In Year 3, we love learning, finding out new things, having fun and challenging ourselves!
Please find below information about homework in Year 3, everything you need will be posted online so you can access it for home learning. There is more information in the “Meet The Teacher” presentation and the class newsletter.
We hope you enjoy finding out some of the things we have been up to so keep an eye on this page!
In Key Stage 2, children are given weekly homework to enrich their experiences of the curriculum and consolidate learning. Homework will be a literacy or maths task or something relating to the current topic. Homework will be set on Friday on the class page of the school website and the children will need to return their homework books the following Thursday with the work inside. Children can make notes if there is not access to a printer. The homework book will be signed by a member of staff before returning. If your child is finding a set piece challenging, please let us know before the Thursday it is due in. This will ensure that the children are able to complete the piece and build their confidence.
Weekly spelling will be uploaded to this section. Children should practice these ready for the following Friday. We encourage children to read every night and for them to talk about their books with you and what they have read. This greatly helps their understanding of texts. Reading records will be checked and signed on Tuesday and Thursday by a member of staff. Please sign every time your child reads.
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Science (November 2021)
We worked together to make models of human skeletons. We had to work in groups to try and put all the bones in the correct places. We were learning the scientific names for the bones as we did this.
For Remembrance Day, we learned about why we wear poppies and ‘Tommy’ visited our classroom. We thought about why it is important to remember and we created our poppy artwork to show ‘We Will Remember Them’.