Hi everyone for today's timetable you will see today we have our reading, Literacy and Maths as usual. In the afternoon we have Geography and handwriting. Here is your first Literacy video to support you with your task!
Year 3's work!
When me and Fraser were working together to solve this problem we noticed there was a little bit missing, oops! Here is the updated version!
Hi everyone! Hope you are all ok!
All of your videos for your home learning can be found on this class page.
If you look through your pack and your timetable you will see Wednesday's tasks. If you have any questions please feel free to email me on email@example.com .
Send over your work we would love to see what you have done and share it with the rest of the class!
Lesson 1 Literacy clip
Lesson 1 Literacy task
Maths Task 1
Maths Problem Solving
Welcome to Year 3
Welcome to the Year 3 page! My name is Miss Kaur and I am the class teacher, the Year 3 teaching team is myself, Miss Irving and Mrs Carey who will be teaching on a Monday afternoon to cover my non-contact time with the children. I am very excited to be teaching this class again and taking them up to KS2!
We aim to create an exciting, reflective and stimulating learning environment, that provides opportunities for every child to learn. We hope to equip your child with the necessary skills to succeed both inside and outside of school through balancing the usage of new technology with older, more traditional methods.
The typical day in year 3 consists of Reading, Literacy and Numeracy in a morning . Afternoons involve many subjects including Geography, History, PE, Music, Science, Computing and Spanish. Lessons are planned to ensure a variety of approaches to learning, which will both inspire and motivate children to achieve their very best.
Reading at home has a huge impact on reading progress and English development across the whole curriculum. After some amazing progression shown last year with Mr Minett, I hope to see children continuing their commitment to reading this year. I would like to encourage your child to read each night and be grateful if you could sign their reading journals wherever possible.
As children make the step into key stage two, they will use our Accelerated Reader scheme. This involves children completing a quiz once they finish a book. The result of the quiz will determine their progress in accessing higher ranges of texts. Children will habe the opportunity to select their own book from their current reading range. Ensuring children gain an understanding in what they are reading reaps benefits as they progress through school.
In Year 3 our PE sessions will take place on a Thursday afternoon. On PE days children will be asked to come to school in their sports clothing.
At Caedmon we use an online learning platform called IXL. This enables your child to practice their Literacy and Numeracy skills at home. I will set work each Friday and check to see how they are doing.
Spellings will be set on a Monday and will be tested the following Monday. Please help your child to practice their spellings at home as this will help to build their confidence during spelling practice and throughout writing at school
To see some of the ICT and Computing work we have been doing, please visit www.caedmonict.org - keep checking back throughout the school year for further updates.
In Year 3 we are keen to celebrate and share your childs successes and achievements outside of school. Therefore it would be great if you could send in any evidence, certificates and photos, which your child collects throughout the year.
Finally, we are all very much looking forward to teaching your child in what looks to be a very exciting and fantastic year at Caedmon.
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