Even though we are not at school at the moment, learning is still important. Each week will will upload a timetable that we would like you to follow whilst you are not in school. Remember to check Google Classroom daily for the assignments that we set and we will also post a copy of that week's work on here as well.
We will miss you lots but look forward to seeing you soon!
To access Google Classroom, you will need your username:
Your username is: The first letter of your first name, your Surname, followed by email@example.com
For example: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a list of useful websites if you require additional material.
Being active at home is more important than ever before! We recommend you play outside at break and lunch time as this will benefit you massively. Fresh air is very important and can make you feel so much better so make sure you get lots of it! Here are some websites that you can use to help you to stay active but you could also come up with your own routine too!. Remember to tweet them in to your teacher!
Welcome to Year 3!
Miss Hart, Miss Hollis and Miss Chaudhry are the teachers in Year 3 along with Miss Holford, Mrs Sutton, Miss Briggs, and Mrs Russell working with us too.
We will be updating this page to tell you all about our learning in Year 3 this year and the fun things we are doing in school. :)
You can also keep up to date with what we have been up to on our twitter pages! Follow us for all the excitement.
@HjaHart @HJAMissHollis @HJAMissChaudhry
We have started the year with a focus on Into the Forest by Anthony Brown. In our first lesson, we looked at different clues to discover what the story was going to be about. We have since looked at dialogue and created our own page for the story!
Next term we will move on to our first short novel which is James and The Giant Peach by Roald Dahl. The children will be excited to see our immersive classrooms that turn into giant peaches, gardens, houses and New York City!
Throughout Maths in Year 3 we will be covering number and place value, and the four operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division), money, measure, shape and fractions. The children love working with the practical equipment to help them embed concepts and they love to challenge themselves through problem solving.
Project Based Learning
Our current project is based around the question, "How would my life be different if I lived in the Victorian Times?" This project has allowed us to learn all about the Victorian Era, including Queen Victoria as well as looking at rich and poor children and how their lives differed to ours. During the launch of our project, we immersed the children in a Victorian school lesson to give them an idea what school was like back then. It is safe to say they are glad school is not like that now! We have also been on an exciting trip to Beaumanor Hall and discovered who owned Beaumanor and gained an insight to what it was like for the servants working there.
What learning can you do at home?