On a weekly basis, please send a piece of your best work via email, remember best handwriting, to
firstname.lastname@example.org I can't wait to see them!
I will be updating the year 3 web page on a weekly basis.
If you need any help with anything or have any questions, please send an email to the above address.
I look forward to hearing from you all.
Please click on the icons below to access the learning .
The learning is there as a guidance, please complete at your child's own pace, please do not feel that every task has to be completed weekly, if I can support further please email me at email@example.com.
Please log on to https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0
where you will see a library of books allocated for your child..
User name: First name then surname initial
Password: when you first log in
School Code: swxg
Please read for 15 minutes or more on a daily basis. The books allocated are interactive, click on the 'bug' to answer the questions!
Welcome to Year 3
Teacher: Mrs Aliberti
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Allen (am) Mrs Jones (pm)
Termly Overview:This will give an outline of what will be covered in each curriculum area.
If you are interested to find out more about our curriculum then please speak to the class teacher.
Reading – Children are expected to read every night and their Reading Record should be signed. Please try to hear your child read regularly and discuss the book.
Books will be changed on a Monday if the reading record is signed. They will usually be changed at least once more in the week. The reading scheme is only part of reading, any additional reading that your child does is very important.
They will also start to learn their times tables this year, (2,5,10,3,4,8). Please help and encourage them in this.
Home Learning – Home learning will be set on Thursdays and expected to be returned on Tuesdays.
Spelling and Timetables tests will be on Friday.
Our PE lessons are on Thursdays. The children need their PE kit in school every day in case sessions change. Please ensure all uniform is clearly labelled with their name. If your child wears earrings they need to be able to remove them or cover them with tape. Long hair needs to be tied up.
October 2019 Ware Museum.
MID-MORNING SNACKS AND DRINKS
In Year 3, fruit is no longer provided by the local authority and we do not have milk.
Lunchtime is at midday. Children should bring in a snack to eat at break. This should either be fresh or dried fruit, a cereal bar, a yoghurt tube (e.g. Frubes) or similar finger food (no crisps or chocolate please).
It is useful for the children to have a water bottle in class, so that they can have a drink quickly, particularly when the weather is hot.
Housepoints are awarded for positive behaviour and good work.