Return to school Monday 8th March
I know there have been many challenges over the past eight weeks with remote learning while balancing work commitments, but hopefully now this gives everyone some light at the end of the tunnel. Just a few reminders for Year 3's return.
Before coming back to school next week, children should get back into good routines by going to bed at an age-appropriate time and getting up in the mornings at their usual school time. Develop their independence and organisation skills by getting them to leave out clothes the night before and getting their school bag ready. Getting back into these routines early will mean the children will come to school much more settled and ready to learn.
They should also bring:
Thank you for all your continued support and I am sure you are equally excited about the children coming back to school. We are looking forward to seeing everyone on Monday 8th March and getting the happy Eastover buzz back into school, with the children learning in their classrooms alongside their friends.
Welcome to Year 3!
Mrs Larson and Mrs Hoppins are class teachers in Lions and are supported by Mrs Searle.
Mrs Jay and Mrs Salt are class teachers in Tigers and are supported by Mrs Csete.
In our Science we have been studying the topic, Rocks and Fossils. We had a visitor from the museum teaching us about different types of rocks and how fossils were made. We played rock bingo and made fossil rubbings.
We have been busy in Arts week carving our fairy tale pictures onto our brand new story telling benches and chair. We loved working with our resident artist to carve and paint our pictures using new tools. Even the Mayor came to visit us! We had an amazing week.
Mrs Hoppins :-)