Welcome everyone to Year 3
Back to school at last.
Here is some useful information to get you started.
If there are any specific questions you have please ask at the office where they may be able to help or they will pass on your queries to me.
This half term our topic will be...
We will watch the old version of the movie - which is about as old as me and we will use this to inspire our English, our science and our history.
PE will be on Mondays and Thursdays
with Mr North.
For the time being we are asking children to come to school on those days dressed in their PE kits.
they will need to wear black shorts and a white T-shirt. In colder weather they can wear warm jogging bottoms and a sweatshirt too.
No ear-rings are to be worn on PE days unless the children can remove them independently.
Swimming will be on Fridays
should you wish to go.
Payments must be made in advance
via the school office
Homework for this half-term.
The activities in the General Homework set can be completed in any order. Once a task has been completed, children can hand their book in to be marked.
Children who complete all tasks in a half-term, will be awarded a certificate.
Children are encouraged to design and create a front cover for their homework book that reflects their personality.
Reading is the most important activity to do at home every night and I will encourage parents and children to make a note in their reading log once a week.
Spellings will be given out for children to learn at home. Please help them. Sign the sheet when you know your child has learned them and they will be awarded a sticker from the deputy head Ms Meager. (She will test them first!)
They will then get a new set to learn.
Children in Year 3 will be expected to know their 2, 5 and 10 times tables this term. We are also giving out Maths Homework. When your child has completed the activities set, please send it back in with a signature and we will give them the next piece. They will also get a sticker from Ms Meager for each completed piece.
Any help you give your child with work at home will really help their progress.
Again, ask me if you have any questions or worries.