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Click the link below to read a letter from your teachers

Coronovirus school closure 2020

 

Please follow the links below to access lists of activities compiled by the classteacher that you and your child could complete at home. Please note that while it would be great if you did manage to complete some of these activities, as home circumstances vary greatly, please do not feel you have to. These activities are suggestions only. Many activities listed will require leading by an adult. Learning about topics both you and your child are interested in will result in the highest quality learning.

Weekly Plan Suggested Activities

Suggested Timetable

Below you will find further links to external sites designed to support families while home schooling their children during lockdown. 

Welcome to Y3M!

 

 

We work so hard in Y3M, but we still try to have as much fun as possible whilst learning. Keep checking back on this page to see what we have been up to!

Useful Information

 

Homework: Given on a Friday, due in the following Wednesday. 

Spellings: Given on a Friday, test is on the following Friday. 

PE: Our PE slot is a Wednesday. 

Reading Books will aim to be changed 2-3 times a week. 

It is your children's responsibility to put their reading books into the tray to be changed.

 

Any further questions, just ask :)  

 

We made a MARVELLOUS MEDICINE.
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World Book Day.

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Gran Can You Rap?

We had so much fun learning about poetry. Our favourite piece of poetry was Gran Can You Rap?

We got into groups and created our own version of this poem and then performed the poetry to our friends in class.

 

 

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WOW Week - Art

During this WOW week we looked at Vincent Van Gogh. 

The children produced a range of Art pieces which were then displayed to parents/carers. 

We also chose parts of Van Gogh's life to perform to the rest of the class.

Here are some photos of us creating those pieces.