Welcome to the Year Three class page! We have all settled in really well to our new classroom and are really pleased to have welcomed four new classmates to this year. Take a look at the information below to find out what we have been up to over the first few weeks of the Autumn term and to find out a little bit more about things we will be doing.
Here is an outline of our curriculum for 2018 – 2019: Year Three Curriculum Overview 2018-2019
Here is copy of the “Meet the Teacher” letter: Meet the Teacher 2018
Please find below some information about routines, homework and topics that we will be covering this term:
- Our history topics coming up are Commemorating the end of World War One and The Stone Age to the Iron Age.
- In R.E. we have been learning about Belonging and Baptism. Click on the link below to find out about what we have been up to.
- Our first class assembly was on 28th September. Again, you can take a look at some of this on our R.E. page.
- P.E. lessons will be on a Wednesday with Mrs Annis. Please make sure that you have a P.E. kit in school, including P.E. shoes / trainers.
- Swimming lessons for Year Three will begin on Friday 23rd November 2018. More details will be sent out about these closer to the time.
Please practise key words from the blue and purple word lists. Try to use some of the strategies that we have learnt in school to remember spelling of these words. A copy of these are included in your homework book, which you will bring home regularly.
Make sure you practise number bonds to 10 and 20, as well as times tables, for our weekly test (each Thursday)
Here are links to Education City and J2E websites (click on the logo), which can be accessed from home to support learning. Login information will be issued in homework books as the term progresses.
Building Learning Power
The children in Year Three will all been given a Building Learning Power target. Building Learning Power is split into the 6 “Rs”, which are:
Resilience (managing distractions, being focussed on learning, persevering);
Responsibility (talking or writing about what we have done well and what we need to do to improve);
Reflectiveness (planning what we are going to do and the best way to do it, remembering things we have learnt and applying these in our learning);
Resourcefulness (making links between things we have already learned, trying out new ways of doing things, using resources or equipment to help our learning);
Reciprocity (sharing ideas with others, listening to others, understanding feelings of others)
Readiness (organising ourselves so we are ready to learn, managing and controlling feelings
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