Hello to Y3 children, parents and carers,
welcome to our final week of this half term. We have all had a very busy half term, including the children, parents, grandparents and carers. Have a look through our timetable for this week and the new layout of the Home Learning page. This change has now been implemented across school.. You will probably agree that the new layout is so much easier to follow. Each lesson is now listed under the day they are taking place. There is a special end of term treat for everyone on Friday. Apart from the TT Rockstar and spelling test, we will be learning about the Chinese New Year. We have planned a few craft / art activities for you, and we are already looking forward to seeing the photos of your creations.
Whilst the worksheets for most activities have been included, we would like to re-iterate that there is no need to print any of these off. Answers written in the Home Learning books will suffice.
Miss Bullock will be back on Teams and remote learning this week. All enquiries and two work submissions should be send to email@example.com
Thank you for your support, hard work and commitment during these past 6 week. We could not have done this journey without your support and fully appreciate the sacrifices you as parents, grandparents and carers had to make during this period. All that remains to be said is, enjoy your half term when it finally arrives.
Once again, huge thanks to you all and best wishes from,
Miss Bullock, Miss Zimmer and the wider Year 3 team.
How many ways? – video input
Reading – Read the extract of chapter 2 – read up to page 23 – stop after “He went back to the workshop feeling heavy-hearted.”
PSHE and Wellbeing – Sometimes we can feel overwhelmed by all the things going on around us. When we feel like this, it helps to focus on the little things in life that can make us forget everything and enjoy the moment.
British Values – Democracy – Ancient Greek Democracy
PE – Indoor Recess 1
Maths – End of Unit assessment – please note that there is no video today – e-mail your assessment to firstname.lastname@example.org
Reading – VIPERS – refer to yesterday’s text to complete the VIPERS
English – use inverted commas to punctuate direct speech
PSHE & Wellbeing – Reflecting on how we feel and our thoughts helps our wellbeing when we feel anxious or nervous. This can stop us from growing.
Safer Internet Day – “Together for a better Internet”
Maths – Spring Block 2 – Money
Reading – Emphasises with characters’ motives and behaviour
English – Planning
PSHE & Wellbeing – Spending time being creative will help calm your mind and thoughts
P4C – A village relies on water for its fish, but upstream, the farmers need it for their land. Who can lay claim
to the water?
Read the second page of the document. Think carefully about the dilemma before deciding who should claim the water. This will link closely to today’s reading of emphasising with characters’ motives and behaviour. Write your thoughts and ideas into your Home Learning book.
PE – Indoor Recess 2
Maths – Count money – Pound
Count Money – Pounds and pence
Reading – Can deduce from the text what has happened or what has taken place
English – Today, you will be writing your story. Use yesterday’s planning note to help you with this. Please submit your story to email@example.com
writing model video – to follow
PSHE & Wellbeing – Listening to music can have a huge benefit to our mental wellbeing. Certain songs and those you enjoy can help lift your mood and make you feel happy.
RE – What do Christians celebrate at Easter?
Create a spider diagram to note the main points of why Christians celebrate Easter. Once you have done this, add what Easter means to you to the spider diagram.
Friday – Chinese New Year activities
Chinese New Year – An introduction to the Chinese New Year
Make a Chinese Lantern
Chinese New Year – extra bits from Miss Bullock
Have a great half term. We are already looking forward to hearing all about your break.