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Year 3

WELCOME TO YEAR 3 PALM

 

Our teacher is Miss Hill and our teaching assistant is Miss Chorley.

 

Our teacher can be contacted on: 

jhill@warrendell.herts.sch.uk

Year 3 reading record

 

SUMMER 2 OVERVIEW

This term our topic is ‘Tokyo Olympics 2021’ and we will be exploring the human/physical features of Japan and creating our own geographical maps.

In science we will be looking at everyday materials and designing our own Olympic medal. For Maths our focus will be on time, decimals and 3D shapes. In English, we will be covering persuasive writing, non-chronological reports and writing our own adventure story based on Stig of the dump.

SUMMER 1 OVERVIEW

SPRING 2 OVERVIEW

 

For Spring 2 our topic is 'Continental Cousins' and we are exploring Europe. We will be looking at the lakes, rivers and mountains within Europe. In science we will be learning about healthy eating and balanced diets. Maths will have a big focus on fractions, along with statistics and multiplication/division worded problems. The two main texts for English will be - The Finger Eater and We are here. 

 

World Book day costumes

Have a look at the amazing work children have completed at home and in School this week!
Here is some more amazing work that children have completed at home and in school.
Here is some more amazing work the children have been doing at home and in school.
Here are some pictures of our home learning.

Ancient Greece theme day

Homework Projects

Practical Math lessons

Cricket

Curriculum information can be accessed here:

HELPING AT HOME AND REMINDERS

Read with them every night. Encourage them to read independently as well.

Talk about the books they are reading and ask them questions about what they have read.

Practise their spellings with them. 

Please remember to hand in your homework and your reading record on Monday.

Practise their times tables with them, especially their 4, 6 and 8 times tables.

Make sure your child goes to bed at a sensible time.

Encourage your child to be healthy and active and discourage large amounts of time spent on electronic devices.

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