Year 3 Homework is now on Google Classroom...
The Primary School Wednesday Word is an outreach which shares Sunday's Gospel with all school families, in a unique way. The Wednesday Word can be found by clicking on this link: http://www.wednesdayword.org/school/index.htm
Remember to log into your account https://charanga.com/yumu using the details e-mailed to you. Work through the activities at your own pace.
last week's history powerpoint
last week's re
|First Communion preparation 5 (1).pdf||Download|
|light of the world .docx||Download|
Children of key workers who are coming into school,you will have new books to work in and any sheets will be printed for you. You can bring a reading book at the start of the week that will then need to stay in school for that week.
This term's values and virtues:
Churches are closed for mass but you can still tune in to live, streamed masses using the link below.
Remember to say your prayers every day and pray for people who are poorly, aswell as asking St Joseph to protect our families, friends and school community.
You could write some of these prayers in your exercise book if you like.
Oxford Owl are offering free online reading books which are linked to book bands https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/
! Bug club are accepting previously used usernames and passwords to access their online books.
Continue to work through the Statutory word list for Years 3 and 4.
- Choose five words at a time from statutory list. (see below)
Discuss their meanings and how pupils might remember them. e.g. mnemonics (big elephants can always understand small elephants = because)
Pupils use one of the strategies already taught to learn these words:
Identifying the tricky part of the word
• Pyramid words
• Trace, copy, replicate
• Look, say, cover, write, check
• Drawing around the word to show the shape.
- More tips for learning spellings: https://www.theschoolrun.com/teachers-tricks-make-spelling-easy
This is a really good opportunity for children to get to grips with all the times tables.
The BBC supermovers website https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers has a great range of times tables songs as well as lots of other active learning lessons. Well worth a look!
There are also times tables resources on MyMaths.
Don't forget to go on TT rockstars regularly.
More Websites to support learning: