Hello Class 3,
I am sad to say that this is your last official week in Class 3, I am sorry I didn't get a chance to teach you all, Mr Palmer tells me you are a fantastic class. The exciting news however is that you will be returning in September as our oldest class, Year 4. Miss Cowin is looking forward to seeing you all in September. I hope you all have an amazing summer!
School is not over until Friday so keep up the hard work! There is a huge focus on times tables in Key Stage 2 so keep learning them. I have attached this weeks learning below. Remember if you would like a home learning pack for over the summer please contact school and we will provide you with one. Your reports are also ready to collect from school.
If you need anything else please contact school on Wednesday and I will help in any way I can.
Welcome to Class 3
Welcome to our class page please use it to have a look at all the hard work and exciting things we do together.
The staff in our class are:
Miss Lee: Class Teacher
Mrs Farnaby: Teaching Assistant
Mrs Hargreaves: Teaching Assistant and PPA cover
Mrs Howe: Teaching Assistant
Mrs Jeffrey: Teaching Assistant
Please come to school prepared
You will need:
PE kit (red top, black shorts and sandshoes or trainers)
Swimming kit on Thursdays
Hello Class 3 and Parents/Carers,
I hope you all enjoyed bike week. I was really pleased to see that one of you managed to send in photographs of how you celebrated bike week. Well done I am very impressed! The space theme for bling your bike was very creative.
This week would have been sports week in school. I have attached some sport challenges for you to complete. Have some fun trying them out, you might also be able to think of your own sport challenges to do. If you would like to show your friends and myself your sporting talents email photographs to email@example.com and I will upload them to our class page.
This weeks class learning timetable is below. Remember to keep going with your home learning it is so important to keep your brain active.
Enjoy sports week,
Hello Class 3 and Parents
I hope you have had a lovely weekend. I have attached your activities to complete this week in the timetable below.
This week in school would have been bike week. I have attached some activities you can complete with your bike/scooter at home or when out and about. Please take some photographs and email them to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will upload them to our class page. It will be nice to see some from you Class 3 as nobody in our class sent in photographs from the last 2 challenges .
Class home learning packs were available in school last week for you to collect for some additional learning at home. A big thank you to Mrs Howe for delivering the packs that were not collected.
Have fun learning!
Hello Class 3
I hope you have enjoyed your half term holiday the weather has been amazing. Remember to send photographs of any science work or outdoor learning you have completed and I will upload them to our page. I hope you are ready and eager for another week of home learning. You need to keep going as best you can so that your brain stays active and you don't forget all the vital learning you completed with Mr Palmer. Please see the timetable of activities below.
Have a lovely week!
Hello Class 3,
I hope you are trying your best to continue with your home learning. This weeks lessons are attached below, remember to keep going with your learning. This week it would be lovely to see some of the science work you have completed or any outdoor learning you have done. If you like you can take photographs of this and send them to email@example.com.
Hello Class 3,
I hope you enjoyed celebrating VE day and have had a lovely bank holiday. If you wish to show your friends how you celebrated please email a photograph to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will put them on our class website page.
This week we are looking for photographs of you 'clapping for carers' on a Thursday evening as well as a photograph of you completing a piece of art work. If you email them to the same email address as above I will put them on our class page. It is a nice opportunity for you to show your friends what you have been up to and to see what your friends have been doing.
I have attached our weekly timetable of activities below. It is important that you try to keep up with this as it will keep your brain active and help you to continue your learning at home.
As always stay safe and I hope to see you soon.
Some information for you:
There is now a collection of resources to support parents in their home learning endeavours on the Northumberland County Council website. The resources can be found at https://www.northumberland.gov.uk/Home.aspx. You will see a blue box on the right hand side entitled “Are there any home schooling resources?” These resources are being added to all the time and are worth a look.
Hello Class 3 children and parents,
It was lovely to speak to most of you last week. I hope you are all well.
Attached below is this weeks timetable of activities. Do your best to have a go at them as this well keep your brain active and your routine going. This will help for when we eventually return to school.
This week on Friday 8th May it is VE Day. Please see the attachment for how we are celebrating VE day as a school.
Hello Class 3 children and parents,
I hope you are managing to access the weekly timetable of activities for you to complete at home. I will be in school on Friday 1st May if you need to contact me with any questions.
A new timetable will be uploaded every Monday morning so please try your best to work through it. Mrs Curry has sent you all an email with a password to keep practising your spellings. I hope you are also completing your timetable rock stars every day as this is a vital skill. Keep going with your morning exercise too it is a brilliant way to get motivated for the day.
We will all be on our computers more often at the moment to access our learning so it is vital we stay safe online. Below is a link to a child friendly video which the children can watch watch to remind them about staying safe online. I will also attach a document for parents with tips for keeping your children safe online.
Stay safe everyone and I hope to see you all soon.
Thursday 2nd April-
Watch the video link below there is then an activity to complete on the parts of a flower. There is then a challenge to test your memory and scientific vocabulary if you feel confident enough.
Wednesday 1st April
Draw a diagram of a plant or use one of the pictures you took/drew yesterday. Label the parts of the plant such as the flower, root, leaves and stem. Next to each part describe its purpose using scientific language. If you need help use the internet and do some research or ask a member of your family.
Use the following terms:
Spring has sprung! I hope you are all enjoying the lovely weather. Your English task for today is to try and learn the poem I have attached below. You could perform it and get someone to video it. You could write it in your best handwriting and draw some beautiful illustrations to go with it. You might even be inspired to write your own Spring poem.
There are some lovely flowers and plants at this time of year. Go for a walk or into your garden and take some pictures or draw some pictures of the lovely plants you see. See if you can find out the names of some of the plants you see.
Monday 30th March
Go outside and complete a piece of writing using your senses. I would like you to describe what you can see outside. Think about:
what you can see
what you can hear
what you can feel
Challenge: try to use some alliteration in your work
e.g The wild wind whirled against the window.
Go out into your garden or for a walk and collect some natural materials - e.g twigs, petals, grass, moss, stones etc
Create a spring collage picture
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
Our cookies ensure you get the best experience on our website.
Please make your choice!
Some cookies are necessary in order to make this website function correctly. These are set by default and whilst you can block or delete them by changing your browser settings, some functionality such as being able to log in to the website will not work if you do this. The necessary cookies set on this website are as follows:
A 'sessionid' token is required for logging in to the website and we also use a 'crfstoken' token to prevent cross site request forgery.
We use Matomo cookies to improve the website performance by capturing information such as browser and device types. The data from this cookie is anonymised.
Cookies are used to help distinguish between humans and bots on contact forms on this website.
A cookie is used to store your cookie preferences for this website.Cookies that are not necessary to make the website work, but which enable additional functionality, can also be set. By default these cookies are disabled, but you can choose to enable them below: