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Year 3

Dear all Year 3 Parents, 

Welcome Back Year 3!

Hello Year 3 Parents and Carers,

Please find attached the welcome back letter and the knowledge organiser for our topic this term. We are really excited for our ‘Home Sweet Home’ topic this term as part of the 3D curriculum. We will be focusing on the Stone Age to the Iron Age in our history lessons and we can’t wait to share our learning with you all.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Miss Angus, Mrs Brown and Mrs Smithers

Year 3 - Year 4 Transition 

Hello Year 3 soon to be Year 4! 

 

 

Each day the children can log on to Times Table Rockstars and practise their multiplication and division facts. Miss Beardsley and Miss Angus will be setting challenges for them. https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student/52740

Children can read for pleasure daily and be encouraged to summarise what they have read. They can also take quizzes using accelerated reader using their logins.  https://ukhosted32.renlearn.co.uk/2238955 

Dear Parent/ Carer,

 

This timetable has been created to support you with Home Learning tasks during a period of self isolation. The tasks have been selected and set by teaching staff across the GLA Trust who have experience in the particular year group. For most suggested activities, links to high quality online learning platforms, such as the Oak National Academy, BBC Bitesize or White Rose Maths, have been provided. Simply hover over the blue writing and click to access the correct webpage, where video guidance is provided for the pupil, before activities are set. Most activities require nothing more than pencil and paper, which makes accessing and completing work at home very straightforward, as your family is self isolating and will not be able to pick up further resources from outside of the home.

 

The timetable covers the first five days of self isolation. Should a pupil be required to self isolate for longer than this period, their class teacher will make contact to arrange further provision of remote education.

 

Hints and tips

 

  • Balance your family schedule – the timetable is simply a suggestion to help you structure the day. It may be that your home situation will not allow you to stick closely to these timings; please use it as a guide.
  • Share the timetable for the day with your child – this will allow them to know how the day is structured, how long to dedicate to each session and when to take breaks. This will help you all get along and be successful – being together all day every day can be stressful. Structures and routines help everyone feel confident, safe and secure (including the adults!).
  • Make sure your child takes breaks - It is important to have some downtime, switch off from schoolwork and spend time away from a screen.
  • If it's not working, try again tomorrow - although continuing your child's learning is important, we don’t expect every child to do every learning activity every day. At this time, we know it’s equally important to enjoy time with our children - playing, baking, painting, reading, chatting and sometimes just enjoying doing nothing!

Good luck and stay safe!

 

                                          

Year 3

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08:45 – 09:00

Independent reading using Oxford Owl (free registration needed)

Independent reading using Oxford Owl (free registration needed)

Independent reading using Oxford Owl (free registration needed)

Independent reading using Oxford Owl (free registration needed)

Independent reading using Oxford Owl (free registration needed)

9-9:30am

Complete a daily Joe Wicks workout

Complete a Cosmic Yoga workout

Complete a daily Joe Wicks workout

Complete a Cosmic Yoga workout

Complete a daily Joe Wicks workout

9:30-10:15

Adding and subtracting 1 digit numbers to/from 3 digit numbers

Link to Oak Academy

Adding multiples of 10 to 3 digit numbers

Link to Oak Academy

Subtracting multiples of 10 to 3 digit numbers

Link to Oak Academy

Adding and subtracting multiples of 100 to/from 3 digit numbers

Link to Oak Academy

Adding two 3 digit numbers (no regrouping)

Link to Oak Academy

10:15 – 10:45

Snack time and break

10:45 – 11:15

Spelling session 1 – investigate homonyms

Link to Oak Academy

Spelling session 2 - Practice and apply knowledge of homonyms

Link to Oak Academy

Spelling session 3 – investigate homophones

Link to Oak Academy

Spelling session 4 – practice and apply knowledge of homophones

Link to Oak Academy

Make a list of all the homophones/homonyms you have learnt and set a test for your parent/carer to have a go at!

11:30 – 12:15

English: The Suitcase Kid by Jacqueline Wilson

Lesson 1

English: The Suitcase Kid by Jacqueline Wilson

Lesson 2

English: The Suitcase Kid by Jacqueline Wilson

Lesson 3

English: The Suitcase Kid by Jacqueline Wilson

Lesson 4

English: The Suitcase Kid by Jacqueline Wilson

Lesson 5

12:15 – 1:15

Lunchtime

1:15 – 1:45

Reading for pleasure – choose a book from home to share with a parent/ carer OR Times Tables Rockstars

1:45 – 2:30

PSHE:

Keeping Safe: Beautiful Explosions

PSHE:

Keeping Safe: Hazards in the Home

PSHE:

Keeping Safe: King of the Road

PSHE:

Keeping Safe: Fireproof

PSHE:

Keeping Safe: Rules Rules

2:30-3:15

Geography

Scotland

Geography

Wales

Geography

Northern Ireland

Geography

England

Friday Art

Draw with Rob