Welcome to Year 3’s class page…
A very warm welcome from myself, Miss Burdett. On this page you will find an up-to-date portfolio of what your incredible children have been up to each half term. I will regularly update it with lots of fabulous photos of your children in action… So keep checking the page for updates!…
I teach Year 3 and with the support of Mrs. Duncan, Miss Dugdale and Mr. Carroll. Mrs. Spacey teaches our French lesson on Wednesday morning followed by Miss Mallinson who takes us for music.
This term’s Stars!
In these uncertain times, our Year 3 children are all working hard at home and we think they are superstars!
Things to know about…
Terrific Times Tables – Every week, we are given Times Tables to learn and we are tested on these every Friday. As we know how important they are, we must try to practice them every day so we can do our best!
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Spellings – We are given spellings to learn every Friday and then we are tested on these on the following Friday. This is an amazing opportunity to use the Phonics skills we learnt in KS1.
Everyday Reading – We should read at home (independently or with an adult) every day and it should be logged in our Reading Diary. Daily reading helps with our ability to read the words fluently and to comprehend what we are reading. A fabulous way to test our comprehension is to ask us questions about what we are reading and if there are any tricky words, ask us what they mean. Our Reading Diaries need to be in school everyday.
Marvellous Maths and Extraordinary English Homework – We are given homework every Friday (either Maths or English) and it is to be handed in on the following Friday. Homework will be on the work that we have learnt in class during the week, so there shouldn’t be anything that we don’t already know.
Click the buttons below to download each Learning Log.
Welcome to Seesaw!
We have now rolled out Seesaw to every child in school. For those that don’t know what this is – it’s an online learning platform that allows us to set various different activities for the children to complete – perfect for the current climate! It allows the children to respond to an activity in a way that suits them best. This might be a recording, a video, a picture or some writing – or, maybe all of them. We have been live now for just over a week and we have already had 3000 pieces of work submitted. Well done everyone for working so hard at home!
At the beginning of every new year, all classes get to paint their own portraits and then they are displayed in the hall.