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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

 

 

We are very excited for the year ahead and are delighted with how well the children have come in to school and settled in to the new routines. The children have already produced some lovely work so please check the school website regularly so that you can share your child's learning with them.

 

 

Important Information:

PE

Children will have PE on Monday and Friday. To reduce items coming to and from school, please send your children in their PE kit on these days. PE kit consists of:

  • Black/ Blue jogging bottoms or shorts
  • White/ blue polo t-shirt
  • Pumps or trainers
  • Jumper/ cardigan

 

Please bring a spare pair of shoes/trainers into school on PE days as trainers may become muddy.

 

Doodle

 

As a school, we will be continuing to use Doodle to support your child’s learning. We will be setting ‘extras’ on Doodle English, Doodle Maths and Doodle spell weekly. By allowing your children to access Doodle at home, they will further embed their learning.
 

 

Reminder

 

Please remember that we are not able to talk to parents before or after school. This is to keep both staff and parents safe. If you would like to speak to us, please request an appointment over the phone and we will be happy to contact you.

 

Year 3 Doodlers of the Week!

Each week, we will be looking for the children who have earned the most stars on Doodle English and Doodle Maths in each class. They will be Year 3's Doodlers of the week. Can you be this weeks Doodler?

 

Week Beginning 14.09.20

Doodle Maths:

3C - Miriam 

3J- Jeremiah

 

Doodle English:

 

3C- Miriam

3J - Jeremiah

3 Times Tables

 

Have a go at using the BBC Super Movers video to learn your 3 times tables. Can you learn the dance and the song too?

Keeping Safe!

We have been discussing how to keep ourselves and our friends safe while in school. In 3J we compared 2 metres to animals to help us remember how far to stay away from adults. In 3C we thought about different ways to keep safe, like; washing hands for 20 seconds, keeping 2 metres away from adults and socially distancing from our friends. We have created posters to help us remember.

Stone Age Day

 

Check out some of the photos from our Stone Age day below. What was your favourite part of the day and what did you learn about the Stone Age?

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