We hope that you had a fantastic summer holiday and would like to wish you a warm welcome back to Class 3.
This term, our class topic is ‘Anglo Saxons’
Please find below an overview of the topic with some ideas of how you can help at home.
We will be launching this topic by drawing and painting shields and designing and making clay pencil holders. At the end of the topic, we will hold a celebration of our class work. We would love for you to get involved by coming along to our gallery so we can show off the work we have done over the term.
We will be going on a very exciting trip this term with Class 4, which directly links to our topic. A letter will be sent home in due course.
You can help your child this term by reading with them on a daily basis. You should question them about the story to help them to develop a deeper understanding. Please work with your child on their timetables as much as possible to help them prepare for the government times table assessment at the end of year 4.
Our homework this term will be set on Fridays and needs to be in before the following Friday. Your child will have weekly times tables, spellings and a topic-based task. We also use My Maths and Times Tables Rockstars. Please encourage your child to log on to this each week.
P.E. will be on a Tuesday, so I ask for all children to make sure that they bring the appropriate kit into school for this. Following our healthy school policy, we ask that children bring only water in their bottles and that a healthy snack is provided for break times. Reading books need to be brought in everyday as well as a coat in the colder/wetter months.
Thank you again for all of your support.
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