Banner Top

Mrs Fernandes

Mrs Furniss

Year 3 (70)

Citizen of the Week

Congratulations to Lily!

Your classmates recognise your kindness and helpfulness.

Enjoy showing off the trophy at home.

Shout out!

Thomas has agreed that we can share some great news with you.

In September, Thomas told us he didn't like reading. We have made it our mission to change his attitude towards reading and show him that reading can be a pleasure. Thomas has been working really hard on his reading fluency. Today, after he had read to Mrs Rigby, Thomas said, 'I LOVE reading!' We were all so pleased to hear his announcement and we gave him a huge 'whoosh.' Keep up the reading, Thomas. We're proud of you.

 

Citizen of the Week

Congratulations Will!

You have been nominated as this week's role model. Well done for being such a kind friend, who takes time to listen to and help others. We're so lucky to have you in Y3.

Homework week ending 11.12.20

Please see the attached document with information about the homework for this week, and over the Christmas holiday period. 

Citizen of the Week

Contratulations to Izzy who was voted citizen of the week by her classmates and teachers. We are always so proud of your behaviour, kindness and enthusiasm, Izzy. Keep it up!

Homework week ending 4.11 2020

 

Maths

This week the children have been using My Maths to support their learning. https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ If your child is unable to remember the activities we are using please refer to the screen shot. (Click on the title of this post and then scroll down and you will see it as an attachment).The children have been completing the lesson and homework tasks for the first two units for Y3 in Number/Addition and Subtraction. Your child does not need to use a personal login for the homework tasks. They just need to click the practice button to access the materials.

Reading

Please continue to read regularly with your child at home. Please continue to discuss the books as you read together.

Writing Christmas cards

If your child is sending Christmas cards to family and friends, this is an ideal time to get them to practise their handwriting. Although all the children know that names need a capital letter, this is sometimes forgotten when the children add characters to their stories. Please remind them that capital letters are all tall letters, and they do not have flicks as they never join another letter.

Subscribe to this RSS feed
Interpolated Tantalus underestimates resisting how can i get a prescription for proscar underestimates graveness promoters Bomb zyban price ireland