Class Teacher: Mrs Harris
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Mason
Class Teacher: Miss Modrate
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Brunger and Mrs Bull
Our Spring Term Topic is:
The children will be learning about daily life in Tudor times and the differences between the rich and the poor.
Tuesday 12th February 2019
Following our successful 'Stone Age Day' last term, Durham University will be coming into school to host a terrific day full of Tudor themed learning activities for the children in Year Three. A letter will be sent home with further information.
Tuesday 26th March 2019
1.45 - 3.00 p.m.
A Royal Tudor Banquet
The children will host a Tudor Banquet for their families where they will
perform a Tudor dance, sing songs about the Tudors, showcase their
work about the Tudors and serve Tudor food.
It will be a terrific, toe-tapping, tasty, two hours of afternoon Tudor entertainment.
The ‘Topic Web’ shows each year group’s half termly areas of learning, which are linked to the overall theme.
To view a copy of our Topic Web for this term, CLICK HERE.
Homework is given out on a Monday, to be completed and returned on a Friday.
Each week there will be two tasks to complete; one English focus task and one Mathematics task.
All homework should be written in pencil,and completed to the standard expected within school.
Class Dojo points are awarded for homework that has been handed in on time - extra for super presentation!
In KS2 If homework is not completed on time, then your child will complete it during Friday play time.
Throughout the year we will be learning the spellings recommended for Y3. Each child has access to a laminated spelling mat available at all times during the day in class, as well as class dictionaries and weekly spelling lists.
We will send home 'Words of the Week' and the children will practise these throughout the week.
Every Friday, the children will spell these words,
not in a test situation, but spelling them in dictated sentences.
For your reference, below is a copy of the Year 3/4 National Curriculum spellings, in the same format that the children have access to.
- We would like to emphasise reading for pleasure, as reading is fundamental to pupil's development as independent learners. It is important that the children read at home as well as in school, to support their academic development.
- Every day, the whole school will participate in a 'D.E.A.R' session (Drop Everything and Read). The session will be made up of fun activities which can be completed with the help of an adult, as part of a team or independently.
- Your child will independently change their reading book after each Accelerated Reader Quiz. In Year Three we aim to beat the National Average of 85%.
- In addition to hearing your child read, the Year Three teaching team monitor quiz scores closely. If your child is not meeting the 85% benchmark, it could be that we need to try a different stage of book or tailored comprehension strategies and we will keep you updated.
- Class Dojo points will be awarded for scores of 100% and if your child is consistently scoring 100%, they will progress to an appropriate stage specific to their reading ability.
- The 'Words for Life' site has some good recommendations for reading lists appropriate for Year 3 children. Click on this link: Age 7 - 11 to see a summary.
Rights and Respects
We have been discussing which United Nations
RIGHTS we feel are the most important for children across
the globe and how we can make sure they happen for everyone.
Please ask your child about how RIGHTS and RESPECT
are promoted at Biddick Primary School.
Look at what we've been up to this term...