Welcome to Class 3

Mrs Aarons and Mrs Bromley help us with our learning

in Class 3.

A big well done to Class 3 for their amazing performances during this year's summer show. Thank you to all the parents who came to support us.

This term (Summer 2) our topic is...

 

Be active, Be healthy

  

 

 In English, we will be writing a mystery narrative in the style of our current book, Hermelin, the Detective Mouse. In addition, we will be writing diary entries and creating and performing poetry.

 

During this term, we will be also revisiting contracted forms, using fronted adverbs/adverbials, using subordinating conjunctions and punctuating speech. 

 

 In maths we will be learning: 

Continuing counting in 4s, 8s and 25s

Solving number stories using all four operations

Data handling

Finding the perimeter of regular shapes

Revisiting column methods (addition, subtraction and multiplication)

Revisiting angles and turns

Revisiting different types of lines

 

 

In Science we will be learning about:

 Animals including Humans

We will be learning about animal nutrition and muscles and bones
We will be learning about animal nutrition and muscles and bones

In R.E we are learning about...

Jesus, the man who changed lives.

We will be discussing bible stories (new and old) that teach us how Jesus changed lives for the better, starting with the story of Zaccheus. 

 

This term we have been cooking savoury dishes using ingredients grown in our St James' garden.  

 

Class 3 had an amazing time at Grosvenor Museum, Chester. We especially enjoyed dressing up as a Roman soldier and creating battle formations. 

 

What can you do to help your child?

  • Encourage your child to learn multiplication and division facts ( 3, 4 and 6 multiplication tables )
  • Read for 5 - 10 minutes each night with your child, asking them about what they have read
  • Spelling Bee practice
  • Ensure that your child completes their Learning Log activity on a weekly basis

Take a look at our learning during last term

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