Rosen Class - Miss Foulds
Milne Class - Mrs Cobb, Mrs Muzzio (Cover)
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Mallett, Mrs Brown and Mrs Real-Lage
PE - Tuesdays & Thursdays
Homework - Homework will be handed out weekly on a
Friday and is expected back in on the following Wednesday.
Children will receive both Maths and Literacy each week.
Spellings - Spellings will be handed out with homework
Things to remember:
End of term - Thurs 29th @2pm
Please can you let your child practice doing up and
Children now receive both maths and literacy each week.
Please use the sheet to complete the reading comprehension questions.
Fractions. Children have been shown how to complete these grids.
Please ask if you are stuck!
Handwriting - To practice handwriting neatly by writing
Spellings this week are:
Our weekly update from Friday:
What have Year 3 been up to?
Year 3 have been practising hard learning a new version of 'This is Amazing Grace' for our part in the Easter Service at church. We have explored the different poles of a magnet and worked out that the Earth's magnetic South Pole is actually in the Northern Hemisphere - what we call the North Pole! This is why all magnets point North, as they are attracted to the magentic South Pole of the Earth. The children are very excited in their topic learning about magnets and forces at the moment which is an absolute joy to see.
This week we will be writing more of our own explanation texts for how some of the household appliances work in 'Until I Met Dudley'.
In maths this week we will move on it our learning to look at fractions. We will look to find fractions in both numbers and shapes.
Reading & 99 club
Remember to continue your reading at home, and keep practising those times tables for our weekly 99 club sessions! Don't forget about your reading and you will earn prizes!
For extra maths questions
Miss Foulds and Mrs Cobb will continue to fill this page with exciting class news, pictures of things we've done and more as the term continues.
The children have been practising their
handwriting in this way, starting as large
as possible to clearly practice the appropriate
joins between letters.
In the example 'dog' here, you can see that