Year 3 M/B

 

year 3

 

Class Teachers:  Mrs A. Brown and Miss Brindley

Teaching Assistant: Mrs A.Shaw

 

Children arrive at 8.45am to complete their morning activity.  Parents are welcome to assist with this.

 

P.E days are Mondays and Fridays. Our topics for the Summer term are cricket and rounders.    PE will take place outdoors, weather permitting.  Appropriate P.E kit, including pumps or trainers for outdoor sessions, should be worn. 

Homework Spellings patterns are learned in school.  The spellings change approximately every half term.   Continue to practice Year 3/4 spellings.

Times tables are worked on in school. Continue to learn your times tables at home so you can achieve bronze, silver, or even a gold 'I know my tables' badge! Have you met our end of Year 3 target by learning your 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 8x and 10x tables yet?

Other homework is given out on Friday each week to be handed in by Wednesday the following week.  Children who do not hand in their homework will attend Homework Club at lunchtime.

Reading Scheme: Reading scheme books are changed weekly if they have been read .  This will usually be either Friday or the following Monday.

A range of reading books are available in the classroom for children to exchange regularly. 

 
Summer 1 & 2

TO BE OR NOT TO BE – Shakespeare

  

As we are fortunate enough to be involved with the Shakespeare project, our focus for this term will be Shakespeare.  This will include studying Shakespeare himself and writing a biography, along with looking at his plays.  During art sessions, we will create our own masquerade masks. Our main focus for the project will be 'Romeo and Juliet'. We will take part in a performance on Monday 19th June. In science lessons, we will be looking at Light and Shadows and will continue to study Hinduism during  RE.

DEAD OR ALIVE – Summer 2 topic will include studying the parts of a plant and investigating what plants need to grow.

 

Important dates:

Monday 19th June : Shakespeare Festival – Romeo and Juliet performance

 

 

 

 

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