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Thursday 24th November 2022:

 

Dear Parents and Carers,

 

Well, this week, we have been looking at conjunctions as well as similarities and differences between the main character in our book, Ug, and ourselves. We have been writing descriptions of a cave-style home, as well as revising our adverbs and prepositions. In Maths, we have been consolidating our times tables as well as looking at one and two-step word problems. In History, we have been exploring how the discovery of Bronze led to a division of class for the Beaker People during the bronze Age, while in PSHE, we have been thinking about similarities and differences between ourselves and others.

 

This week, our Golden Frame winners are Ruby and Patrick - well done to both of you for you fabulous writing! And our lucky 'Star of the Week' who got to take Lemon home for the weekend was Chrisn. Well done, Chrisn!

 

The Home Learning is below with an exciting arts and crafts project to do this week. Please ensure that your child is reading - and logging onto Boom Reader - and that they return the Punctuation and Grammar Home Learning sheet on Tuesday 29th November.

 

Finally, your child has taken home a letter outlining what character they are in our forthcoming Nativity, and what costume they need to wear. Please can all costumes be brought into school by 2nd December. The vocal track and lyrics for our class song is attached.

 

Have a lovely weekend!

 

Dr Tara Wilson

 

 

 

We're On A Journey (Vocal).mp3

Home Learning

 

Home Learning will be set on Thursday 24th November and will be due the following Tuesday: 29th November.

 

Spelling Words:

 

Apples Group: 

Even, great, break, steak, pretty, after, sure, who, any, busy.

 

Pears Group: 

Quicker, grander, prettier, happier, nicer, fattest, largest, biggest, darkest, saddest.

 

Your children has been told which spelling group they are in: either Apples or Pears.

We will be checking the children's knowledge of the spellings next week on either Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

 

 

Reading:

Read Write Inc books will come home each Thursday and will need to be returned the following Tuesday. Your child is able to choose a book from their class reading area on any day of the week and this can be changed when it is returned.

 

Children should bring their Accelerated Reader reading book and bookmark to and from school and home each day. Pupils are asked to change their book when it is finished using the guidance and support provided by the teaching team in each class.

Children in Year 3 should be reading for at least 20 minutes a day. 

Parents please log your child's reading on the BOOM Reader Parent Portal or by using the BOOM reader parent app on your tablet/ mobile.

Click here for more information about how our school uses Boom Reader. 

Maths Fluency:

 

This week's Maths Fluency tasks are below. Please choose the correct group: either Apples or Pears.

We will be checking the children’s knowledge of the times tables or number bonds on either Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation:

 

Your child will be bringing home a Home Learning folder on Thursday 24th November. This contains a sheet for your child to complete. These are shown electronically below. Please return the completed sheet by Tuesday 29th November.

 

Topic Task:

https://youtu.be/03fv24E5pVY

 

 

 

 

 

 

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