Welcome to Class 3
Hello, we are Year 3 and we are taught by Mr Barrett. Sometimes we are taught by Mrs Wilkinson. We are supported by Miss Readman.
We are enjoying practising our reading skills every day. We are doing this by continuing to practise our phonics. This is helping us to become super readers and writers.
We are busy learning our times tables and practising our number facts. We use Times Tables Rockstars to help us with this.
Mr Barrett loves history, so we are looking forward to learning all about The Stone Age.
You can keep up to date with what we are doing everyday by checking our Twitter and Facebook pages.
Currently, we are currently focusing on a recovery curriculum to help support our learning after the national Covid lockdown. We are doing more PHSCE jobs than usual, this is to help us to boost our resilience and to socialise with our friends in the correct manner.
Children benefit from daily LEXIA interventions to promote rapid progress in both reading and spelling.
Weekly maths interventions are also in place to accelerate progress in maths.
Homework this half term:
You can support your child at home by reading with them at least 3 times a week. Please make sure you sign their diary every time they read to help us celebrate their achievements.
Your child will be getting spellings home to practise. These may be words we have been practising in class, or they may be spellings from the statutory spelling list for Year 3 from the National Curriculum. Your child will not have a spelling test every week, but they will be expected to show that they can use their spellings within their writing throughout the week.
Please help your child to learn the multiplication facts for the 3, 4 and 8 multiplication tables. It is expected that by the end of Year 3 your child should be able to recall the facts for the 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10 multiplication tables fluently.
Homework will be sent out on a Friday and needs to be completed and returned to school on a Tuesday.
Please visit the following websites to support your child with their homework.