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Week ending Friday 14th January 2022 

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Hello everyone

We have had another super week in Class 3 with the most exciting day being our Roman day on Thursday. It was great to see the children dressed up in their Roman costumes so thank you for supporting with this. We learnt lots about the Romans and completed lots of different activities. Some of the activities included designing and making swords and shields (thank you for your cardboard donations) which we then used in the afternoon when practicing battle formations and ‘battles’. We also learnt about a Roman gladiator what they wore. We cut out the clothes before sticking them on the gladiator and then labelled each part. Mrs Lee put on a Roman coin hunt where we had to hunt for a gold or silver coin each. We also watched Horrible Histories and learnt about the ‘Rotten Romans’. Finally, we got to taste some foods that the Romans would have eaten. On our plates we had a pancake, bread, honey and dried fruit. We all had a great day!

In our music lesson with Mrs Butlin, we started off with some rhythm and voice exercises to warm us up. We then made our own pattern to the count of 4. We shared these with the group and Mrs Butlin and I were so impressed. After that, we sang ‘A sailor went to sea’ whilst incorporating a string, strum and a knock using our ukuleles.

Our maths learning continues to be focused on multiplication and division. Pink group were exploring strategies they could use to help them when multiplying by 5 and 10. Orange and green group this week were both exploring and using different methods for multiplying. We looked at using concrete resources, pictorials, the expanded column method and the compact column method. We are all practising really hard to ensure that our digits are laid out correctly and that we show any exchanges.

In our English learning this week we continued with our focus text ‘Escape from Pompeii’ where we expanded noun phrases by using modification before the noun and prepositional phrases after the noun. We also generated vocabulary considering the 5 senses before writing a setting description of Pompeii.

Our PSHE lesson this week saw us considering how others face challenges and overcome them to achieve their goals. We looked at some pictures and considered the challenge the person was facing and shared ideas about their feelings before the challenge and how they may have felt after they had completed the challenge.

In science we have started our new strand of learning about forces and magnets. We shared what we already knew about force and explored the vocabulary we would need to know for this strand to help develop our understanding. 

Homework has been set on Mathletics and Spelling Shed. Please also continue to practise on TT Rockstars as times tables knowledge is such a valuable skill to have and makes problem solving in Maths more accessible.

Have a super weekend! Let’s hope we see some more of this wonderful sunshine that we have over the past few days!

Mrs Horn and the Class 3 team

Things to remember:

*P. E on Thursday afternoon (Tennis- please bring PE kit to change into/ trainers) and Friday morning.

*Forest School with Miss Edwards on Friday afternoon – wear forest school clothes to school.

*Ensure you have some wellies in school for use on the field – these can then be left on your peg, so they are readily available for outdoor learning opportunities and play times.

*Continue to read at home – ask an adult to sign your reading record once you have read… 15 reads = a trip to the prize box!

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Week ending Friday 7th January 2022 

**REQUEST PLEASE - if you have any cardboard that its no longer required that would be suitable for making Roman shields then we would be very grateful for donations. Many thanks **

Hello everyone 

 

We have had a great first week back together in Class 3 after our Christmas break. We enjoyed sharing our Christmas news with our friends on Tuesday before writing a recount of our holidays. 

 

We started our music lessons on Friday with Mrs Butlin. Over the next 12 weeks we are going to be learning how to play the ukulele. So far, we have enjoyed taking part in some rhythm exercises before twanging the strings (Good Cats Eat Ants) and learning how to play C chord. We listened to the well-known sea shanty and did an excellent job when playing together. 

 

Our maths learning continues to be focused on multiplication and division. Pink group were exploring strategies they could use to help them when multiplying by 2. They used a range of strategies including concrete and pictorial resources to find the answers to multiplication calculations. Orange group focused on comparing statements and related calculations whilst green group practised the 11- and 12-times tables and learnt about factors and factor pairs. 

  

In our English learning this week we started to focus our learning on the text ‘Escape from Pompeii’. We enjoyed listening to the story before retrieving information to answer questions about the text. We then created a class story map to ensure we are familiar with the text and practised verbally saying and acting it out. We look forward to continuing our learning journey which will see us learning different writing skills before writing a recount of the eruption and then an innovated version of the story. 

