Class 3A

Summer Term  - 2019

 

Hello everyone and welcome back! I hope you have all had a lovely half term break and done lots of exciting things with your time off school. The children will kick start the new term with two days of exciting art and design activities by making hats and banners ahead of the Tour De Yorkshire trip on Thursday 2nd April! In English, the children will build on their interpretations and skills of nonsense poetry by reading and writing poems. The children will enhance their ability to tell the time with analogue and digital clocks in our maths learning. The children will become biologists in science by learning all about animal nutrition and skeleton and bones about particular animals. A new topic in geography will be introduced by looking at different climate zones and providing the children opportunities to become weather reporters!

 

Your child will receive times tables and spellings practice sheets every Friday which need to be completed by the following Thursday. They are also expected to read at least 5 times a week which needs to be recorded in their reading records by an adult. This is also expected during school holidays too. They have PE on a Monday morning so are expected to bring their PE kits into school on a Monday and it will be sent home on a Friday. The children who complete all of these will gain a raffle ticket for the chance to win a prize as part of our whole school ‘In it to win it’ challenge. Come on 3A, we can do it!

 

Mr Hargreaves, Miss Parkin

      and Mrs Harmer

 

            

Please use the link below to see our Curriculum Map 

Topic overview medium term plan Summer 1 Y3.pdf

Need to practise your times tables? Click the link

https://www.mathschase.com/     and play the game.

 

 

We thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning, if you have any questions or concerns, we have an open door policy for you to speak with your child’s teacher or any other member of staff.

 

 

 

The children had lots of fun at Bentley Park and Bentley Pavilion for the start of the Tour De Yorkshire men’s race. The children took part in flag making prior to the event which they took with them to cheer on the riders on the day. The rain only helped to make the atmosphere a good one!