Knowledge organisers for the summer term
Summer term information for parents
Summer term spelling lists
Knowledge organisers (spring term)
Spring term RSHE letter to parents
Spellings for the spring term
Making Christingles for the Children's Society 2022
We used our class timeline and toilet roll to develop our concept of chronology. Each sheet of toilet roll was worth 100 years. We then used our space helmets to travel back in time to these places and spoke about what we could see, hear and smell...
In RE today, we looked at pictures of the next section of 'The Big Frieze'. We thought about what we could see and what clues this gave us. We then found the story of the Fall in our brand new bibles (thank you Reverend Gary!). We had so much fun exploring them and learning how to find specific books, chapters and verses!
Year 4 rolling their times tables!
Spelling lists for autumn term 2
We wrote and performed a poem about recycling inspired by Shel Silverstein’s ‘Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout’. (Part 1)
Class 3 2021-22
Care information about stick insects
RSHE autumn term letter
Knowledge organisers autumn term
Autumn term 1 spelling lists
Autumn letter - routines and expectations
RE: How do people try to make the world a better place?
Spellings for this term
Half-term homework menu - Roman themed
Some fun ways to practise your spellings...
I AM A ROMAN SOLDIER - part 1
I AM A ROMAN SOLDIER -part 2
NEW TOPIC: Ancient Romans
Spelling lists for this half-term
KNOWLEDGE ORGANISERS FOR SUMMER TERM 1
Homework menu for the next three weeks. Bring at least one piece of homework and your homework book in every Thursday
Spelling lists for this term
Knowledge organisers for this term
Friday 8th January
Please log into Google Classroom to find the home learning for today. If you are still having trouble accessing the classroom, email me at [email protected]
HOME LEARNING THURSDAY 7TH JANUARY. Google meet at 10am - please can parents join too if they are available. Thanks!
Please join the Google Classroom Meet at 10am on Thursday 7th January. These are some instructions on how to join.
HOME LEARNING WEDNESDAY 6TH JANUARY - read the 'home learning' document to find out what you need to do today
Brain break/rainy day ideas - this is a list of things that you can do by yourself
Please read! This is the work that you must complete today!
In the event of teacher absence due to COVID 19
Spelling lists for this half term
Virtual Christingle service 14.12.20
Pyjama Day for Children in Need!
Reminder about routines
'Hello' from your new teacher!
Summer Homework Packs
Hi year 4,
So for this week I have put on the maths for the week and I would like you to complete the English BBC Bitesize daily lesson. If you struggle with anything then do some revision using the Year 3 daily lessons on BBC Bitesize.
Have a good week and I will see you soon.
Love Mrs M
Year 3 and 4 common exception words
More addition..... playing pontoon!
Esme's nonsense and villainous poems
Toby's nonsense poem
Neve's nonsense poem
Fleur's poem about Little Miss Claire
Jack learning his times tables
Toby with his 'Tobyown' chocolate
Little Miss Bee written by Neve
Little Miss Bee sat on a tree eating her beans and toast,
Along came a frog,
Who jumped on a log,
And looked forward to his roast.
Little Miss Bee had finished her tea,
And the frog had finished to,
So they walked off together,
And then found a feather,
And then the frog went, “atchoo!”
Click on the link to read Izzy's cocoa bean powerpoint
Jack’s poster about the Cacoa bean
Esme's poster about the Cacoa bean
Open the link to read Amelia's Powerpoint
Toby's fantastic poster about the Cacoa Bean
Jack's delicious cookies
Jacob's bacteria experiment, can't wait to see the results!
Jack is keen to start the topic on chocolate!
Edith's Amazing Aquarium
Ava's animal poem using metaphors and similies
Winston Churchill presentation by Izzy F-R
Isabella's VE Day invitation
Esme's painting of a hummingbird
Molly and Anna working hard on their bunting
Amelia's poster for a VE Day party
Olivia's starfish leaflet
Izzy's powerpoint all about dolphins
The Great Mantra Ray by Jacob
Coco's powerpoint dolphin powerpoint presentation
Anna and Molly having an online lesson with their cousins
Amelia's been very busy at home, learning lots of new things.
Coco's (with help from Georgie) poster from Class 3s 'Under the sea' topic
Isabella keeping busy and having fun at home.
Esme's Easter Bunny Project
Mad scientist at work
Important internet safety update 28/05/20
Important internet safety pack with activities for KS2
Book review template
Working from home (Coronavirus)
Welcome to Class 3
Mrs Mitchell is our Class 3 teacher, Mrs Powell and Mrs Prior are our teaching assistants. We look forward to working with the children and their parents throughout the school year.
Class 3 is shared by children in Years 3 and 4.
In Class 3 the children cover lots of different topics from Ancient Greece to The Rainforest. They are all extremely fascinating and exciting. Also, it gives the children the opportunity to explore, question and discover.
Class 3 Routines
- Homework – is given out every Friday and needs to be handed in by the following Thursday.
- PE – we have two PE lessons every week. Full PE kit is expected to be in school at all times this includes; PE shorts, PE top, trainers, tracksuit bottoms for colder weather. Girls will need a spare pair of socks.
- Children in Class 3 go swimming in the summer term.
- Spellings – we have a spelling test every Friday, please read through the spellings with your children.
- Reading – it is vital that children read at least four times a week outside of school. It will really help them to progress in all of their subjects, especially their writing. Ideally, children should read to an adult who can ask questions about what is being read.
WHEN WE BEGIN TO READ, WE BEGIN TO FIND THE WORDS TO WRITE
Before half term Class 3 enjoyed an afternoon exploring their own well being. We enjoyed a presentation of inspirational pictures with some beautiful music and then discussed which were our favourites and which scenes helped us to feel calm or inspired. Later we designed our own very special un-worry islands which we could explore in our imaginations. Some of our islands had special places to live such as tree houses, magic caravans, lighthouses or caves. We included people or animals that we could visit and many of our islands had fabulous features such as magical playgrounds, cafes which served unlimited ice cream and pirate ships to explore. After that we went outside to try some cloud watching on the field and played games to help us to work as a team, have fun and stay fit. Back in the classroom we listened to some calming music, sang some of our favourite songs and completed some artwork. It was a great afternoon and we found lots of ways of feeling happy and calm.