 

Our new topic is history based and our collaboratively determined learning question is ‘What impact did the Roman Empire have on Britain?’. We have completed the first parts of our Wonder Wall where we discussed what we already know before generating some questions about what we want to learn about. You will have received an email and a paper copy of the following information but just to recap - the children have decided they would like a ‘Roman Day’ in school and this will be on Thursday 13th January. We will complete different activities linked to our topic throughout the day including formations, tasting foods, making shields, sports/games and much more. 

The children suggested dressing up, this is optional and please don’t feel the need go out spending money on a costume. We have discussed in class how they could wear something they already have at home e.g. white t shirt and school trousers or an old bed sheet with a belt. This can be worn into school on the Thursday morning. If you have any questions, please just ask. I know they are all very excited about it!

Our R.E strand of learning this half term is focused on the question ‘How do festivals and worship show what matters to a Muslim?’. This week we explored and developed our understanding of key vocabulary that we need to know for this strand before learning about the five pillars of Islam. 

 

In French the theme is ‘at the café’ so this week we were learning vocabulary for drinks that we might order from a café. We practised saying vocabulary for a range of drinks as well as how we may ask what somebody would like to drink. We then designed our own menu card where we included the French and English vocabulary, the price in Euros and a picture.

 

Thank you to those of you who returned your pink books. There is a new homework grid in there for this half term which is linked to our topic. If your book was not in school, you were given a paper copy of the grid to take home. Homework has been set on Mathletics and Spelling Shed. Please also continue to practise on TT Rockstars as times tables knowledge is such a valuable skill to have and makes problem solving in Maths more accessible. 

 

 

Have a great weekend!


 Mrs Horn and the Class 3 team

 

Things to remember: 

*Bikeability for Year 4’s on Wednesday afternoon (for those who have sent back their consent forms) please bring your bike into school and bring suitable footwear, a waterproof coat and gloves. 

*Roman Day on Thursday – wear Roman costume to school (optional)

*P. E on Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. 

*Forest School with Miss Edwards on Friday afternoon – wear forest school clothes to school.

*Ensure you have some wellies in school for use on the field – these can then be left on your peg, so they are readily available for outdoor learning opportunities and play times. 

*Continue to read at home – ask an adult to sign your reading record once you have read… 15 reads = a trip to the prize box! 






 


Week ending Friday 10th December 2021 

 

Hello everyone 

 

We have had another wonderful week together in Class 3. We had our last gymnastics lesson with Mrs Cooke this week where we got to put together our own routines, practice and then share them with the rest of the class. 

 

Our maths learning for all groups continued to focus on multiplication and division. Pink group were using arrays to multiply and practiced writing repeated addition number sentences as well. Orange and green groups were exploring the 6- and 8-times tables focusing on methods as well as multiplication and division facts. 

  

In our English learning this week we looked at different types of poetry. We learnt about the structure and form of a haiku, cinquain, shape and free verse poem before writing our own. On Thursday and Friday, Mrs Horn surprised us with her own Christmassy version of the well know song ‘Uptown Funk’. We found this very funny and it really inspired us to then write our own. We all had some fantastic ideas and some of us even shared our work with the rest of the class. Next week we are going to be looking at what makes a good performance before practicing and then performing to others. 

 

Our geography learning this week focused on biomes. We learnt about what a biome is and how each is different depending on the climate. We then worked in groups to research a particular biome and then presented our findings with the rest of the class. 

 

In science with Miss Martin, we were working scientifically where we planned and carried out an investigation to see which materials would conduct electricity. 

 

Homework has been set on Mathletics and Spelling Shed. Please also continue to practise on TT Rockstars as times tables knowledge is such a valuable skill to have and makes problem solving in Maths more accessible. 

 

We would like to thank our wonderful FOPS, who despite the tricky times we are living in, have continued to raise money for our school. Here is a message from them:
"For a chance to win the school Christmas Hamper pop into reception and guess the name of the donkey! £1 a go."
There is a photograph of the hamper and rather cute donkey attached below. Good luck!

 

Have a wonderful weekend!


 Mrs Horn and the Class 3 team

 

Things to remember: 
*No clubs next week.

**Wednesday – Christmas mufti day, Christmas lunch and class party. Please bring £1 to wear your Christmas clothes/ jumper. Please send a small snack for your child to enjoy at the party. Due to covid, we are not sharing food this year. 

*Monday and Thursday – parent consultations. 

