Year 3 have really impressed me this week, returning to school with such fantastic attitudes towards learning.
This week in Maths, we have revised all about the place value of 3 digit numbers, how to find fractions of an amount and how to convert between litres and millilitres. In English this week, Year 3 have began to learn about the best structure to use when writing a story and have described characters, settings and learnt how to effectively open a story.
In the afternoons this week, Year 3 and 4 have thoroughy enjoyed being in the computer rooms to work on their word processing skills and have shown great independence. We have also began to learn all about Hinduism and the different Hindu deities.
Please find below the subjects and topics that we will be learning about over the Summer 1 half-term.
English – Performance Poetry, Emotional Stories and Information Texts
Maths – Fractions, area and perimeter, place value, addition and subtraction, geometry
In the afternoon sessions:
History – Ancient Egypt
Geography – Land Use
Science – PlantsScientists and Inventors
PE – Athletics
Spanish- My Family
RE – Hinduism
Art – Famous Artists
PSHE – It’s My Body
We would welcome any resources you may have at home that you feel could enhance your child’s learning in any part of the curriculum that we are studying. This may be in the form of information books, guidebooks and leaflets collected on visits to places of interest that you have made with your family. Even better, if you feel that any experiences of your own are relevant to the curriculum, it would be wonderful if you could come and share them with the class.
Information for the academic year
Homework will be given out through Google Classroom every Friday and is due in on the following Friday. This will include their weekly spellings, a maths tasks and a reading comprehension. Children should be completing this work independently, however if there are any issues with this children are encouraged to see me before it is due. All children have received their SpellingShed log-ins and should be regularly using this to practise for their Friday tests.
Children are expected to read for 15 minutes daily and this is to be written into their reading records. Reading regularly can not only improve word recognition and fluency, but can also assist children in their writing during class.
P.E. will be on Friday this term. Children are to come to school in their PE kits ready for the full day. Please bear in mind the weather and ensure that your child wears an appropriate kit for the day.
All children should arrive at school on time for 08:30 everyday to ensure that they are able to enter school safely, wash their hands and begin on their morning work.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me using Class Dojo or through the school office.