Year 3 Owls
Welcome to the Year 3 Owls!
My name is Miss Daley and I am delighted to be teaching the Year 3 Owls this year. Miss Hargreaves, Mrs Ibrahim and Mrs Ward will also be helping us in Year 3. At the bottom of our class page, you will find lots of important information such as our class bulletin, homework grid, curriculum overview and useful websites to support learning.
* PE - Our PE day is Monday and children must come to school in their full PE kits please.
* Homework is given out every Thursday and should be returned on Monday. All children have a homework book with a homework grid for the half term. Homework includes: home reading (3 parent signatures required), spellings (test every Monday), TTRockstars and one other piece to be completed.
The website is: https://student.readingplus.com/seereader/api/sec/login
You will come to this page and the site code is: rpstmic5
TT Rockstars should be used daily for at least 15 minutes. If you have forgotten your log in, then please contact me on the message button and I will email your username and password!
Purple Mash Log in
Your purple mash log in has been stuck in your reading record, however, if you find it is not there, then please contact me on the message button below and I will send your username and password.
The website is: https://www.purplemash.com/sch/stmichaelbb1
White Rose Maths w.b. 19.10.20
English Home Learning
If you are isolating at home (w.b. 12.10.20), please click on the link below for your English learning:
Watch the videos and complete the tasks in your home learning books. They will need to come back into school so that I can mark them.
English Home Learning w.b. 19.10.20
Meet the Teacher video:
Our value this half term is FAIRNESS. Don't forget to complete your values task at home - it could be included on our next newsletter.
We will begin our new year by looking at folk tales and particularly looking at the book 'The Tin Man' by Helen Ward and Wayne Anderson. We will identify the characteristics of this genre of text and recreate our own version. Keep an eye out to see if your work is shared on the website!
We will begin the term by revisiting place value and moving on to hundreds, tens and ones, answering varied fluency questions, using our understanding of place value. We will also be looking at addition and subtraction and building on our previous knowledge of these methods.
The big question is 'What does it mean to be a Christian in Britain today?' We will be exploring this and looking at how Christians show their beliefs in their communities.
We will be investigating Light and Shadows and exploring the part that the sun plays in this. We will also complete practical activities to enhance our learning.