Welcome to Class 3’s page.
Class 3 consists of the year groups 4, 5 and 6. Our class teacher is Mrs Joseph and Mrs Ashley is our wonderful HLTA, who helps us in class every morning, and teaches us Spanish on a Wednesday afternoon.
Our class is built up of respectful, responsible and resilient learners who work hard together as a team to develop and deepen our skills and understanding. We are a bunch of Independent Iguanas, Collaborative Collies, Resilient Rhinos, Curious Chimpanzees and Reflective Raccoons!
Below you will find a list of topics your child will be learning in school this term and we will use Dojo to celebrate our learning and your child’s achievements in the classroom with you. Should you have any questions, queries or problems throughout the year then please feel free to make contact through Dojo or call the school to arrange a socially distanced meeting.
Thank you for exploring our class page,
Monday and Wednesday afternoons. Please ensure your child brings their full school PE kit (in line with our school’s PE uniform policy) into school on the days required.
Each term a homework grid will be sent home. This will come out on a Friday and need to be returned the following Thursday. On the grid there are weekly activities (Reading, Mathematics sheet, Times Table Rockstars and Knowledge Organisers) to complete, and there is also a menu of further activities, which are linked to our wider curriculum topics to choose from.
Children should be encouraged to read for 15-20 minutes at least 3 times per week, and this should also include reading aloud. Read your Accelerated Reader [AR] books often to prepare for your quizzes but remember to read harder and/or easier books for fun and enjoyment as well. Remember, there is an award of five Dojo’s for the pupil/pupils who have read the most.
Autumn Term 2021 Topics
Geography – ‘Biomes and Vegetation Belts’
History – The Victorians
Science – Sound (Autumn 1), Light (Autumn 2)
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