Year 3 - Mrs Foster and Mrs Pollard
Wild about Wonka
Update to follow shortly
This half term will be very busy with lots of exciting things going on.
Dates to follow
Forest School will now take place each Thursday. Thank you for providing them with suitable outdoor clothing.
Here are some photos from last year's Year 3
In our gallery above we have:-
used an orange as a model for the globe - how can you make a solid object flat?
ordered facts about dinosaurs
made fossils from clay
built a nest from leaves - this was after we found out that Barn Owls pile up feathers, leaves and twigs
dressed up for "Wild at Wild Bank day"
visited St. Paul's to explore the Easter story
had a great afternoon tasting fruit and vegetables. Can you tell which children tried rhubarb for the first time? All the children enjoyed making different items - we had a mushroom teddy bear, a centipede made from celery and pineapple pieces, a carrot lighthouse and even blueberry hand weights!
Homework is sent home every Friday. There will be two pieces per week - English (or sometimes a piece of work connected to our topic) and Maths. There is also our weekly spelling test. Homework is to be returned to school on the following Wednesday.
A homework club will run on Thursday lunchtime for children who have not completed their homework, or for those pupils who need a little help.
We are encouraging the children to read on a daily basis, for 5 minutes or 5 pages, as it can really help children progress in their reading. If you could sign your child's reading diary, it would be very helpful - thank you.
PE is on Wednesday afternoon and Friday morning. PE kits should remain in school all week. Please can all pupils with long hair have their hair tied back.
Our Ambassadors for the last term have been :-
Well done to all of them for doing a good job and setting an excellent example
This term's Ambassadors have been:
Spellings to be posted shortly