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Year 3 - South America

Welcome to South America class. 

 

 

Mrs Chambers

Year 3

 

    Class notice board.

Key dates:

  • 8th January – School reopens.

  • 15th – 19th January – assessment week.

  • 24th January – NSPCC parental workshop.

  • 13th February – Shrove Tuesday Pancake race.

  • 16th February – last day of school.

  • 19th – 23rd February – February half term – school closed.

  • 26th February – INSET day.

  • 27th February – School reopens.

  • 1st March – World Book Day.

  • 6th March – Parents Evening.

  • 12th -16th March – Science week.

  • 23rd March – Sports relief.

  • 29th March – Easter activities & last day of term

 

Important information:

  • Spellings go out on a Monday and are tested on a Friday. If ever spellings get mislaid, there is a copy of the spelling booklet for year 3 where you will find all spellings for this academic year. 
  • Children must come to school everyday equipped with their reading book (from our library with appropriate book band) and reading diary. We endeavor to check these daily but will be checked a minimum of every other day. It is crucial to your child's development and learning that they read 4 times a week, this is our target and we have some incentives to keep us going!
  • Our PE days are Tuesday and Friday, please ensure your child brings their PE kits every day in case of last minute changes. 
  • The school office is going "cashless" and will therefore only be accepting payments via "Parentpay". For more information please visit the "Parentpay" page of our website or contact the school office.
  • Homework grids went out at the beginning of term, this includes 9 tasks based on our topic and involve a range of activities. We love to celebrate homework and we will now complete homework celebrations on Monday's. 
  • For any other information or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to come and speak to Mrs Chambers.

 

News letters.

Each half term we will send out a class newsletter with lots of information regarding our learning, exciting dates and things to remember. A copy will also be available to download below.

Star of the week 

Our star of the week this week is:

 Ellie!

Well done!

 

Achievement certificates.

15/09- Ebony was our star of the week this week for aspiration. Well done! 

22/09- Jayden B was our star of the week this week for perseverance. Great work! 

29/9

6/10

13/10

20/10- Hunter was our star of the week this week for perseverance. Well done!

3/11 Emily was our star of the week this week for perseverance. Super work!

10/11- Callum was our star of the week this week for enjoyment. Great work!

12/01- This week was a whole class certificate for creativity. This children created some great algorithms during our computing work. 

                                    19/01- Billy for responsibility. Well done Billy!        

                                           2/2- Kiah for confidence. Great work Kiah

9/2- Ashton for creativity. You have completed some fantastic writing this week, well done!

16/2- Maisey for confidence. Well done Maisey! 

 

 

 

 

                                   

 

 

Year 3 Spring 2 Newsletter

 Big question 

Spring 2

Would you survive without a skeleton and muscles? 

This half term we are learning all about the body. We will be looking at the nutrients that both animals and humans need. We will also focus on the skeleton and muscles and why these are important. To help the children learn new information we will be looking at information texts and using the internet to research. 

 

Spring 1

Would you survive the Stone Age?

This half term we are learning all about the Stone Age. We are exploring a range of different books relating to our topic included non- fiction.

W/B 8th January- The children have been using the internet this week to research what the Stone Age is and they have found some fantastic facts! 

 

 

Autumn term.

"Would you go and work in the mines?" 

 

Mining 

http://www.bilsthorpemuseum.co.uk

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/victorian_britain/children_in_coal_mines

What are Year 3 getting up to in school?

Spring term

26th February 2018This week we have been focusing on instruction writing. We have been reading the story 'How to wash a woolly mammoth,' which we then changed into instructions making sure we included a title, subheadings and imperative verbs. 

 

WB 15th January 2018- This week is assessment week and the children are showing real perseverance. Well done year 3! 

During our PE lessions we are learning about Irish dancing! Our first lesson was on Tuesday and the children really enjoyed it.

 

 

WB 8th January 2018- We have had a very busy first week back! In our English work this week we have been focusing on the story Ug. We have been learning all about speech and inverted commas in writing. The children have created some fantastic pieces of work this week, pictures to follow.

 

 

Autumn term

Our fantastic Christingle service - 13.12.2017

A massive thank you to everyone who helped to organise our Christingle service. An extra special thank you to the scouts for donating the Christingles themselves, they were beautiful! 

The children again did us all proud and did a fantastic job of singing and thank you to everyone who came to make this a special evening for them. 

 

 

Planting poppies - 10.11.2017

Today, was a very special day at Bilsthorpe Flying High Academy. The children all made poppies and wrote lovely messages on them, we then went out and completed a 2 minutes silence. All of the children made me incredibly proud and were respectful when stood there. The poppies look amazing and the children did us all proud. 

Useful links to help you at home

 

Phonics

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

 

Maths 

Link to Mathletics- Children have their own login for this website, It should be in their home- school diaries, http://uk.mathletics.com/home?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIxfjbrvix1wIV4bvtCh3JEgf5EAAYASAAEgIdhfD_BwE

Look back with pride and forward with confidence
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