Year 3 (Class 7)
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On this page you will find up to date information about current topics, information about class learning and key dates for your diary.
The Year 3 teachers this year are Miss Duffy & Miss McKay. If you have any concerns, questions or would simply like to talk to us, please do not hesitate to arrange a meeting.
Our class reward system is Class Dojo and children can earn them for positive attitude towards their work, effort, standard of work, teamwork, caring for others, challenging themselves and many more. Children will be rewarded with prizes each time they hit another 50 dojos. However, children can also lose them for behaviour, no homework etc.
Fiction – A Tale of Two Robots – To write a new episode for the story that includes:- A problem, reaction and resolution, dialogue that sounds convincing and shows the characters’ reactions to new situations (To be written in first person)
Non-fiction – Discussion texts
Author – Roald Dahl
Class Reader – James and the Giant Peach
Maths – Place Value, Mental addition, subtraction, division and multiplication, place value with measures and money.
Come and See – Islam, Energy (Pentecost – Serving) and Choices (Reconciliation – Inter-Relating)
Science – Light
History – Ancient Egypt
Art – Monet
Design & Technology – How to make a healthy sandwich
Computing – Young Coders (CS & IT)
Each half term, children will take part in a handwriting challenge where they will be trying to improve their cursive writing to ensure that all letters are formed correctly and are the appropriate size. This will require lots of practise in school and out. Children will be rewarded with 10 dojos when they pass each challenge and 25 dojos if they pass all challenges.
Homework will be sent home every Friday and must be returned to school on the following Wednesday. There will be a variety of tasks such as spellings, literacy, maths, reading, R.E. tasks and learning logs. Learning logs are a chance for children to be creative and show off their learning each week and should aim to reflect on a different subject each time. Learning logs will be shared with other peers and the most creative will be rewarded with dojos. Homework is the children’s responsibility and failure to return homework will result in loss of playtime or golden time to complete it. If children find the homework difficult they must let us know by Monday and will offer support in a lunchtime club.
We aim for 100% attendance in every class. We want our children in school each day so that they have every opportunity to learn and develop in order to reach their full potential. Dojos are given each week for 100% attendance. Come on Class 7…we can do it!!
Class 7’s school councilors are Frankie Cullen
Class 7’s digital technicians are Harry Smith and & Isla O’Toole
Class 7’s Eco warriors are Isobel Macdonald & Lewis Oliver
Class 7’s supper readers are – Sam Macauley & Brienna Martin
Dates for your diary
Wednesday 19th April – Back to school for summer term 1