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In the links above you will find out all about the exciting learning that is yet to come this half term! Please have a browse.

 

Below you will find important information regarding your child's PE time slot and information on reading.

 

At the bottom of the page you will find the children's class blog- A weekly update of all the exciting things that happen within Year 3! Enjoy!

 

Reading Books

Every child in Year 3 will have a reading book and we encourage them to read with an adult at home. We will visit the library weekly and children will bring home their choice of a library book. Please ensure that their reading books and reading records are in school each and every day as we will be reading with each child throughout the week. Every time a child reads with an adult, they will receive a stamp on their reading chart, which will earn them certificates and book prizes.

 

P.E Days

Year 3 will have PE once a week, however, the day may change. Please ensure that your child has their P.E kit at school every day. Hair should be tied up and earrings MUST be removed on these days. Your child will not be able to join in with P.E if they have earrings in.

Class Blogs

Please read our weekly class blogs below.

Class Blog – 3L – Thursday 12th May 2022

 

RDH: “In English, we have been writing a diary entry about Charlie visiting and winning the chocolate factory.”

 

AH: “In Science, we have learnt about how the sun can be harmful and the things we can do or wear to protect our eye’s. We also designed sunglasses or a sun hat.”

 

DR:” In History, we looked at the time line of how the journey of the Titanic and how it sank. It was sad because so many people got left behind and were not rescued.”

 

JE:” In Maths, we have been looking at Unit fractions and fractions with the same denominator. We have been ordering them and comparing them.”

 

EU:” In Art, we have been collaging using different textures and patterns.”

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