Welcome back to school! Miss Sopp and Miss Dziewguc are so excited to have the new Year Three classes starting their learning! Here are a few important things you need to know about Year Three.
Every Monday both classes will be going swimming at Morden Park Pool. We will be walking to swimming every week so children must wear comfortable shoes and have a rain coat in case it rains. Boys will need to bring swimming trunks and a towel. Girls will need a swimming costume (not a bikini) a towel and a swimming hat. All children must take earrings out before coming to school.
Home School Diaries!
Please take the time to look in the new home school diaries and sign the home school agreement. Home school diaries are full of useful information to help your child learn everyday. So please make sure they are brought into school everyday. When you complete any reading or times tables practice, please sign the appropriate day and they will be checked by your child's class teacher.
Both classes have PE on Thursday mornings. All children will need blue shorts, a white t-shirt and plimsolls. We will keep PE bags in the classroom and they will be sent home each half term.
The children in Year Three went on an amazing adventure, celebrating International Day of Languages. The children boarded the Malmesbury Cruise line and set sail for Iceland.
The children had to pass through a strict passport control and security check before boarding the ship. They then met Captain Rivaldi and had a ship snack. Then, the children went to a fabulous dance with a disco ball! Miss Bennett had the moves!
Finally, we went to the music room and had a good sing song of "Let It Go" in Icelandic.
The children completed flags, Northern Lights art work and made a scrap book for the classroom. Take a look at our amazing pictures!
Year Three are going on an adventure back in time to the Stone Age for their first topic! Chestnut class have been very busy building a time machine! While Sycamore class have an amazing cave in their classroom! Take a look at how we made it!
Times Tables Superstars!
By the end of Year Three, we hope that all children will have achieved their bronze badge. This involves fluent knowledge in the 2, 5 and 10 times tables. Children should practise their times tables and related division facts each day. The ones they should focus on are those that they need to master to be able to achieve their next Times Table Super Star