*The Christmas card post box by the school gate is open for the children to use to send Christmas cards to their friends.

*Forest School with Miss Edwards on Friday afternoon – wear forest school clothes to school.

*Ensure you have some wellies in school for use on the field – these can then be left on your peg, so they are readily available for outdoor learning opportunities and play times. 

*Continue to read at home – ask an adult to sign your reading record once you have read… 15 reads = a trip to the prize box! 

 

 

**Tuesday 4th January – Spring term begins, back to school.


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Week ending Friday 3rd December 2021 















 Hello everyone 

 

This week in Class 3 we have started to feel festive as we put up our Christmas tree and decorated it together. We also continued learning a song in our music lesson called ‘Ho, Ho, Ho’. Over the coming weeks we are looking forward to some creative tasks linked to Christmas and celebrating our learning over the half term.

 

Our maths learning for all groups continued to focus on multiplication and division. Pink group were making and adding equal groups, orange developed their fluency of the 3 times table and green learnt how to multiply and divide by 10 and 100. 

 

In science with Miss Martin, we continued our electricity learning where we made and fixed circuits and learnt about insulators and conductors. 

 

In PSHE this week we continued to learn about differences and how conflict can be resolved. We learnt the solve it together technique and applied this to a range of scenarios. We enjoyed role playing different scenarios and sharing these with the rest of the class. 

 

PSHE is an important area of learning that is progressively taught across the school. The children enjoy learning about relationships as well as physical health and mental well-being. It has been something we have really focused on in light of the impact of the pandemic. Where there have been any gaps in learning, due to the school closures, we have tried to build in additional sessions. Each term we focus on a new topic which is consistent across the school. This is then built upon year by year. This term's learning is based on 'celebrating difference' and is not restricted to the PSHE sessions but incorporated into other areas of learning too. In addition to this learning, at Pelynt Primary Academy we actively promote kindness and build this into everyday life. For your reference our PSHE policy can be found on our website and a RSE guide has been uploaded in the gallery below. 

 

  

Our English learning this week saw us start a new learning journey where we are exploring form and performance poetry. We learnt about the purpose of poetry and the features of different types such as haiku, narrative, cinquain, acrostic and shape. Miss Martin then taught us about limericks and kennings, we had fun trying to create our own poems in this style. 

 

Homework has been set on Mathletics and Spelling Shed. Please also continue to practise on TT Rockstars as times tables knowledge is such a valuable skill to have and makes problem solving in Maths more accessible. 

 

Have a super weekend!


Mrs Horn and the Class 3 team

 

Things to remember:

*If your child would like to send Christmas cards to friends, our school post box will be open from Monday. 

*PE on a Thursday afternoon – gymnastics – please bring a PE kit to change in to. 

*Forest School on a Friday afternoon – wear forest school clothes to school.

*Ensure you have some wellies in school for use on the field – these can then be left on your peg, so they are readily available for outdoor learning opportunities and play times. 

*Continue to read at home – ask an adult to sign your reading record once you have read… 15 reads = a trip to the prize box! 

 

**Wednesday 15th December – School Christmas lunch, class party and Christmas jumper day

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Getting Persuasive 

Saving the rainforest.

This week, in our English lessons, the children were developing their skills of persuasion. They have learnt about the different sentence styles used to persuade and created their own posters. This links beautifully with our Geography learning. They spent time finding out their facts and deciding on the best way to present their work. This will lead on to writing a persuasive letter and transferring these skills into a more formal style of writing.

The week was 'Anti Bullying' week with the theme of 'one kind word'. The children have had lots of opportunities to learn about this in their PSHE lessons with a lovely round up on Friday celebrating kindness. 

Please also continue to practise on TT Rockstars as times tables knowledge is such a valuable skill to have and makes problem solving in Maths more accessible. 

 

Have a wonderful weekend!


From the Class 3 team

 

Things to remember:

*PE on a Thursday afternoon – gymnastics – please bring a PE kit to change in to. 

*Forest School on a Friday afternoon – wear forest school clothes to school.

*Ensure you have some wellies in school for use on the field – these can then be left on your peg, so they are readily available for outdoor learning opportunities and play times. 

*Continue to read at home – ask an adult to sign your reading record once you have read… 15 reads = a trip to the prize box! 

