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Year 3 Timetable: (remove ear rings on PE days please)

Monday - Indoor PE

Tuesday - Outdoor PE (trainers needed)

                 Spellings and Times Tables Quizzes

                 New spellings and times tables recorded/handed out

Thursday - Return class pet (Alexa) with completed diary written by her and your                                 child in provided rucksack

                  Hand loose sheet homework in plastic folders (homework tray in class)

                  Hand CPG books in (place in their own trays for marking)

                  PPA afternoon - change classes for different sessions

Friday - Class pet goes home with someone at the end of the day

             Homework and newsletter to be handed out in plastic folders provided

 

Our first group of Brag Tags have been earned!

Our first group of Brag Tags have been earned! 1

Our new class pet, named Alexa by the children. She is looking forward to spending time with you at home.

Our new class pet, named Alexa by the children.  She is looking forward to spending time with you at home. 1

September 2017 - Outdoor learning - Active Maths

Art - sketching sunflowers - close observation

Outdoor Learning: English Drama- Thought Tracking - King Tutankhamen's tomb discovery by Howard Carter

Practical Place Value Maths

Practical Place Value Maths 1

PE Fitness Test at the beginning of the term...can we improve by the Spring Term??

RE-Prayer Stones

Art and DT - Egyptian Death Masks made from balloons

ICT - Ipad work - QR Reader Egyptian Quiz

RE - Learning how to pray with the new gift of a set of Rosary beads

October 2017 - Egyptian Class Assembly

October 2017

AROUND THE WORLD DAY: ENGLAND

We have participated in many tasks and activities to learn about England.

Treasure Trail Map work: recognising the invisible longitude and latitude lines that help navigation around the globe.  Children recapped their knowledge from Year 2 on naming continents and seas/oceans.

Outdoor Essex County Activity: the outside boundary of Essex was created with chalk and ropes.  The children then had a map of Essex and had to identify where certain cones were in relation to Witham and which towns or villages they represented.

Front cover work: the children coloured a map of the UK and identified the areas which are part of it.

Laptop and atlas work: the children identified rivers in the UK and labelled these using an atlas and map to work out which was which - and which part of the UK they were in.

Definitions Game: children used their recent knowledge of new vocabulary introduced about rivers and matched definitions to words - a dictionary was used if they were unsure.  We shall play a game with this later in the term.

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