Year 3 2019 - 2020
WELCOME TO YEAR 3
A big hello from everyone in Year 3! My name is Miss Howarth and I am teaching Year 3 this year.
There are 19 wonderful children in our class who are an absolute pleasure to teach.
In Year 3 our topics for the year are:
Autumn 1: Rock and Roll
Autumn 2: The Iron Man
Spring 1 and 2: Veni, Vidi, Vici
Summer 1: Mr McGregor’s Garden
Summer 2: The Lakes
Timestables :The children practise their timestables daily using Timestables Rockstar's. Plus we use other online resources like: Purple Mash, Topmarks and Expresso to learn maths in other fun ways. I would really appreciate if you could encourage your child to log on to Timestables Rockstar's for 5 minutes each day as this will really help with all areas of learning in maths. We have a timetable champion competition in class, which the children are really engaged with and are trying hard to improve their scores each week.
Homework: Spellings are sent home each Wednesday to be completed for the following Monday. As well as this, the children will also receive a times table challenge, grammar and maths work. A Learning Log piece of homework may be set at the beginning of a half term which consists of a number of different tasks from accross the curriculum which the children are leanring about in class. All tasks are expected to be completed to a high standard and handed in on time.
Reading books: Can be changed daily, so please listen to your child read regularly as this helps develop their fluency, comprehension skills as well as reading for pleasure. Reading books are expected to be sent in to school signed by an adult at least once a week on a Wednesday.
Please can you ensure your child has a full, labelled P.E. kit in school each Wednesday and that earings are removed.
Any queries please feel free to contact me, this can either be after school or if it is something which requires a more detailed conversation, please contact the office to arrange an appointment.
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