This half term our topic is THE STONE AGE - IRON AGE. We will be looking at life in this time and thinking about how people survived. What did our ancestors learn and what did they teach us?
Events:- Stone Age Workshop - Tuesday 5th November.
This term we will be looking at the Sacrament of Baptism and Advent.
In English we will be developing our reading, writing, spellings and grammar skills through a range of fiction and non-fiction writing opportunities - the focus will be on Stone Age information texts and diary writing, empathising with people who lived in the Stone Age. Key speaking and listening skills will be extended through role plays and drama.
Guided Reading sessions and reading across the curriculum will enable children to develop a love of reading. Please help your child by listening to them read for 10-20mins every night! Reading Records should be signed regularly and they will be collected every Thursday for a member of staff to sign. Children should change their reading books regularly throughout the week, whenever they need to.
In Maths we will consolidate children's understanding of Place Value and then use this knowledge to solve addition and subtraction problems. Children will be challenged to apply the skills learnt to gain a deeper understanding of the application of mathematical concepts in the real world.
Keep learning your times tables - You should know your 2s, 5s and 10s from Year 2!
- Year 3 will focus on 3s, 4s and 8s.
Homework - Log on to TT Rockstars to practice those timestables and weekly activities will be set on My Maths, based on the topics being covered in class.
In Science we will be learning about Light.
In Topic we will be looking at The Stone Age - Iron Age, thinking about the lives of the people in those times, what they learned and how they survived.
KEY DATES AND INFORMATION
SACRAMENTAL PROGRAMME 2020
- Wednesday 10.45am Swimming - children walk to Arcadia Swimming Baths and need to bring a water proof jacket along with their swimming kit.
Swimming Kit - GIRLS - one piece swimming costumes (no bikinis).
- Girls must wear a swimming hat if their hair covers their eyes or airways.
BOYS - a pair of traditional swimming trunks (no bermudas or long shorts are allowed).
- Boys must wear a swimming hat if their hair covers their eyes or airways.
All children require a towel.
Goggles are not permitted unless it is for medical reasons and a letter from a doctor or
an optician stating this will be required.
Children receive 3 pieces of homework each week.
MONDAY - Weekly spellings to learn which are tested on the Friday.
MY MATHS - Online activities linked to class work.
FRIDAY - Learning Logs - An ideas sheet will be handed out at the beginning of each half term. Learning Logs to be brought in school on a Friday and to be shared with the class.
In addition to this children take home reading books and should read these regularly at home. Parents should sign reading records regularly and reading records.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask.