Class Teacher: Miss L Atkinson
Support Staff: Mrs S Wood
World Book Day
The children had fun doing various activities related to the school book 'Here We Are' and in Year 3.Soliana produced a lovely poster to help remind us how to save the planet.
Our PE days are Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please ensure your child comes to school in their full P.E kit on these day. It is expected that all items are named.
Our class visits the library on a Monday so please make sure books are brought back to be changed.
The children will be given spellings to learn every Friday and will be tested on them the following Friday. Please support your child in learning their spellings through the week.
It is an expectation that the children read a book of their own choice or a book from school at least twice a week. Reading books are sent home on Mondays and are expected to be returned on Thursdays. This give 3 days quarantine time before the books are sent out to a different household.
A homework grid relating to the topic being covered will be sent home at the beginning of each half term. The children are expected to research and produce answers to at least 2 of the questions. They can answer the questions with as much creativity as they wish. They will be expected to share their work with the rest of the class.
Please follow the link to see an overview of what the children are learning:
Spring 1 (Jan - Feb) Spring 2 (Feb - Apr)
Homework Grid (Spr 1) Homework Grid (Spr 2)
Knowledge Organiser Knowledge Organiser
Summer 1 (Apr - May) Summer 2 (Jun - July)
Knowledge Organiser (Sum 1) Knowledge Organiser (Sum 2)
Homework Grid (Sum 1) Homework Grid (Sum 2)
National Virtual Library
Oak National Academy has launched a new virtual library in partnership with the National Literacy Trust.
The Virtual School Library hosts free reading and writing content from children’s authors such as Dame Jacqueline Wilson, Josh Lacey and Konnie Huq. There is a free-to-access book every week from the platform’s author of the week, alongside exclusive videos and the authors top three recommended reads.
To access the library click on the link below:
There are also several resources available from public libraries that could support reading for pleasure, click on the links below to find out more.
Librariesathome.co.uk, includes a tool to help individuals find their local library service.
LibrariesTV, which features activities like story times and craft sessions.
National Shelf Service - book recommendations from professional librarians.
Pupil Views November 2020
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