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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3

 

To ensure the children are able to retain the skills they have learnt so far across the year, we have put together a list of useful websites the children could access from any electronic device with internet access.

 

The School links are the websites the children use in school which they have log ins for

these were sent home with school packs

The website Links below are general and can be used by all children

click on the Icons to see links for each subject

Twitter

Follow the Y3 classes on Twitter to keep up to date with what the children are doing at Grange

Mrs Steele - Tees Mrs Connor - High Force

 

Practical Learning at Home Ideas (No technology needed for a lot!)

 

If you open the documents below they give a variety of ideas that you can try at home. A lot of the activities don't require technology! Use your book to record them or photographs or just complete them for your own enjoyment and don't record them.

Important Information

Welcome to Year 3!

You have now started Key Stage 2!

 

Parents and Carers

If any parent or carer has any questions or concerns Mrs Steele and Mrs Connor are always available to talk at the end of the school day. At the beginning of the day we are with our classes but if it is vital to speak to us straight away please ask at the door.

 

Children

If any children have questions or concerns please talk to Mrs Connor or Mrs Steele about them. We also have a worry monster in each class who loves to eat your worries. 

 

PE

P.E. is on Wednesday afternoons. We keep our P.E. kit in school all of the time in case we have an extra P.E. lesson or have to change our P.E. day.

 

Reading

Please try to read every night for at least 10 minutes to build up your strength (stamina) and speed (fluency). Don't forget to ask an adult at home or your teacher to explain if there are any words or parts that you don't understand. 

 

Homework

The only homework in Y3 is reading! We ask the children to read at least 4 times every week. If the children would like extra homework Mrs Connor and Mrs Steele are happy to provide this.

Parents / Carers - What you can do to help at home
  • Read regularly with your child and discuss what is happening in their reading book.
  • Watch the news and discuss what is happening in the world.
  • Count in ones up to 1000!
  • Count in twos, fives, and tens and see how far they can go!

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