Welcome back Year 3 – Spring Term 2 3.3.23

Welcome back Year 3! We are into the next Spring Term and it has been a very busy first week! The children have been introduced to their new term topic ‘Britain is Great!’ We also had a fantastic World Book Day.

In English, we are beginning to create acrostic poems, linking with landmarks around the UK.

In Maths, we are learning about fractions and focused on unit and non-unit fractions.

In Science, the children have been understanding the importance of our skeleton by naming certain bones.

On Thursday this week, the children had a fantastic time celebrating World Book Day. Thank you to all the children and parents who took their time creating wonderful characters with their potatoes. They were all amazing! The Year 3s spent the morning, moving round the Year 3 and Year 4 classes, having the opportunity to listen to other teacher’s stories and take part in some activities. The children absolutely loved the morning!

Thank you to all the grown ups who came to our ‘come and read’ sessions. It was lovely to see so many of you!

Britain is Great!

Below are some useful facts and vocabulary that we will be using through our topic this half term.

PE Days

This half term, our new PE days are Wednesday & Friday.

PE Kit- White T-shirt, red school jumper or cardigan, black leggings/ trousers or shorts and sensible trainers

Pupil of the Week

The Pupil of the Week award in 2NS goes to Ava! Ava is always polite and remember her manners. She is also a thoughtful friend. Well done!

The Pupil of the Week award in 2ZH goes to Zara! For settling into her new classroom really well. Well done Zara!

Reading Stars

Our reading stars this week are:

Bailey for reading 3 times a week! Well done!

Esmae for reading at home much more regularly this week and for super quiz scores!

Superstar Spellers!

Well done to the following children for achieving 10/10 on this weeks spellings:

Bella, Georgie, Eva, Leo, Ellisia, Rumaysaa, Isha, Shanaya-Rai, Hizar and Alex!

Times table Stars!

Well done to the following children for achieving 13/13 on this weeks times table test:

Rumaysaa, Toyah, Edith, Hizar, Isabelle, Alex, Musa, Leo, Luna, Laila, Harry, Leia, Subhan, Eva, Shanaya G and Chloe!

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