CAFOD Universal Church Activity Outside: Comparing our lives with the lives of others
Homework Letter 5th July 2021
Monday 8th March 2021
Attached below are some photographs of our return and work to reunite within the theme 'togetherness'.
This comes with our warmest wishes.
Mrs Lonergan, Mrs Ichtsi and Mrs Marson
Children's University Activities
Week beginning 11th January 2020 - Please see this week's home learning timetable within the yellow stars at the bottom of the class page link on the website.
5th January 2021
You will know after the government announcement that sadly HFS is closed until after the February half term. This means that all children should remain at home, with the exception of agreed vulnerable (we don’t have any pupils in Foundation who meet this criteria) and agreed Keyworker (both parents/single parent household) children who once it has been agreed with Mrs Kelliher can be onsite for times when their parent is at work. Any shift workers will need to provide rotas.
Please see class emails and our usual online learning platforms.
Mrs Kelliher has also put lots of information on the coronavirus page on the school website (go to the Key Information tab)
Thank you for your support and understanding.
4th January 2021
Remote Learning week beginning 5th January 2021
Please go back from this page to the 'Class Pages' - scroll down to 'Remote Learning'. Look for the Year 3 Remote Learning Star. Click on the star and you will find the timetable for this week with all the suggested activities for your child to complete. We will be emailing all Year 3 parents the maths resources. All other resources will be found in the Year 3 Remote learning page.
15th December 2020
TO YEAR THREE PARENTS, CARERS AND CHILDREN,
SADLY, WE HAVE HAD TO SAY GOODBYE UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS FOR YEAR THREE. WITH THIS IN MIND, WE HAVE ALREADY EMAILED THE WORK WE EXPECTED TO COVER THIS WEEK. YOU DO ALSO HAVE THE SPELLING LISTS SENT WITH LAST WEEK'S HOMEWORK. IF WE HAVE ANYMORE TASKS TO UPLOAD, WE WILL PUT THEM HERE.
WE HAVE SENT HOME CHRISTMAS CRAFTS TO ANY CHILDREN WHO WERE IN. WE WILL KEEP THEM FOR THE OTHER CHILDREN. PLEASE JUST MAKE YOUR PAYMENT ON PARENT PAY INSTEAD NOW.
ATTACHED BELOW IS OUR NEW CURRICLUM LEARNING FOR OUR RETURN IN JANUARY. IT GIVES AN OUTLINE OF OUR SUBJECTS AND MAY BE SOMETHING YOU WOULD LIKE TO LOOK AT WITH YOUR CHILD. FOR EXAMPLE, OUR HISTORY TOPIC IS THE EGYPTIANS AND OUR GEOGRAPHY TOPIC IS THE EXTREME EARTH AND WEATHER/NATURAL DISASTERS. THERE ARE EXCELLENT BOOKS IN WITHAM LIBRARY FOR BOTH SUBJECTS - ALL AVAILABLE TO ORDER USING YOUR LIBRARY CARD OR BY PHONE.
OUR WARMEST WISHES TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILIES THIS CHRISTMAS.
FROM THE YEAR THREE STAFF
Spring Term Curriculum Map
Christmas maths booklet
Homework for December (your child has this given out on 7th December).
Dear parents, we have uploaded our lovely Christmas video on Seesaw. We really enjoyed recording it and the children were absolutely amazing! Have a wonderful Christmas!
Below, you will find photos of your children's Christmas craft. Thank you to all the parents who have already purchased their children's Christmas craft. If you haven't done so, you could still help FOHFS raise money for the school by sending in £1.50 next week with your child so that they take their craft home.
Week beginning 7th December - Homework Letter
Remote Learning Autumn Term
Autumn Overview Year Three
Week Beginning 16th November - Homework Letter
Anti-bullying Week: Supportive play and team work
Week beginning 16th November
This week we are reading instructions and learning to write instructions in a meaningful way. Please do try to have a look at some instructions at home - recipes are perfect. The book 'Stone Soup' is a perfect way into this using a narrative tale.
Life in the late Stone Age
Internet Safety Task for weekend of 6th November
Tuesday 3rd November Homework Letter
The two sites below have some videos that you may find useful if you are unsure about the way that your child is taught how to add and subtract. We tend to follow these closely although occasionally we may adapt them if we find that it is necessary.
Homework Week Beginning 12th October
We have been looking at how children can stay safe online. We attempted to play some fun games to reinforce what we discussed but, due to technical difficulties, only a few children managed to get on the website. If they would like to do it at home, they can access the page by clicking on the link below.
Please send in a named dark cardigan, sweatshirt or fleece so that your child can wear this in class time as classes are not as warm as would normally be the case. Please post any homework to Seesaw so that we can mark and comment on it there. We look forward to speaking on the telephone for our October parent/teacher meeting.
Mrs Lonergan and Mrs Ichtsi
Reading - Thank you for reading with your child at home. Please continue to note which page you reached in their reading record book and a little message about how they got on. We read every day in class so the books need to come back daily with the reading record book. Many thanks. Mrs Lonergan and Mrs Ichtsi
Our topic plan has already been sent to you but a copy will also appear here so that you know what we will be studying in class.
PE is each Tuesday. If your child finds it hard to remove earrings or watches, please send them to school without these items on Tuesday. Thank you for ensuring that your child has their kit. We are doing PE outside presently.
Everyone is working really well and many children have exciting ideas about our class book, Traction Man, as they plan to write their own version of the story which is just wonderful.
Year Three Teachers
Welcome to Year 3
We had a great week and we have really enjoyed getting to know your children! They have all settled well despite of all the changes to our usual school routines.
In the unfortunate event of any of the children having to self-isolate for any length of time, we have included below a grid with various activities that they could be completing while they have to stay at home. Maths plans will be emailed separately to you once we know that your child has to self-isolate.