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Please remember to send me an email once a week to let me know you are safe and well. 

 

year3@maltese.essex.sch.uk

 

Due to the fact that I will be in school as of Monday, my email contact may be a little delayed but bear with me and I will get back to you as soon as possible. 

 

Hello Nightingale class, I hope you are all enjoying the beautiful weather this week! 

I know a few of you may be feeling a little bit worried at the moment and that is ok! I have added a lovely little story below that will make you feel better, it certainly made me feel better!

 

 

 

We Miss You

 

Remember; WE WILL BE BACK!

 

 

In the event of school closure, children are requested to complete the following work daily. 

- A maths challenge

- An English challenge

- 30 minutes of reading

- A topic challenge of their choice (see grid below)

-  Daily known times tables practice

 

The maths and English tasks will be uploaded to the class page daily. A grid of 5 topic challenges will be uploaded on Monday - children can choose one of these to complete each day. Please see the letter sent home for additional resources that you can use with your child.

 

 

Hello, I hope you all had a great half term! You will be very pleased to know that Monday 1st June is a non-pupil day so I will upload work from Tuesday 2nd June!

 

 

 

Have you taken a look at 'Your Amazing Work'? 

Go check out all the brilliant work and fun activities Year 3 have been doing at home!

 

If you have anything you would like me to put on the class page email it to me at 

year3@maltese.essex.sch.uk with a little note to give permission so I can put it up and then all your friends can see!

 

 

 

 

Year 3!

 

What are we doing this half term? 

 

English - Adventure stories and newspaper reports. 

Maths - Money, statistics and length and perimeter. 

Science - Light

Computing - Coding

 

Topic 

 

 

For our topic this term we will be learning about India.

 

India

 

We will understand how past events/people have affected life today, using timelines to order events chronologically. We will be understanding how Britain ruled India through trading of spices, textiles and perfumes. 

 

Spring PE days - Tuesday and Thursday 

 

 

Tuesday will be outside PE taught by a myself (Tennis). Thursday will be outside PE taught by a professional coach (Hockey). 

 

PE kits should consist of a white T shirt, green shorts, socks and trainers or plimsolls. If your child has long hair, hair must be tied back and earrings must be removed. Outside PE will only take place indoors if it is raining or snowing. Therefore, children are encouraged to include jogging bottoms and a sweatshirt in their PE kits during winter months. PE kits will be sent home during school holidays for washing, and expected back on the first day after the holiday.

 

Homework

Homework is given out on a Friday, and expected in by the following Wednesday. Homework will consist of online maths activities (mymaths, TT rockstars) spellings, reading and when necessary, an English task. An optional Nando’s challenge is also given out every term. Spellings will be tested on a Wednesday (their results will be put in their Reading Records) and times tables will be tested every Friday. Children are expected to read at least four times per week with an adult. Please can this be recorded in their reading log.

 

Break/Lunchtime

Children no longer have snack provided for them from the government. So if your child wishes to have snack this needs to be provided by home. As much as possible could this snack please be fruit or vegetables due to allergies in our classroom. 

 

In KS2 children do not have an afternoon break. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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