2020-21

Our Teacher: Mr Taylor

Learning Assistants: Miss Marlor and Miss Pilling.

In our class there are 15 Year 3 children and 13 Year 4 children.

Welcome to Class 3 Presentation - September 2020

Please find below the supporting presentation for the zoom parent's evening that took place on Monday 14th September.  To access the information please download the document below.

File icon: pdf Welcome Class 3 Presentation September 2020.pdf [pdf 2MB] Click to download

Our Classroom

In the classroom we all have our seats which are set up in the best way to support us while keeping us safe.  Our walls all have useful information to aid us with our mathematics and grammar. We also have a range of different resources which we use on a daily basis to enhance our learning. During all our different lessons we also like to use the outside environment to take our learning outside of the classroom.  

In our class we do lots of different learning. We do small focussed group learning, independent learning, and learning all together. This helps us to do our best and enjoy being in our class. 

Our Day

In the morning we enter to complete handwriting and then start Guided Reading. We then move on to Mathematics and then Topic. Topic time includes subjects such as Science, P.E, Art, Computing, Geography and History. English is taught through these topics. We continue Topic in the afternoons and may take part in additional PE activities or swimming. On Tuesday mornings we also learn RE during class worship.

Curriculum Long Term Planning

Please access the document below to see the content of the presentation.

 

File icon: pdf Class 3 Long Term Planning Cycle 2 - 2020-21.pdf [pdf 124KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Class 3 Long Term Planning Cycle 1 - 2021-22.pdf [pdf 135KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Year 3 Mathematics Curriculum Overview.pdf [pdf 135KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Year 4 Mathematics Curriculum Overview.pdf [pdf 133KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Class 3 Religious Education Curriculum.pdf [pdf 44KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Catch Up Plans Autumn Term 2020.pdf [pdf 126KB] Click to download

Curriculum Information Sheets 2020-21

Please select the relevant document from below.

File icon: pdf Class 3 Autumn Term First Half Curriculum Information Sheet 2020.pdf [pdf 106KB] Click to download
File icon: pdf Class 3 Autumn Term Second Half Curriculum Information Sheet 2020.pdf [pdf 134KB] Click to download

Autumn Term Second Half Topic Resources

Please click on the links to access resources to support our topics outlined in the Curriculum Information Sheets.

External Link Icon Eco and Sustainability
External Link Icon Christmas
External Link Icon Volcanoes and Earthquakes
External Link Icon States of Matter

Times Table Rock Stars

Please visit the website by clicking on the picture link and login.  If you need help to login please contact your child's class teacher.

Things to Remember

Planners must be in school every day and signed at the end of each week by a parent/carer. Any notes that you may have for a member of staff can be written in as they are checked daily. These are also used as a reading record to log when you have read with your child at home. The children can write in when they have read their book by themselves, however it must be signed by an adult.

PE days are Monday and Wednesday afternoons. PE kit may be needed on Thursday for Commando Joes. Therefore, it is important that pupils have their PE kits in school at all times during the week as there may be opportunities for further PE lessons as the weather improves outside.

Homework will be sent out half-termly to be returned to school each week to be checked. We will also be sending home weekly spellings and multiplications to learn and practice every Friday.

Guided Reading takes place daily in Class 3 but pupils will still be given a home reading book to read with parents and carers. Pupils must inform an adult in the class when their reading book needs changing, and this will be checked and a new one issued. Every day children may be expected to read each day so school reading diaries should be in bags.