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Dear parents and carers,

We hope you had a relaxing break and made the most of the slowly improving weather. Below, you will find this week's timetable with all the links you need to access the activities. As always, the tasks will be on Seesaw with a short video explaining what the children need to do each day.

Home Learning Timetable 

Week Beginning 22nd February

Spellings week of 22nd February

Home Learning Timetable 

Week Beginning 8th February

Thursday English 11th February: Writing Resources

MFL SPANISH - REVISE PREVIOUS LEARNING DURING THE CURRENT LOCKDOWN

Children's University February Challenge activities

Home Learning Timetable 

Week Beginning 1st February

Thank you for all the work you have continued to do and upload on Seesaw. It has been brilliant seeing all the lovely artwork the children produced during the week. We have some fantastic and very talented artists in Year 3! It has also been great to see so many of you trying out Sumdog. Keep it up! 

You can find below our timetable for next week. 

Mrs Ichtsi & Mrs Lonergan

1st February Weekly Timetable

Home Learning Timetable 

Week Beginning 25th January

This week, HFS join the RSPB, to take take part in the Big Garden Birdwatch.

Please watch the video link on the home learning part of the school website.

Please read the email sent to you today.

Your timetable has nature-based activity time which we know that you will enjoy.

Thank you for helping the RSPB to help our feathered friends.

25th January Weekly Timetable

Use this handwriting sheet for Wednesday's English. Write sentences about George and Grandma using 'mis' words.

George's Marvellous Medicine - English Lesson 2

Home Learning Timetable 

Week Beginning 18th January

Year three, don't miss the BBC's new series of Winter Watch.  It is brilliant.  It is on at 8pm each night on BBC2 and it started on Tuesday 19th January.  If you have missed it, watch again on I Player.  Nature is doing just what it should at this time which is just a breath of fresh air and a joy to watch.  Let me know what you think on Seesaw.  Enjoy!

Mrs Lonergan

Hello year three,

We really appreciate the lovely work and comments that you are sending to us.  We hope that you will enjoy this week's learning too. We know that you use both Seesaw and the website. Work has been selected from the BBC too with celebrity teachers on some of the links, which is fun. Joe Wicks is back too on Monday, Wednesdays and Friday and don't forget that BBC TV lessons also have the Book Club.  Links are here for book talk on these sites and of course, CBeebies and CBBC have a daily story time which is really special. Keep up the great work!

Mrs Lonergan and Mrs Ichtsi

18th January Weekly Timetable

Spelling Shed List 15

English/Geography/Outdoor Learning Comprehension

Please select the comprehension best suited to your needs. The first and second pieces are slightly more simplified than the third. Only print the pages you need.  Do not use the answer sheet until it is completed.

OUTDOOR LEARNING AND MINDFULNESS

YEAR 3 APPENDICES - DO NOT USE THESE WORK SOURCES IF YOU ARE ABLE TO WORK FROM THE WEEKLY TIMETABLE. PLEASE DO NOT PHOTOGRAPH EACH PAGE OF A BOOKLET TO SEESAW. ONE ENTRY TO SUMMARISE HOW YOU FOUND IT IS FINE.

14th January 21

Please see weblink below.  We also have lots more information on our E-safety page.  Go to 'Key Information - E-Safety'.

Additional Geography Lesson - Year 3 week of 11th January

STONE SOUP STORY LINK FOR SEESAW MESSAGE FROM TEACHERS

Home Learning Timetable 

Week Beginning 11th January

Dear Year Three,

Thank you so much for your work and comments last week.  You have all made a great start and your handwriting and presentation was lovely to see too.  Don't forget to look out for the post - your class GPS, phonics booklet and comprehension books were posted to you on Friday.  The timetable will list the pages to work through each week. If you can, post the work to Seesaw and we will check your work.  This week you also have some handwriting to do and the paper for this is attached below.  There is also additional reading comprehension here about journeys, our new Religious Education topic.  Remember that the Oak Academy lesson usually has a fun entry and exit quiz to do.  A story is being recorded for you to comment on and this will go up on Seesaw shortly.

Have a good week and we hope that you are all well.

Best wishes,

Mrs Lonergan and Mrs Ichtsi

11th January Weekly Timetable

BOOKS WHICH WERE POSTED TO YOU AND TASKS FOR THIS WEEK

COMPREHENSION BOOK - please start on page 10 'Poems about Teachers'.  This week do page 10 and 11.

GPS BOOK - please start on page 36.  Complete page 36,37, 38 and 39 this week.

Children's University Activities - Week 1

Home Learning Timetable 

Week Beginning 5th January

 

Hello Year Three Children and Parents/Carers,

 

Please see our timetable and links to click on to direct you to teaching and learning resources.  If there isn't a link, the task will usually be attached here on this page.  We use Seesaw to review work and to send feedback on completion. Also the maths activities will be there so the children can complete the worksheets on their device without the need to print them out. Remember that this term's learning overview is attached below - it was sent out just before Christmas.  This is helpful for any background reading that your child may want to engage in.  My On also has reading tasks too.

 

This comes with our best wishes to you at this difficult time.

 

Mrs Lonergan and Mrs Ichtsi.

Our schedule for this week is below.  We have revised it to place the same work in a daily format with the same drop down links.  This isn't intended to be rigid for those learning at home.  If you prefer to select tasks and work through them in your own way throughout the week, this is fine too.  

5th January Weekly Timetable

RELIGION and SPANISH: The Feast of the Epiphany

Dear Parents

DfE guidance requests schools to set 4 hours home learning for KS2 pupils

 

Kind Regards

Mrs Kelliher

 

14th December 2020

Dear parents/carers,

We are aware that a few of the children are at home at the moment so the files below are some of the fun activities that we are completing with the children at school. We will resume with our normal English and Maths tasks after Christmas. 

Have a restful and merry Christmas!

DIY CHRISTMAS CRAFT - Foil "Embossing"

Foil decorations

Home learning

 

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. 

 

For English lessons, please see the link below to The Oak National Academy. These are stand alone lessons for the children to complete while they are off.

The first set of lessons are based on the BFG by Roald Dahl.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/units/the-bfg-narrative-writing-8e62

 

Please feel free to contact us via the teacher email if you need further advice or assistance.

 

Mrs Ichtsi & Mrs Lonergan

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