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Week ending Friday 12th November 2021 

**Request please - if you have any magazines that you wish to recycle, they would be greatly appreciated for some collage work we are hoping to do. Many thanks in advance**


Hello everyone 

 

This week in Class 3 we have been learning about Remembrance and took some time to consider and discuss what we are grateful and thankful for. We watched some video clips about Remembrance Day and then listened to the well-known poem ‘In Flanders Fields’ before working collaboratively to reorder the lines in the poem in a way of our choice before sharing our innovated versions with the rest of the class. 

 

Our maths learning for all groups continued to focus on addition and subtraction where we practised different methods and solved problems. 

 

In science this week we started our learning about electricity. We discussed what we already know about electricity including where it comes from. We then sorted electrical and non-electrical items before learning about renewable and non-renewable sources of energy.  

 

In PSHE this week we have been developing our understanding and acceptance of differences. We have discussed how everybody is different, how families are different and how we can be accepting and show appreciation of others.  

  

Our English learning this week saw us start a new learning journey which is based on the book ‘The Great Kapok Tree’. Over the course of our journey, we will learn the skills required to write a persuasive letter. We will be writing a persuasive letter to some tree cutters to persuade them to stop deforestation giving reasons why using both facts and opinions. 

 

A new homework grid was sent out on Monday for this half term. Homework has been set on Mathletics and Spelling Shed too. Please also continue to practise on TT Rockstars as times tables knowledge is such a valuable skill to have and makes problem solving in Maths more accessible. 

 

Have a wonderful weekend!


Mrs Horn and the Class 3 team

 

Things to remember:

*PE on a Thursday afternoon – gymnastics – please bring a PE kit to change in to. 

*Forest School on a Friday afternoon – wear forest school clothes to school.

*Ensure you have some wellies in school for use on the field – these can then be left on your peg, so they are readily available for outdoor learning opportunities and play times. 

*Continue to read at home – ask an adult to sign your reading record once you have read… 15 reads = a trip to the prize box! 

*Monday – wear odd socks for ‘One Kind Word’

*Friday – Children in Need Mufti Day – bring £1 donation. 


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Week ending Friday 5th November 2021 


Hello everyone and welcome back

 

We have had a great first week back where we welcomed a new member to our class and started our gymnastics learning with Mrs Cooke from Arena. 

 

We completed our history focused topic about the Stone Age to Iron Age period where we concluded our learning by answering our original enquiry question ‘When was it better to live – Stone Age, Bronze Age or Iron Age?’. We stated which time period we thought it would have been better to live in and explained our reasons for this by pulling together all we had learnt. We linked our answers to themes such as housing, society, clothing, farming, inventions, food and tools. 

 

Our maths learning for pink group was focused on finding 1 and 10 more or less. Orange group learnt about using pictorials to help solve calculations with and without an exchange and green group learnt how to add two 4-digit numbers with and without an exchange and how to subtract without an exchange. 

 

In science this week we finished our rocks and soils strand of learning. We learnt about what soil is and how it is formed by going on a soil investigation. We chose three different areas to extract samples from before making observations and noting down about particles, moisture, colour and texture. We also learnt about how fossils are formed. We examined some of the fossil samples in the classroom and then explained the process of fossilisation in our own words using diagrams to support our explanation. 

 

In French this week we recapped our previous learning about asking someone how they are and saying how we are. We also practised numbers 1 to 10 before moving on to numbers 11 to 20. We then started learning about family members. We practised saying the nouns as well as developing our knowledge and understanding about the definitive article and how we know whether it begins with le, la, l’ or les. 

  

Our English learning this week saw us write our innovated version of ‘Stone Age Boy’ using our plan and boxed up text to support us. We then edited and improved our writing ensuring we had included learnt skills and ambitious vocabulary. 

We had two special visitors to our forest school session this week... Senara from Talons and Horace, her pet hedgehog. We enjoyed learning about hedgehogs and are going to be doing some project work over the coming weeks with Miss Edwards during our forest school sessions.

 

As previously mentioned, there will be a new homework grid for the half term as we begin our new topic next week. Please ensure homework books are back on Monday 8th November if they are not already in school.

 

During the coming week, the children will have the opportunity to make a £1 donation for a poppy and two additional items (wristbands, zip ribbons, slap-band rulers). If you would like your child to do this, please send in a donation at your convenience. These will be available until Wednesday.

 

Have a super weekend!


