On this page you will find all the information you need to support your child with their learning in Year 3 and their time in Owl Class.
Wow! How is it Term 3 already? What a fantastic job you have all done so far! We can't wait to see what you all achieve this Term.
Our Question for this term is ‘Could you have survived the Stone Age?’ We will be learning all about the Stone age to Iron age. In Science, we will expand our knowledge about light. Our English lessons at the beginning of the Term will focus on the story of ‘Stone Age Boy’, in which we will be writing diary entries, recounts and effective descriptions. Towards the end of the Term we will be starting to prepare for our Year 3 and 4 production and writing our own script!
In Maths, we will recap some more multiplication and division skills before moving onto money and statistics. We will then use our knowledge and take part in some “Acitve maths” sessions throughout the term.
P.E will be every Wednesday and Friday this Term. Wednesdays will be athletics and Fridays will be Netball.
Forest School will be every other Tuesday starting 11.1.22. Please remember to wrap up warm as it does get chilly out there and bring wellies to change into! Thank you.
Owl Class Term 1 notices
Starting week beginning Monday 6th September:
Our PE days are Wednesday and Thursday so please come to school dressed in PE kit (wear plain blue or black joggers, PE T-shirt and school jumper, with trainers) on those days.
Our Forest school will start on Tuesday the 7th and be every other Tuesday morning so please dress in forest school clothes on Tuesday 7th September, 21nd September, 5th October and 19th October.
Meet the teachers!
Hello! I'm Mrs Morsley and I love reading stories, poetry by Michael Rosen, picture books by Rob Biddulph and writing exciting stories. My favourite thing to do in my spare time is going on holiday and exploring new places. I can't wait to get to know you all and have a fantastic year!
Hello I'm Miss Longdon and I love being a teacher, helping children to thrive and grow! I enjoy reading, especially poetry and my favourite books are Harry Potter. I love to be outdoors, having adventures and spending time with my family and friends. I can't wait to get to know you all and have a brilliant year.
Useful Information For Supporting
Your Child At Home
Staying Safe Online
With children becoming more tech-fluent, it is vital that both children and parents/carers understand how to stay safe online when using a computer, tablet, phone or games console.
This Thinkuknow website is a fantastic government interactive tool to teach both children and adults how to stay safe online.
We recommend using this website to support the conversations we have in school about e-safety and to develop your own knowledge of how to keep your child safe when they are online.
The parent/carer section also has a CEOP reporting link should you discover an unknown person attempting to contact or message your child in any way that is inappropriate.
To support your child to learn their times tables at home, we have provided them with their own account for the TTrockstars website.
This website is a fun, challenging and safe way for your child to develop their times table skills and play against children from around the world in a variety of games.
Every week new tasks will be assigned to your child on the Spelling Shed website.
These tasks are designed to help your child develop their knowledge of spelling patterns and rules which will support their learning at school.
We are now part of the Letter-join handwriting scheme and any of our pupils wishing to practice their handwriting at home can now log on to the Letter-join website on iPads and tablets as well as desktop and laptop computers.
DESK TOP LOG-IN
Go to the letter-join website and log in using the desktop log in boxes:
Letter-join works best on browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Opera.
IPAD AND TABLET LOG-IN
Go to the letter-join website and select the tablet log in button, log in using these details:
Swipe code: starting at the top left form the shape of a capital L