Welcome to Year 3
Hello Parents/carers my name is Mrs Hodgson and I am your child's class teacher this year. Miss Pickup will be in class supporting myself and your delightful children.
Short message- WELCOME BACK EVERYONE - we shall have a fun day Monday 8th March
Old messages- As you are not able to look inside our room please take a little look at some of our displays below.
Please see dojo for planning during Lockdown.
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE- below is the home learning for this week.
The children have settled in very well to Year 3 and are enjoying being in Key Stage Two. Please come and see me if you are unsure about anything, I am very approachable.
On this page you will find our Long Term Plan and Newsletters. We do lots of exciting learning and activities in our class! We will add pictures and details about what we have been learning about as the year goes on.
Red Nose Day fun - we designed a new red nose and thought of silly jokes.
We know the importance of raising money to help others'
|Long Term Plan||Current Class 3 Newsletter||Letters||Home Learning|
Mother's Day Cards - we hope you liked them, as we were very proud of our efforts.
World Book Day- we served up a story, did a whole school quiz, designed new characters and book covers.
BE BRIGHT BE SEEN
Pilgrimage Walk - We thoroughly enjoyed our SPIRITUAL JOURNEY. We visited a 'spring' and Blackmoorfoot 'reservoir'.
The children were very well behaved on our wonderful journey and were able to complete a recount of our journey once returning to school. We looked time connectives, past tense, powerful verbs and Mrs Hodgson is very impressed with our attitude towards of learning.
Our children have created a warm inviting learning environment. We may have Covid protected ourselves with table visors and have our own pencil cases, but this hasn't taken away from the feel of the room. We have bright art work up and regularly change our maths and literacy displays. I do hope to invite you in soon.
Armistice Day is on 11 November and is also known as Remembrance Day. It marks the day World War One ended, at 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month, in 1918. A two-minute silence is held at 11am to remember the people who have died in wars.
In class three we showed are respects and looked a medals worn, made posters, designed poppies and used dictionaries to describe our amazing soldiers past and present.
Recommended Reads - coming soon!