Wow! I cannot believe that we are at the end of our first term together already. Time really does fly when you're having fun! I am so proud of all the children and the progress they have made so far this year; I really have loved every second and I can’t wait to see what next term brings. All of your children are unique and they should be very proud of that, and we are going to focus in on this next term by thinking about our strengths and qualities we possess.
We have had a busy but fun week together…
-In Maths we did our first assessment; which we worked super hard on! Well done Year 3! We also continued to look at time.
-In English we continued our learning on information texts and their features.
-In History we built Stonehenge out of biscuits - we named it ‘Biscuithenge’! Messy but fun!
-In P.E. we continued our games topic and practiced our chest and bounce passes.
-In R.E. we thought about our godparents and why they have such an important role in our lives.
Harvest - your child has come home with a letter regarding donations for Harvest. This year we are supporting the shoebox appeal and as a class we have been asked to donate toiletry items. This could be a toothbrush, a flannel, soap (but please no liquids). If these items could be brought in to school the week we return we would be very grateful. Thank you for all the donations received so far.
Parent’s Day - I look forward to meeting you all on the 28th to discuss your child’s progress so far.
Math’s Day - We will be celebrating this day on the 31st October (the Thursday after we return). Your child can come to school in an outfit that represents number in some way! Some ideas could be: dice, a domino, a calculator…however, it could also be as simple as a t-shirt with a number on it!
Homework - there will be no homework over the holiday; however I would still like the children to be reading daily if possible (this can be a book from home).
I wish you all a wonderful and restful holiday.