child’s work.

I understand this is a very uncertain time for many of you but if you do have any questions regarding anything please do not hesitate to contact me via seesaw on your child’s home learning account and I will respond as soon as possible. Thank you for your ongoing support.

Try Joe Wick's free PE lesson on his YouTube channel live everyday at 9am https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

Monday 30th March

Good morning year 3 I hope you are ready for your second week of home learning. I was so impressed with how hard you worked last week it made me a super proud teacher! I hope you had a lovely weekend with your families and you are all staying inside and are safe! Today you have PE, maths, English, reading, handwriting and grammar.

Maths

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English

Because I am missing you all so much for English this week, I would like you to write a diary entry about what you get up to each day. If you would like to upload a picture each day onto seesaw for me to read you can or you can save all of the days until the end of the week and upload them altogether. Remember I expect high standards and for you to include the success criteria

Success criteria

  • Capital letters and full stops
  • Paragraphs
  • Neat handwriting
  • Adjectives

Grammar

Please play the adjective detective game below.

https://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/learning-activities/languages/words/adjective-detective/

Handwriting

Please practice your spellings for the test on Friday. Remember to use cursive joined up handwriting. Remember to practice as much as you can so you can get your pen licence.

Reading

Read with your family for at least 5-10 minutes and talk about what you have read in the book.

 

PSHE 

As most of us are only are allowed to leave our homes for daily exercise and to go to the shop, lots of people in our community are making rainbows and sticking them up in their windows to create a giant community game of eye spy the rainbow. If you haven't made one already, I would like you make your own rainbow and stick it up in your window. This is a great way to show community solidarity and make people smile at this difficult time. You could draw, paint or collage your rainbows.

Each week has been given a different theme, so that we have something new to spy when we go for walks or bike riders for exercise. It would be great for you to join in each week.

Week Begining: 30th March = Sunshine  

                      6th April = Easter

                      13th April = Animals

                      20th April = Flowers

                      27th April = Smiley Faces                 

Welcome to Year 3

new class pic(2)

Seesaw Tutorial 

If your not sure how to upload to Seesaw, watch this video tutorial to see how.

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