We hope you are all keeping well. Just to remind you that all the children's work will be set in teams. If you have any questions then you can message through your child's teams account or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. It is so lovely to see the children join the register in the morning and afternoon sessions. Take care
Yr3 team :)
Year 3 Remote Learning timetable
Hello Year 3 J
We may be off school for six weeks so it’s really important that you do something EVERY DAY. We cannot afford to lose another 6 weeks of school so it’s really important that you work at home.
The following timetable is a guide of our expectations. Please don’t feel that you must follow the timetable exactly (times) or that you must complete every piece of work, fully, every lesson. This timetable has been created for those of you that find it helpful to have structure in your day. We would like to see your completed pieces of work throughout the day, therefore have set up a year group Padlet for you. This will also help us keep track of your engagement with the remote learning.
9:00 log in to Teams so we can register you. We will send you an invite and you can join in our video call.
9:00- 9:15 mental maths (CGP 10 minute weekly workout book from your folder) –one page from you booklet.
9:15 – 10:15 Maths - task we will set you a maths assignment on Teams.
10:15- 10:30 Break - have a run around outside if you can. Make sure you have a drink and a snack.
10:30-11:00 Log back in- SPaG activity which we will share with you as an assignment on Teams or direct you to a page in your CGP Grammar, punctuation and spelling.
11:00 – 12:00 English – We will share this activity with you on teams.
12:00-1:00 – Lunch
1:00- 2:00 Afternoon registration weekly Wellbeing check in /or story.
Project work (This will be sent as a Teams assignment)
Every evening – reading on Myon. Please ask your adults to sign your yellow diaries as normal so you can show us you have been reading. You will be able to access Accelerated Reader to quiz once you have finished each book.
Rewards – we will be rewarding you hard work by giving you points on Teams. And you know what points mean…….
BORING BIT!!! Please think very carefully about how much time you are spending on your consoles. If you see it as a reward, it will be much easier! Reward yourself with a bit of time AFTER you have done the online learning. We can’t get this time back so we have to use it wisely!
We will phone to check you are ok.
We will miss you so much but look forward to seeing you soon.
Mrs Salt, Mrs Jay, Mrs Hoppins, Mrs Larson
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.
Welcome back, we hope you had a wonderful Christmas.
We're sad that we can't all be together at the moment, but we need this to keep us all safe. We have everything crossed that we wont be apart for too long.
We are busy preparing your home learning for the next few weeks, but in the meantime here is a little project to get you started. It is based around our English text, The Boy Who Grew Dragons by Andy Shepherd.
Mrs Salt, Mrs Jay, Mrs Hoppins and Mrs Larson
Please use the following links for home learning if your child is not attending school.
Complete work set on mymaths.co.uk. You can also use the links to TT Rockstars and Hit the Button.
Reading: Keep up your reading daily.
You can read books at your ZPD on myon.co.uk and quiz (only your ZPD though).
You can also read home books, Bug Club or any class or library books you have borrowed.
Spellings: Revise and learn your current spelling list. (See below) . Perhaps put these words into a colourful poster to help others when you return to school.
Teams: Some of our class work is set in Teams so you could complete that.
Let us know if you have any concerns
Year 3 Team
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 :-)