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Year 3 – Mrs Harper/Mrs Bareham

Welcome to Mrs Harper and Mrs Bareham's Year 3 Class

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Welcome back to the summer term. We hope you have all had an enjoyable and relaxing break. Mrs Harper teaches each Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Mrs Bareham teaches each Thursday and Friday. This term we have Mrs Oliver covering Miss Lightfoot's  teaching groups four mornings a week too.

 

Our new topics are 'Ancient Egypt' and 'Rivers and the Water Cycle.' In science we will be learning about plants and will be carrying out investigations about the conditions needed for plants to grow well. Please see the curriculum overview below for information about each subject area.

 

Each week your child will be given some homework. This will include reading each evening. Please try and write a short comment in your child's reading record whenever they have read at home. Reading, even ten to fifteen minutes a night, makes a huge difference to the progress that the children make in school (not just in Literacy but in other subjects too!) We have been very impressed with the amount of reading that some children are doing regularly at home.

 

The children are also given spellings to learn each week and multiplication tables to practise. These are tested each Friday morning. These children will be the first year group to be tested in national tests on their multiplication tables when they are in Year 4. We ask the children to stick each week's spellings and tables in their yellow homework diary to take home and practise. They have a whole week to learn them. The children also get a maths sheet for homework on a Wednesday to hand in for the following Monday. This relates to the mathematics that they are studying in class. It is helpful if you can support your child in the planning of when he/ she should spend time completing homework as it is best to do frequent short sessions rather than all of it in one evening.

 

The children have a P.E. lesson on a Tuesday afternoon. They need to have the required kit in school. P.E. kit includes plain white T-shirts, black or blue shorts and either plimsolls or trainers. No jewellery should be worn and long hair should be tied back. It is very helpful if all P.E. kit (including plimsolls) could be named. School jumpers also need to be named. If a child mislays an item of clothing it is much more likely to be returned to them if it has their name in.

 

This term the children are participating in ten weeks of swimming lessons. These take place on a Friday and the children will need their swimming kits and a packed lunch. Again, long hair needs to be tied back. A breaktime snack is useful as we swim over lunchtime, so the children don't get to eat their lunch until nearly 1.30pm.

 

As a school, we strive to help your child achieve his/ her full potential. We work hard to ensure this happens. It is great if we can work together to help your child achieve their potential  We find that the children are much more focussed if they have had a good night's sleep and a decent breakfast.  Should you have any concerns at all about your child please let us know sooner rather than later so that we can try to sort things out. A note in their reading record or a chat with either of us after school is a good way to do this. We want your child to be happy coming to school and to enjoy their time spent on all their school activities.

 

 

Mrs Harper and Mrs Bareham

 

The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability.

The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability. 1
The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability. 2
The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability. 3
The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability. 4
The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability. 5
The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability. 6
The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability. 7
The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability. 8
The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability. 9
The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability. 10
The children observed and described different rocks and tested them for hardness and permeability. 11
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