WELCOME TO Class 3
Well it seems very strange to be getting ready to start a new term from home, but it has been lovely to see your work and activities through Class Dojo. We know the planning for the term is on there but we are also uploading it onto our class page here. As you complete tasks, please post an update on class dojo and keep a folder of all your work to submit when we return. If you can organise this into subject areas this would be great and we can add this to your relevant books when we return to school. We are hoping that is before September but we will have to wait and follow government guidelines on lockdown for the foreseeable future.
Year 6 you will have your leavers assembly even if this means we invite you back in September.
In the meantime, have fun with these activities. Stay safe and enjoy the sunshine. Keep posting your activities on Class Dojo, seeing your posts makes us smile.
Home/ School work
Pupil's can also research their inspirational individuals, preparing a written report as to why they inspire them. They need to think about the features of a non fiction text.
They can also research the countries of India and Iraq which were the places Dr Fraser visited and spoke to Class 2 and 3 about.
Remember to keep looking at the Grammar Revision for Year 6 which you will find under School information. It's never too soon to start some revising!
Pupils are expected to read at least three times a week and have their reading record signed by an adult. Children who have a reading journal are expected to write a detailed account of their reading each week.
Pupils also have spellings to learn and put in sentences along with work set by Mrs Garthwaite each Wednesday- usually maths based.
If you ever have any queries however small please do not hesitate to contact either class teacher.
In case you have a spare few moments below are some links to flashcards which can be printed to help with Class 3 spellings. Some are highlighted to help remember patterns or segment words- pick the one you think suits you.
There is also a link to a spelling website with various games. I have added our spellings to the link below, so if you have time for extra practice have a go.
Spelling games I enjoyed missing letters, scramblers and spelleriums. Let me know what you think.