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WELCOME TO MRS FARLEY'S

YEAR 3 CLASS
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I hope you have all had a wonderful summer and the children are looking forward their time in Year 3 as a junior!  I am sure that we will have will a have fantastic year together. 

Over the next couple of weeks, we have lots to look forward to including a very special trip to Martin Mere to help kick start our new history topic.  The children will also enjoy a sport skills workshop and French enrichment session later in the term.

 

General Information no


In Year 3 children are asked to bring their reading books and diary to school on a daily basis.  This will enable me to provide a comment related to when a child  has taken part in Guided Reading or a 1 to 1 reading session. 

Reading diaries are also to be used by the children to record their independent reading and for parents/carers to provide feedback or make comments on the reading they have done with their child.  Children's books will be changed on a weekly basis with the day written on the inside of each child's reading diary.

 

Snack

Children are invited to bring their own snacks to be eaten during morning or afternoon break times.  Snacks should be a healthy food choice such as fruit or a cereal bar.  Chocolate bars and crisps are not considered to be healthy snacks.

Homeworkno


English and Maths homework will be set each Friday and should be completed and returned the following Friday.  Any homework set will reinforce learning related to basic maths skills and spelling patterns. The children will also have a spelling test and a times tables test every Friday.  In addition to this, the children will receive various additional homework activities throughout the year related to the creative topics.

P.E.no


P.E. sessions will take place each Monday and Friday, although this may be subject to changes throughout the school year.  Please ensure a full P.E. kit is brought to school and that items are clearly labelled. 

 

 

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