** Welcome to Year 3 **
Please find below a collection of activities and links to support your child's learning at home. We have suggested a variety of different learning activities for the week that follow much of our learning from school. Choose and complete as many as you can during the week or you can create your own.
Feel free to share what you have been up to on Dojo. We would love to see what you are learning about at home!
Miss Gravell and Mrs Furlong
Below are some websites that you might find useful
The Year 3 team
Miss Gravell (Class teacher - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday)
Mrs Furlong (Class Teacher – Monday - Tuesday)
Mrs Howard (Class TA and ICT Teacher)
Mrs Fonseka (Class TA)
Mrs Orme (P.E. Teacher)
Children will bring home a homework book home on a Friday. The Maths piece will be based around the maths work they have been taught during the week or recapping a skill. This should be returned to school by the following Wednesday.
Spellings for homework will consist of different spelling patterns and some words from Year 3’s word list. These will change weekly but some may be recapped throughout the year. Children will need to practise their spellings daily, copying each spelling into the grid using the look, cover, write and check method. The test will take place on Friday mornings.
Children are expected to read at least 3 times a week. Each time either they or the person they read to should write in their home/school diaries. Reading books will be changed twice a week (on a Monday and a Friday)
P.E. is on Wednesdays and Thursdays. All children in Year 3 need to have full indoor and outdoor PE kits in school at all times. Kits may be needed at other times during the week. To avoid items going missing clearly label your child’s P.E. kit.
We encourage children to bring in a water bottle every day (water only please) from which they can drink during the day. Bottles should be clearly marked with your child's name. Water bottles can be purchased from the school office for £1.50, or you can provide one from home.
Snack remains at 20p for a slice or toast or a bag of fruit. Snack money and purses are kept in the children bags inside our class cloakroom to keep it safe during the day.
Miss Gravell & Mrs Furlong