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, Miss Lee here.
I would like to say a huge well done to all of you. I have enjoyed looking at the work you have produced and you have all improved so much, well done. I would also like to thank Mr Palmer for doing such an amazing job with you all, I know you will miss him.
I was really looking forward to coming back and working with you all but unfortunately we all know that is not possible at the moment. The main thing is that you all stay safe and look after yourselves.
I know some of you have been working through the pack that was given to you. Please do not worry if you have not finished this. From Monday I will be posting work and suggestions for you to complete at your own pace. If you are finding the work too challenging then please look at some of the activities Mrs Tait and Mrs Brown have put on their class pages. If you complete all of the work then have a look at the list of websites and other suggestions online. Try to have some fun!
There are some things you should try to do every day:
Times tables- especially 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s, 4s and 8s (5-10 minutes)
Reading- (15 minutes)
Handwriting-suggested weekly practice will be posted every Monday (5-10 minutes)
Some writing- keep a diary or journal (15-20 minutes)
Spellings-10 words a week they will be a mix of year 2 and 3 high frequency words. They will be posted every Monday (5-10 minutes)
Exercise and stay healthy- Joe Wicks is a good one, I'm exhausted!
Anything else is a bonus.
Have fun, I look forward to hearing from you all hopefully soon and we can all share our stories and creations. Remember stay safe
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
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