Class 3

Welcome to Team 3!

Miss Sleath                 Mrs Franklin                                  Mrs Hallam

Welcome to the Autumn term

Welcome to Team Three and to the Autumn Term!

We are so excited to welcome the children to Key Stage Two and get to know them all. We cannot wait to see how the children grow and develop over the year.

We will be supporting the children with their transition and throughout the year with lots of PSHE activities. This will include helping them to identify and regulate their emotions as well as easing any anxieties the children may have.

Communication is highly important to us in order to meet the needs of your child and allow them to reach their full potential. Please do contact myself (via Class Dojo or the school office) if you have any queries or if you would like to share any information about your child. Please check Class Dojo, Teams and this webpage regularly for important messages. If you are experiencing any difficulties with Class Dojo or Teams, please email the school office and we can hopefully sort this out for you.

We appreciate your continued commitment and support for our children. Thank you for everything you are doing and continue to do.

Letter to parents and carers:

Year 3 intro letter to parents and carers

The below document contains details about our curriculum this half term:

Year 3 topic web Aut1

If possible, please bring your child to school with a water bottle (with a name label). Thank you for ensuring that your child does not bring any unnecessary items to school.

PE

The children will now need to bring their PE kits to school for them to change into. Please ensure their clothing and bags are clearly labelled to avoid losing items.

Talk Homework

Talk homework will be uploaded to Teams every Friday.

Multiplication practice

Multiplication practice will be sent home every Friday (on paper).

Spellings

Spellings will be uploaded to Teams every Tuesday.

Reading

It is expected that the children read at home three times per week and that a signature is provided in their reading diaries to evidence this.