Teacher: Mr McCurdy
Home Learning - Summer Week 5
Here is the next set of home learning for week commencing 28th June. Previous home learning can be found below.
Hope you are all doing good? Lots of positive feedback about our learning last week all in one place. We have done the same again this week. Everything you need in one document. Find a reading of the text below.
Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day!
I will post a tutorial today using the calculation strategies for Fitness Fluency. A further one will follow this week demonstrating what a good letter looks like.
Would be fantastic to hear some of your letters on Teams this Friday!
As usual, if you have previously requested a printed pack, these will be available tomorrow afternoon.
Have a great week!
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Ready, Respectful, Safe
A very warm welcome to Year 3! In Year 3 we have an inspiring and motivating curriculum with themes covering a term or half term throughout the year. Curricular subjects are taught within the theme so that the curriculum is meaningful and relevant to the children.
This half term, our PE days are a Tuesday (Miss Walker) and a Thursday (Class Teacher). Please make sure your child has the correct kit in school. Children will require indoor and outdoor PE kit this half term, including suitable footwear.
For health and safety reasons children should not be wearing any jewellery to take part in PE or sport, particularly ear rings. These should be removed before coming to school on a PE day.
As well as the Year 3 and 4 spelling list, children will continue to follow the RWI spelling scheme. Please see the log book for the rule and words your child needs to practise.
We want to create children who have a lifelong love of reading, so reading and books have a really high profile in our class. The children are encouraged to read a range of books, and particularly those which they are interested in and motivated by. Your child is always welcome to bring in their own books to recommend to the class.
It is expected that children read four times per week at home, with reading records signed by an adult at home. If children make no attempt to do the homework, it is expected across school that they will stay in during their break time to complete it.
Our homework is sent out on a Friday and should be returned by Thursday. If children make no attempt to do the homework, it is expected across school that they will stay in during their break time to complete it. Each week children will receive a reading homework as well as a maths.
- Relfex Maths (Times Tables) http://www.reflexmath.com/go
- Times Tables Rockstars (Times Tables) https://ttrockstars.com/home
- ActiveLearn (General Maths) http://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/
Make sure you are learning all of your times tables at home so that you can earn your rewards! Children can practise their times tables skills at home on TT Rockstars. By the end of Year 4, children are expected to know all of their times tables and corresponding division facts for up to 12×12.