Welcome to Year 3 - Webber Class!
Welcome to our class page, we are excited to share our learning journey with you!
The children in year three will receive weekly Handwriting homework and Spellings to learn. Both handwriting and spellings are given out each Friday with a spelling check taking place the following Friday. Each child will be given a paper copy every Friday and you can also view these on Showbie.
Half-termly homework projects will also be set. Children will be given a list of research activities to choose from. Finished projects will be shared with the rest of the class as part of their History and Science learning. Topic homework lists will also be posted onto Showbie.
We expect the children to read regularly at home, reading diaries are checked each Friday to ensure that they are reading at least four times a week. The children should be reading banded books in school.
We also expect the children to regularly practise Numbots and their times tables at home. The children can use firstly Numbots and then Times Tables Rockstars to become quicker at their maths fluency and times tables recall. Log in details will be recorded in their reading diaries.
PE Days for Autumn Term 2 are Mondays and Fridays. Children should come to school in their PE kit on these days.
Please make sure that your child has their reading book and diary in school each day as well as a water bottle. Long hair should also be tied back for school.
If you have any queries then do get in touch by e-mailing the school office or catching me after school.
Recommended Book List Year 3
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Halle Orchestra Visit!
Role playing the story of Dolphin Boy in English
Inspired by Henri Rousseau’s artwork, we focussed this week on mixing our primary colours to create different shades of green!
To kick off the first week of Art week, we drew our own fish on polystyrene tiles and printed them on paper using printing rollers and printing paint!
Art today consisted of looking at different types of shells and sketching them using different grades of pencil.
Science this week was very exciting and tasty! We made dirt puddings using different types of chocolate to represent Earth’s different layers of soil and rock.
World Book Day!
In RE we have been learning about different places of worship. Today, we were lucky enough to be shown around Orston Church by Vicar Tim. He spoke to us about the history of the Church and the key features you would find in a Church.
As a group this week, to finish off our Art topic, we completed a piece of Cave Art using different grades of pencil and charcoal.
We started off our DT topic this week and really enjoyed chopping fruit to make our fruit skewers.
This week in Science we made skeletons out of sugar paper, chalk and straws!
In RE we made Holy Trinity spinners to represent God the father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. When the spinner is spinning it represents the three being as one.