Welcome to Year 3 - We hope you find this information helpful.
Who were the Ancient Greeks? What jobs did they do? What food did they eat? How did they cook their food? What kind of houses did they live in? Did they have an army? How did they travel around the country? Did they worship the same God as we do?
We will be answering all of these questions as we move through this half term. We will be exploring life in Ancient Greece and how it differed from ours now.
Oxford Owl free e-books-
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PE - This will take place on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Please ensure your child has the appropriate PE kit for both indoor and outdoor activities. Indoor kit includes blue or black shorts, white T shirt and black school pumps.
Outdoor kit includes blue or black jogging pants, blue or black hoody or sweatshirt. No labels or motifs please.
Toast Money - Toast money should be sent to school in a small purse or envelope to prevent it getting lost before break time. Please send your child with change rather than notes.
Homework - Spellings will be sent on Mondays ready for the test the following Monday. Your child will be given 10 words and will be asked to write 10 sentences including these words.
Maths and English homework will be given as necessary to secure the learning taking place within school. Your child will be given a homework diary to allow both you and your child to keep track of any homework and when it is due in.
Maths homework will be marked with the children in class.
We do ask that all homework is returned signed please.
Times Tables Rockstars - Please ensure your child has completed their baseline on TT Rockstars and continues to practice their tables. It is so important that the children are fluent in their times tables.
Reading Books - Reading books are sent out on different days and should be returned signed every week. We ask that these are in school every day where possible, so that children can read with an adult in school as well as at home. It is very important to read with your child.