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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

 

 

Mr Henry and Miss D. Cohen - Year 3 Teachers

Ms G. Smart - Year 3 Teaching Assistant

Miss V. Barnes - Special Support Assistant

Mrs D. Patel - Special Support Assistant

Mrs S. Ellison - Special Support Assistant

 

Welcome to Year 3, we are committed to helping the children in our class enjoy 

their learning as much as they can. We have lots of activities planned for the year that will 

help the children learn new skills and strengthen the ones they already have.

 

We have high expectations of the children, aiming high and never giving up is an important attitude

for them to have.

 

If you would like to contact us please use this email address:

year3homelearning@st-margarets.bury.sch.uk

 

 

 

 

Home Learning Timetable of Tasks:

Monday - Maths, English and RE

Tuesday - Maths, English and PSHE

Wednesday - Maths, English and Geography or History

Thursday - Maths, English and Science

Friday - Maths, English and Guided Reading

Also, there are coding and touch typing activities in the ICT folder in the Home Learning file. 

Please note that these topic activities may change if there are no activities that are suitable for home learning.

Return to school drop off and collection times

Break times and lunchtimes

 

Breaks: 10:15 to 10:30 & 2:15 to 2:30

Lunch: 12:00 to 12:30 (outside), 12:30 to 1:00 (eating inside)

Spellings

 

 

Homework for w/c 22.3.21

 

Homework for w/c 15.3.21

We will be looking at fractions of amounts next week. I have included some strips that your child/children can cut out to help with this work if they want to. I will be giving the children copies of this in school so please don't worry of you don't have access to a printer

(or have run out of ink like we have in my house 🙄).

Year 3's News

2.2.21

Well, today has started off in quite a snowy way hasn't it? Hopefully by the time you can get outside that it hasn't rained and the snow is still there.

I put a message on GC last week to tell you about a DT day that I thought would be a good thing for you all to do. You are going to plan, and build a chair for a teddy. The chair can be any design you like, but it has to be able to support the weight of your teddy. Also, you need to think about the sort of thing your teddy likes because you need to use these ideas so that you can decorate your chair.

You can use whatever materials you like, but try to make sure whatever you chose materials that you are able to cut.

You will need to think about how you are going to attach the various pieces together. Sellotape is faster, but if you won't be able to paint over it (if you want to paint it), if you use PVA glue it will fake a bit longer to dry/stick.

Lets get our thinking/designing caps on 🧐 

Take care & keep safe,

Mr Henry. 

If you need me please contact me on:

year3homelearning@st-margarets.bury.sch.uk

 

 

 

Year 3 objectives in Reading, Writing, Maths and Science

Reading Books:

At the moment reading books will be collected, and changed, on a Thursday. Please ensure that your child brings their book in and that their reading record has been signed.  

 

P.E.

P.E. will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please ensure that your child has their P.E. kit in school for these days. Pumps are the best footwear for PE, especially if your child cannot tie their own laces.

If your child doesn't want to wear shorts black tracksuit bottoms are acceptable.

 

Homework & spellings

Spellings will be sent home on a Tuesday. At the moment our spelling test will be on the following Tuesday afternoon, but please be aware that this may change. We will let you now if it does.

Homework will also be sent home on a Thursday afternoon and will be expected back in to class on the following Monday.

Please note that printable copies of the homework and a spelling list will be available on the class website.

Every Reader In Class :

We have asked your children to bring an E.R.I.C (Every Reader In Class) book in so that they can read when we have a moment or two to spare. We have explained that these can be books, magazines, comics, football/theatre programmes etc. any reading material at all really!

Please don't send in electronic reading devices.

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