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Y3 Miss Goodall/Miss Pippin

Hello Class 6

Hope you are all O.K. and managing to do some of the work that we have set.

Don't forget to have a go at Reading Plus.

We have set some more My Maths - some of it you have done before but it would be good to have another go.

You could also have a look at the lessons on Place Value, Addition  and Subtraction and Multiplication and Division.

Miss Goodall and Miss Pippin

 

 Y3 Miss Pippin / Ms Goodall’s Class Home school learning

 

Dear parent/carer,                                                                                                                                                                       18.3.20

As you already know, we as a school have been trying to delay the spread of the coronavirus. However, in the event of isolation or more severely, a school closure, I have put together a home school learning pack, to ensure children can continue to learn at home.

The children will be given their homework books as usual, where they will be set two weeks of spellings and times tables, as well as MyMaths homework (x2).

There are many resources that can be accessed online at home and below are some that the children can access and work through when at home:

  • MyMaths, Timestable Rockstars, Oxford Reading Buddy (login details in homework books) and Hit the Button.
  • Letter join (ww.letterjoin.co.uk) – details of how to log in will be sent home with your child.
  • Twinkl – go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS – resources are free during school closures.
  • Just Dance – children are encouraged to stay active at home just as they do at school (many videos can be found on youtube).                    
  • Swiggle  - This is a great child friendly search engine (www.swiggle.org.uk)
  • Pobble www.pobble365.com – PowerPoints and resources for children to work through to support writing.
  • http://www.amazingeducationalresources.com/ - a database full of educational websites, many free to sign up for your children to access a variety of different activities.

As you can see, there are many resources online to support your child working at home during isolation from the virus. The children have also been shown many of these websites and online resources at school, so they can navigate through them and find them easily accessible at home.

Can children ensure they bring their pink home school learning file back with them on the first day they come back to school please.

Many thanks for your continued support.

Miss J. Pippin / Ms A. Goodall

Welcome to Class 6 and to the start of the KS2 journey!

 

We are a Year 3 class and our teachers are Miss Pippin and Miss Goodall. 

 Please note all dates are subject to change.

 

Wednesday 1st April - Make Easter eggs

Thursday 2nd April - Display Easter eggs

Thursday 23rd April - Spring attendance assemblies

Thursday 30th April - Elections (Nursery closed)

Monday 4th May - KS1 SATS begin (TBC)

Friday 8th May - Mayday Bank holiday

Monday 11th May - KS2 SATS (TBC)

Friday 22nd May - INSERVICE DAY

Wednesday 17th June - Sports Day

Wednesday 24th June - Provisional Sports day

Friday 3rd July - Full day rehearsal @ Customs house

Monday 6th July - Full day rehearsal @ Customs house

Tuesday 7th July - Summer Spectacular

Homework will be given out on a Thursday and should be completed for the following Tuesday. Your child will be set a task or tasks on the MyMaths website. Usernames and passwords will be found in your child’s homework book. They will also have weekly spellings to learn and occasionally other pieces of homework. If your child needs help, he or she should speak to one of their teachers as soon as possible.

P.E. will usually be every Tuesday afternoon. Sometimes P.E. time slots do change so it important that P.E. kits are brought to school and left in the cloakroom. Anyone wearing earrings must either remove them or cover them with plasters. 

Swimming sessions start on Tuesday 25th February. Children will need a swimming costume (one piece for girls / swimming trunks for boys), swimming cap and a towel. They may bring goggles if they wish. All earrings must be removed for swimming sessions.

Reading is a fundamental skill and it is important that all children are given the opportunity to read at home. Their reading books will be available for them to take home every night and should be brought back to school every morning. We encourage children to be responsible for their own reading books. Books will be changed once they are complete and have a signature from home.

Children are given opportunities to quiet read / read with their reading buddies during the week. We encourage children to bring in a book, comic, magazine or other suitable reading material.These can be kept in their tray and read during these periods.

Over the year we will be adding information and photographs / videos of the children’s activities.

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