Mrs Horn and the Class 3 team

 

Things to remember:

*PE on a Thursday afternoon – gymnastics – please bring a PE kit to change in to. 

*Forest School on a Friday afternoon – wear forest school clothes to school.

*Ensure you have some wellies in school for use on the field – these can then be left on your peg, so they are readily available for outdoor learning opportunities and play times. 

*Continue to read at home – ask an adult to sign your reading record once you have read… 15 reads = a trip to the prize box! 

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Week ending Friday 22nd October 2021 


Hello everyone

 

We had a wonderful last week of this half term together where we got to experience a range of learning opportunities and experiences. 

 

We completed our DT learning this week where each group either finished their Stone Age pouches or Stone Age camp shoeboxes and then evaluated them against their original design. Everybody took their products home today and they are so proud of their work – we hope you are too! 

 

Our maths learning focused on the pictorial methods we can use when exchanging. Some of the children then went on to using the column method to solve addition and subtraction problems. 

 

In science this week we were developing our understanding of the rock types and how they are formed. After watching some clips, having a discussion, and recording our learning, we made some starburst rocks to represent the rock cycle. We all got very sticky fingers but had great fun as it really made us understand the changes that take place.

  

Our English learning this week saw us box up the text of ‘Stone Age Boy’ before recording our ideas for innovation. We will write our first drafts when we return to school before editing and improving and then sharing our finished pieces with Class 4. 

 

During our history learning this week we developed our understanding of the Neolithic period and Stonehenge. We learnt all about Stonehenge including where it is located, what it looks like and we then discussed our own theories about what Stonehenge was built and used for. We finished the afternoon by recreating Stonehenge using biscuits – it was great to see most children working as a team and sharing ideas. 


Some children wanted to take their homework books home, and some have left them at school. We still have a couple of things left to complete for our Stone Age topic when we return but we will be starting a new topic the week after. There will be a new grid for the half term so if all children can ensure their books are back on Monday 8th November, then the new grid can be given out. Many thanks. 

 

Our PE afternoon will change for the coming half term – it will take place on a Thursday afternoon and will be led by Arena. Please bring a PE kit to change into. 

 

Our forest school session will change as well and will take place on a Friday afternoon. As before, children can come to school wearing their forest school clothes. Please ensure they have a waterproof coat and suitable footwear if their wellies are not already in school. 

Lots of children have now visited the prize box at least once, some twice and some are now well on their way to their third visit! Thank you for your support with listening to your child read at home. It is such an integral part of their learning, and we are seeing some great progress with fluency and understanding when they are reading. 

 

Have a wonderful half term break and don’t forget we have an INSET day on Monday 1st November so we look forward to seeing you all again on Tuesday 2nd November. 

Mrs Horn and the Class 3 team

 

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Week ending Friday 15th October 2021 


Hello everyone

 

I cannot believe we only have one more week of this half term! It seems to have flown by! 

We enjoyed going to the church on Monday to celebrate Harvest with Class 4 and Rev Allen. We sang the song we had been practicing ‘Autumn Days’ and then listened to a story and had a short service. I’d like to say a huge thank you to everybody who donated tins and thank you to Rev Allen for having us at the church. 

 

We continued with our DT learning this week where my group completed their Stone Age shoe boxes and evaluated their replica model whilst Miss Martin’s group finished their pouches and then reflected upon their final product. We then had the opportunity to swap groups and began to learn about and plan our next DT product. 

 

Our maths learning about place value ended this week, we did learn about Roman numerals and completed some reasoning and problem-solving tasks to consolidate our learning before we began the next strand of learning – addition and subtraction.  

  

During our RE lesson this week we have developed our understanding of what type of world Jesus wanted. We read the parable of The Good Samaritan and read about how Jesus healed a man with leprosy. We then discussed our ideas about being a good Samaritan and how Christians may carry out the role of being a good Samaritan in the word today. 

 

Our English learning this week saw us begin a new learning journey based on the book ‘Stone Age Boy’. So far, we have become familiar with the story by using a story map and actions, generated vocabulary and then developed a setting description and learnt how to use adverbs to express time, place and cause. 


Homework has been set on Mathletics and Spelling Shed for you to complete before next Thursday. Don’t forget there is the topic grid in the homework books as well as TT Rockstars which you can access. Thank you to those of you who returned your homework books and completed your homework. Keep up the great work! Please return homework books by Thursday next week. We also continue to tick off reading at home, 15 reads at home will win you a visit to the prize box! 

