Year 3 2020 -2021
Welcome to the Year 3 class page!
Whole Class Remote Learning
To ensure learning continues irrespective of lockdown and self-isolation, there is a whole class timetable for children to follow (see file list at the bottom of the class page). This will give instructions on what pages the children should complete in the workbooks. To support this, there will be a daily video uploaded to the class web page that provides instructions on the learning the children should complete. An archive of these videos is at the bottom of th webpage if you require them. Please send daily pictures of your child's learning to firstname.lastname@example.org and Mrs Smith will reply with feedback to the learning.
Resources for home learning:
Please see the documents and videos at the bottom of the webpage. There are lots of teaching slides for maths as well as a recording of the class story- sandwizards.
Daily prayer resources
Links for previous weeks remote learning videos and additional resources:
|Wb 11th Jan||Monday 11th||Tuesday 12th||Wednesday 13th||Thursday 14th||Friday 15th|
|Wb 18th Jan||Monday 18th||Tuesday 19th||Wednesday 20th||Thursday 21st||Friday 22nd|
|Wb 25th Jan||Tuesday 26th||Thursday 28th|
|wb 1st Feb||Monday 1st||Thursday 4th||Friday 5th|
|wb 8th Feb||Wednesday 10th||Thursday 11th||Friday 12th|
|wb 22nd Feb||Monday 22nd|
|wb 1st March|
|Additional videos||Sandwizards text||Pointillism||Music appreciation||Plants fact file||1960s Beatlemania!|
|Punctuating spe ech||1970s information||Holocast memorial day||Seed dispersal||Coding: guard the castle|
|Maths (2D shapes)||PE passport||Maths (bar charts)||Mental health 2||1970s information|
This week's extra videos
See pdf on Ash
wedneday for RE
RE- stone soup-
What to do if you are self isolating:
If your family has to self isolate or your child is off of school because they are waiting for test results but the rest of the class are still in school, home learning work is vital to keep your children learning and making progress. Please see the timetable at the bottom of this page for daily maths, literacy and topic learning. If the whole class has to isolate, additional work books and teaching videos will be provided here too.
This page will be updated throughout the year with key information as well as a celebration of the learning and achievements of your child's journey in Year 3.
Important things to remember:
- Your child needs to read at home every night and bring their book bag into school every day so an adult in school can hear them read.
- Your child needs a P.E. kit in school every day and can be taken home at the end of every half term. This must include pumps or velcro trainers for outside games.
- Your child needs a coat with a hood every day.
- School starts at 8:55am everyday and it is vital your child is in at this time. Children need to line up by the red door on the playground on the yellow dots near Year 3. I will come and collect the children from outside.
- Pick up is slightly different- children need to be collected at 3:25pm from the playground and I will bring the childen out as you arrive.
Meet the teacher:
At the start of the year, we hold a 'Meet the Teacher' session. It’s a little different this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. You can download the powerpoint together with my explanations of each slide in the downloads section from the start of term. The meeting is a great opportunity for you to find out what the expectations will be for this year and provide you with an overview of what will be covered in Year 3.
Curriculum plan for the year:
In the files section at the bottom of the page, you will find useful documents to help you understand what your child will be learning throughout their time in Year 3.
Share In Our Learning
This letter contains information about what your child will be learning this half term. It's full of top tips and exciting information. Another great place to find out what your child will be learning is the knowledge organisers which are also below. These have lots of handy information for children to refer to in lessons but they can also be used for extra revision at home.
PE- Mondays and Wednesday.
Homework- out on Thursday, in on Tuesdays
In Year 3 children go have PE on Monday and Wednesday.
PE kits need to be kept in school during the half term. PE Kits consist of plain blue or black shorts, plain white t-shirt and pumps or trainers. (Girls must have socks with them if they wear tights.)
If there is any further information that you might find useful please let me or Mrs Flanagan know.
Homework this week:
Spellings will be monitored on purple mash and can be practiced their too. I have set up 2dos on purple mash for your spellings. Have a go before Tuesday!
Update 10.12.20- as we have been out of school, these spellings will be tested on Tuesday 15th December. New spellings will be given for after the Christmas break then.
This week's speelings are words from the Statutory word list. This is a list of common words the National curriculum expects children to be able to spell LKS2. They are set for both Year 3 and 4.
Use times table rock stars and try and beat my score!
Use TTRS 4 times this week to do the sessions I have set for you.
As we have been out of school, I am asking for these pages to be completed by Tuesday 15th Decemeber. New pages will be set for the holiday.
Pages which should have been completed: 4, 5, 6, 10, 11,15, 21, 22, 23, 40
Pages which should have been completed: 3, 6, 7, 11, 13, 14, 16, 18. 19, 21
My Book Blog Login
Please read every day.
If you are trapped inside your home, reading will allow you to escape into whole new worlds!
Some other useful websites:
Files to Download
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