Sitting in the Sensory Garden, Class 3 enjoyed listening to the class book, The Gorilla who wanted to Grow up by Jill Tomlinson. It was lovely to hear the windchimes, watch the wildlife and listen to the waterfall.
Class 3 Noticeboard
•PE; sessions will be twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Children must ensure their full PE kit is in school throughout the week in order to be prepared for our sessions, or indeed any extra sports events and changes.
Fit as a Fiddle
Throughout this topic we will explore how we can be healthy, what needs animals and humans have and how these can be met. We will look into healthy diets, food groups and their benefits to our body. The digestive system and other functions of organs, bones and teeth. We will explore how medicine is used across the world and how that has changed in history. Please find links below to download our topic planning for the half term, yearly maths overview and our latest newsletter.
We are trying to learn our 3 times table with the help of this fun song! We are practising this every day before we move onto the next set of times table. Please see the link below to pracitse at home, or find other videos we watch in school to learn our times tables.
Spellings and homework; spelling lessons will be twice weekly, one session in school focusing on spelling techniques and rules and the second applying these rules through a spelling test on Friday.
Homework; Children will be given a task sheet with many different activites to have ago at at home, these will be a mixture of activities to do with our class topic. Children will be expected to return an activity termly, which we will invite parents in to view. Please keep an eye out for when this date is confirmed.
Reading; We expect children to read three times per week, each time a child reads at home they have an opportunity to move up on our reading track. Children will be rewarded and recieve their book band when they reach certain numbers.
Times tables/Mental maths; children will be tested weekly on a Wednesday morning through a written and oral times table test.