Weekly News 9.6.23

Welcome back to the last summer term in Year 3. This last term is going to fun and exciting term, as we are starting a new topic ‘Battle Cry’. It has been a super first week back.

In English, we have been learning about persuasive posters and started to plan our own posters about ‘How great it is to be a Roman Soldier’, persuading our audience that joining a Roman Army would be a good idea.

In Maths, Year 3 have been continuing to learn about money, solving problems using addition and subtraction strategies.

In PE, we now have a coach in on a Tuesday, learning dancing skills, we have some great movers. On a Thursday, the children are building on their athletic skills ready for Sports Day. We have also started each day to get the children to move called ‘Active Blasts’ – 5 minute exercises to get their heart pumping for the day and be ready to work.

REMINDER – PE is now on a Tuesday and Thursday this term.

In Topic, the children have been ordering dates on a timeline, learning about the key events in the Roman Era.

Battle cry overview

Pupil of the Week

In ZH this week Ruben is Pupil of the Week, for helping and being kind to others on his table.

In NS this week Alex is Pupil of the Week, for consistently showing great effort at home and at school.

Reader of the Week

In ZH this week Bella is the Reader of the Week, for great reading at home and quizzing.

In NS this week Isabella is the Reader of the Week, for reading well at home and quizzing regularly.

Superstar spellers

Well done to the following children for scoring 10/10 in their spellings this week:

Alex, Luna, Leia, Subhan and Zara.

Mathematical Rockstars

The Times Table stars this week for achieving 10/10 are:

Peyton, Alex, Rumaysaa, Amber, Edith, Isha, Shanaya-Rai, Hizar, Nancy,

Leo, Luna, Layla, Hazel, Jemima, Bailey, Leia, Eva, Subhan, Georgie, Shanaya, Chloe, Aston and Grace


Happy Birthday to Isabelle, Georgie and Riley celebrating their birthdays this week. We hope you all have a great day!

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