Things to remember:

*If you are now in my DT group, bring in any resources you wish to use in your Stone Age shoebox.  

 

*Homework books to be returned by THURSDAY each week so they can be marked and returned to the children on Friday.

*Bring in named wellies/ outdoor footwear in a carrier bag that can be left on your peg for this half term. 

*PE- our PE session will be on a Wednesday afternoon. For this half term, children can either bring trainers to change into and wear their school uniform OR bring their PE kit and trainers to change into. 

*Forest School will be on a Thursday afternoon - children can come to school wearing their forest school clothes. Please ensure they have a waterproof coat and suitable footwear if their wellies are not already in school. 

*Reading books and reading records - every child has now been issued with a book. Please write in the accompanying reading record with any comments. When we check reading records, if your child has read at home they will be ticked off on a sheet - once they have 15 ticks (15 reads at home) they can go to the prize box and choose a prize. This will happen every 15 ticks.

Have a wonderful weekend

Mrs Horn and the Class 3 team

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Week ending Friday 8th October 2021 

Hello everyone

 

We have had another wonderful week in Class 3! 

This week we have continued to enjoy learning and singing our Harvest song ready for our Harvest festival on Monday.

**On Monday, we will be learning about and celebrating Harvest. In the afternoon, we are looking forward to going to the church for our Harvest festival together with Class 4. Please can every child bring in a tin of food to school on Monday so we can take it to the church where it will later be donated to a local food bank. Hopefully next year we will be able to invite parents to enjoy our Harvest festival with us**

 

We have particularly enjoyed our DT learning this week where my group continued with their Stone Age shoe boxes. We mixed colours to create the right shade for our backgrounds and then collected items to add to our camps. We have some finishing touches to do next week so we will share the final products with you once they are complete. 

Miss Martin’s group used their patterns to cut their pouch out using felt before choosing a stitch of their choice to sew their pouch. Everybody had to use their perseverance skills as it was quite tricky at times, well done for being so resilient. 

 

Our maths focus continues to be place value, this week’s tasks have included: pink group focusing on tens and ones and showing numbers using different representations, orange group comparing and ordering numbers and green group working on rounding to the nearest 1000 and counting in multiples. 

  

In history this week we explored how society changed from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. We looked at hunter gatherers and farms in the Stone Age through to the development of materials and resources in the Bronze Age and then the hillforts and how the King ruled the village in the Iron Age. 

 

During our science lesson this week we were working scientifically. We planned, carried out and evaluated an experiment to compare rocks. We decided to test the permeability of different rocks. We considered the method, made a prediction, recorded our results before evaluating what we had found out.  

 

Our English learning this week saw us writing our own instructional text about how to wash a woolly mammoth. Once complete, we shared our work with a friend before giving and receiving feedback and then editing and improving our writing. 


Homework has been set on Mathletics and Spelling Shed for you to complete before next Thursday. Don’t forget there is the topic grid in the homework books as well as TT Rockstars which you can access. Thank you to those of you who returned your homework books and completed your homework. Keep up the great work! Please return homework books by Thursday next week so they can be marked and handed out again on Friday. We also continue to tick off reading at home, 15 reads at home will win you a visit to the prize box! Well done to the two children who visited it today! 

Things to remember:

*If you are currently in Miss Martin’s textiles group in DT - bring in any resources you wish to use in your Stone Age shoebox.

 

*Homework books to be returned by THURSDAY each week so they can be marked and returned to the children on Friday.

*Bring in named wellies/ outdoor footwear in a carrier bag that can be left on your peg for this half term. 

*PE- our PE session will be on a Wednesday afternoon. For this half term, children can either bring trainers to change into and wear their school uniform OR bring their PE kit and trainers to change into. 

*Forest School will be on a Thursday afternoon - children can come to school wearing their forest school clothes. Please ensure they have a waterproof coat and suitable footwear if their wellies are not already in school. 

*Reading books and reading records - every child has now been issued with a book. Please write in the accompanying reading record with any comments. When we check reading records, if your child has read at home they will be ticked off on a sheet - once they have 15 ticks (15 reads at home) they can go to the prize box and choose a prize. This will happen every 15 ticks.

Have a great weekend

Mrs Horn and the Class 3 team


 


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