Hello from Mr Goacher, Miss Cooke and Mrs Ball
Dear Parents and Children,
Welcome back to year 3.
I hope you have all had a fun filled Christmas break and are keen and eager to get learning again.
Unfortunately, we are unable to get all your lovely faces back into school right now, but have no fear your learning will continue from the confort of your own home now instead.
All you work will be posted on your year 3 Google Classroom page. Work will be posted at 8 o'clock each weekday morning, with new tasks appearing each day through the week. These tasks will remain live through the week so don't worry if you can't complete them straight away. They will reamin live until 5 o'clock on Firday so I have chance to look over the great things you have been up to and get things ready for the following week.
For more information on what you can expect to find head on over to our Year 3 home learning page.
There you will also find some handy links to some great websites and other places you cna find things to give your brain a good workout.
We completely understand that people are very busy with all sorts of commitments, but we would be very grateful if you could continue to listen to your child read as often as you can. The children can also practice their times tables on Times Table Rockstars. Certificates for achievements in this area are awarded by Mr Parish in our virtual assemblies. All children should have their login in details stuck into their reading records. This same password enables them to log onto Numbots which is great for speedy mental calculations. The children can also spend time practicing spellings from the year 3 and 4 word list or the high frequency word list. These words are used on a daily basis in writing across the curriculum. See the file in Downloads for a list of the words.
If you have any questions, please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org and I will answer any questions you may have as best I can.
I'm already looking forward to when we can get you all back in school again.
Mr Goacher, Miss Cooke and Mrs Ball