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Class 3

Welcome to Class 3's Page

 

We will be sharing with you some of our learning and any information about up and coming events.

 

 

Spring 2 2019

Tales of the Countryside 

Parent's Leaflet

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Questions we hope to answer this half term:

~ What do we mean by ‘environment’?

~ How can we look after our environment?

~ How might we develop an environment without spoiling it?

~ What elements of plant growth can we investigate?

~ How can we encourage others to learn about and enjoy the countryside?

~ What is sustainability?

~ Who was Beatrix Potter?

~ What is the human impact of tourism?

 

 

General Information for Class 3 Parents

 

Homework

Your child will have one piece of homework set every week on a Thursday based upon class work. Details of this will be written in the homework diary and should be completed by the following Tuesday. This is alongside regular spelling and times tables practice. 

 

Spellings

Children will receive a list of spellings to learn ready for their next tracks session every Monday. Each child follows an individual spellings programme and part of the wordlist is formed from children’s individual work.

 

Reading

Children all have a ‘home reading book’ to enable them to practice reading skills, and develop fluency and expression. These books are monitored by staff every week for suitability. We expect children to read 5 times at home during the week. Please sign the reading record book and say how the session went and alert us to any difficulties experienced.

 

Times tables 

From time to time, children will be given times tables to practice. These need to be learned as (for example)

  • 5 x 2 = 10
  • 2 x 5 = 10
  • How many 2s make 10 (10 ÷ 2 = 5)
  • How many 5s make 10 (10 ÷ 5 = 2)

This year we are mainly working on our 3, 4 and 8 times table.

 

Signing the homework diary

Please sign the homework diary on a daily basis and note what homework (reading/spellings/set homework/times tables) has been undertaken by your child. Please sign the bottom right hand page each week. We award a Dojo point for completed diary pages and homework.  

 

PE and Forest School

This term PE will be on a Monday, please insure your PE kit is in school. Swimming will be every Wednesday.

 

 

 

 

 

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