Week beginning 22nd June
Week beginning 22nd June 2020
Dear Year 3,
We hope you and your families are all keeping well and safe.
Did you manage to look at the fantastic resources that we uploaded for you last week?
Very well done to Priya, Mohammed and Marcel in Picasso Class, Isobelle, Arush, Riya, Abbie, Alfie and Kiranjit in Monet Class and Bilal, Jack and Lilly in Fortnum Class. By Thursday last week, all of you had managed to complete some of the assigned maths games on Mangahigh and many of you earnt gold medals… AMAZING!
How many of Year 3 can earn a gold medal this week, we wonder?
Following our exciting news last week, we have been eagerly awaiting selected pieces of your home learning. It would be lovely to receive these via our phase email (email@example.com - remember to include your class and first name so that we know who the work belongs to!) or the post box outside the school gates. Mrs Harris, Mrs Kaleem and Miss French always look forward to reading your work and celebrating your efforts.
This week, in our home learning we will be taking a break from fractions in maths and working with money and there will be more maths games assigned to you to play on Mangahigh. In English, you can listen to a great story called ‘King of the Sky’ as well as read some interesting information about racing pigeons and animal poems. You will be revising direct speech and adverbs in grammar and writing a description about the view from a window in your home. Also, we can’t wait to see some of your continued work on our IPC ‘Islands’ topic.
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 develop important routines, as well as ensuring that you grow much smarter, of course! We are so proud of all of you and the hard work you have been doing during this time. Keep it up – Year 3 superstars!
Did any of you manage to watch the assembly on Oak Academy on Thursday 18th June, that was led by the Duchess of Cambridge and addressed mental well-being? (If not, it is available to access through the Oak Academy website - https://classroom.thenational.academy/assemblies/kindness/).
On that note, please stay safe, be kind to one another and don’t forget to talk to your parent(s)/carer(s) if anything is worrying you!
Sending our very best wishes to you all,
Mrs Kaleem, Mrs Harris, Miss French, Mrs Dowse, Mrs Bitmead, Mr Kyle and Mrs Siddiqui