Well Done Year 3!- 20.1.23

A super week in Y3 this week and the children have been working their socks off. Well done everyone!

English – In English, we have been developing our creative ideas to help planning our narrative stories about a ‘Stone Age boy / girl’. The children have been developing their vocabulary, building on their noun phrases.

Maths – The children have been challenged this week with their multiplication skills, working out multiplying 2 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers. They really tried their best, solving problems too!

Science – In Science, we have been developing our knowledge on rocks, taking a closer look at a variety of rocks and identify some properties.

Guided Reading – In our whole class reading, the children read a non-fiction text about Stone Age facts, working through word meaning and retrieval questions and summarising the text.

PE – The children have worked together in small groups, developing their defending skills in hockey.

PE Days

This half term, our PE days are Monday & Thursday.

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 in 2NS is Caesar! Caesar has been working really hard in all lessons. He has also been trying extra hard to listen and stay fully focussed.

The Pupil of the Week in 2ZH is Aya, for settling in school and ready to start the day in class!

Reader of the Week

The Reader of the Week in 2NS is Isabelle! Isabelle is always enthusiastic towards her reading. She is always keen to quiz and gets excited with her fantastic scores! Well done!

The Reader of the Week in 2ZH is Layla! Layla has been doing an amazing job with her reading quizzes. She is a star!

Super Spellers this Week

The Super Spellers this Week for achieving 10/10 are:

Isabelle, Lewis, Alex, Ava, Hizar, Rumaysaa, Isha, Edith, Rayan, Luna, Musa, Shanaya G, Ellisia, Grace and Subhan!

Mathematical Rockstars

The Times Table Stars this Week for achieving 13/13 are:

Hizar, Isha, Toyah, Amber, Isabelle, Alex, Lewis, Musa, Leo, Ellisia, Bailey, Leia, Subhan, Georgie, Shanaya G and Chloe!

Homework Award

The Homework Award in 2NS goes to Alex and Amber! The presentation and effort in their books is amazing and they are always proud to share their work.

The Homework Award in 2ZHi goes to Leo and Jack, for completing the task and trying their best.

Well Done!

Sports Award

The Sports Award in 2NS goes to Lewis! Lewis demonstrated PASSION when taking part in hockey team games. Well done!

The Sports Award in 2ZH goes to Hazel, for PASSION and showed enjoyment and skill within her hockey lesson this week. Well Done!

Respect Award

The respect Award in 2NS went to Alex! Alex always listens and follows the Golden Rules. He is a star!

The Respect Award in 2ZH went to Shanaya G! She is always polite and remembers her manners! Well done!

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