Times Table Rockstars – Let’s be the best we can be Year 3!
Don’t forget to check on all of the amazing stuff each class gets up to on our class Dojo. How many Dojo’s can you collect?
Don’t forget how amazing mathletics is with helping with our maths!
Finally, don’t forget oxford owls for the amazing online books for free! Create a free login!
Keep up the amazing work everyone!
Such exciting events happening this term!
Please all come into school in fancy dress! BUT you must be a character from a book!
Be as creative as you can!
Not to forget our trip!
Date: Friday 2nd March
Venue: Brockhill Park
Don’t forget to check class dojo for updates on class specific information.
Many thanks for your ongoing support.
Miss Sisk and Mrs Hall
We have some exciting new things to introduce this term!
We have started a new reward system at school called Class Dojo!
The best thing about this is you can view how you are getting on at home!
Use the login that will be sent home and look as a family, edit your dojo and have lots of fun!
We have also introduced a new app to help us learn our times tables.
This is an amazing app that helps children with their times tables. The best part is earning coins to change your own rockstar and compete as a class or beat your best time!
I will set specific times tables and will monitor your improvement from school, we will also be doing our own assessments at school using this system. It is fun!
To access the ones we set, go onto GARAGE or ARENA area!
Who will be the most improved times table rockstar and have their picture up in the hall AND wear the rockstar dress up in school?
Finally, I will see you on Friday at the school Christmas fair!
Many thanks for your ongoing support,
Miss Sisk and Mrs Hall.
We hope you are having a lovely half term!
Just a quick reminder that homework is due on Wednesday 3rd November.
Also all of year 3 has been allocated mathletics homework and we are encouraging everyone to use the new mathletics layout.
We are excited for our new topics titled ‘Chocolate’ this term! Expect many chocolaty facts and exciting lessons.
See you all on Monday,
The Year 3 Team.
Beech and Rowan team
We have had an amazing week! Our behaviour and attitude to learning is SO much better! Well done year 3!
This week your homework is about different types of sentences. Please hand in by next Wednesday!
Monday is PE so must have your kit,
If you are taking your earrings out for PE please provide a little pot to keep them safe in.
Please enjoy your reading at home and talk lots about your books.
Mathletics passwords are in your reading records. 🙂
Our favourite bit of learning this week –
“I really enjoyed comparing numbers with the crocodile’s.”
“I really enjoyed writing our story out in best on the computers.”
“I liked everything, I can’t just choose one.”
“I liked writing my story in my English book.”
“I liked doing science. The work on the body is fantastic.”
“I love art, especially the sketching.”
“I like when we do hand ball on Thursday with the people from The Marsh Academy.”
“The Gorilla story was amazing.”
“I loved seeing everyone in Year 3 engaged and enjoying their maths on Friday with our Graffiti maths!” said Miss Sisk.
Please find attached the curriculum overview for this year. If any of you have a particular talent that you would like to share with us that relate to any of our topic, please don’t hesitate to contact your class teacher.
Harvest Festival –
Wednesday 4th October. 9.30am
Our celebration will take place at St. Nicholas church. We would love to see you there and if anyone would like to help us walking over, please let your class teacher know.
All donations gratefully received. Please no perishables.
Thank you for your continued support,
Year Three Teachers
We can’t believe that we already into Week Four of Term 1!
Well done to the children for their positive attitude to learning and stepping up to junior expectations!
Home Learning will be given out on a Friday and is due in on the following Wednesday.
PE is every Monday PM. Please make sure all kit is named and in school. Due to the government’s new policy, earrings have to be removed for PE and adults at school can not assist with taking them out.
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