Week beginning 13th July
Dear Year 3,
We hope you and your families are all keeping well and safe.
We hope you managed to have a look at some of the fabulous resources that we uploaded for you last week!
Thank you so much to those pupils who have sent in amazing pieces of home learning so far. Mrs Harris, Mrs Kaleem and Miss French are really looking forward to seeing home learning from even more children. You only have one more week to impress us before the summer holiday and it would be great to see it on the Town Farm website’s weekly celebration video!
Send your best piece of home learning this week to our phase email (email@example.com). Remember to include your class and first name in the subject line of the email so that we know who the fantastic work belongs to! Alternatively, you can pop your home learning into the bright red post box outside the school gates.
This week in our home learning, we will be revising lots of topics in maths – fractions, shape, scales and measurement. As we have come to the end of our ‘Islands’ IPC topic, we have set you some fun challenges. Finally, in English, you have a text called ‘Queen of the Birds’ and you will be making predictions and giving your opinions. Can you use evidence from the text to justify your response?
Remember, it is important that you do some, if not all of your home learning every day. This will keep your mind active and help you keep to important routines. Try and get some exercise each day too if you can; perhaps you could go for a walk, cycle or ride a scooter, go on a treasure/scavenger hunt or even grow some plants from seeds! How many Year 3 ‘green-fingered’ gardeners do we have?
We are so proud of you all and of all the hard work you have been doing during this time. Keep it up Year 3 superstars!
Lastly, remember to stay safe, be kind to one another and don’t forget to talk to your parent(s)/carer(s) if anything is worrying you, or you can send a message to our phase email and your teacher will be able to respond to you.
Sending our very best wishes to you all,
Mrs Kaleem, Mrs Harris, Miss French, Mrs Dowse, Mrs Bitmead, Mr Kyle and Mrs Siddiqui
These online lessons will help you this week:
Using Formal and Informal Language