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Year 3

Welcome to Class 3. 

I hope you all had a fantastic holiday and are excited about being a junior. I am really looking forward to teaching you this year.

There are lots of fantastic things happening in Year 3 this year. I hope you will be very happy and that it will be a very special time for you.

Home/School Diaries.

These will be checked and signed every Monday. Please ask your parents/carers to sign them each week. If you have an important message from home then please leave your diary on my desk in the morning as you come in.

There is now a Reading Record page in the diary. You need to record the book and page you have read up to each evening. You should be reading for a minimum of 20 minutes each day. You will also be set a vocabulary task or question about your reading book which you need to answer in the diary in the last box on the Reading Record side.

Homework

 As well as reading each day you will also have Maths and English homework each week. Maths will be given out each Friday and needs to be handed in no later than the following Thursday. English homework will consist of either a reading comprehension/short written piece as well as a punctuation/grammar activity. These will be given out each Tuesday and need to be handed in no later than the following Monday. Spellings will be given out on a Wednesday and you will be tested on them the following Wednesday. You will find your spellings in your Homework Diary. 

You should spend no longer than 15 minutes on each homework task. If you haven't finished it in 15 minutes then don't worry.

You will also be given a topic home learning task each half term.

 

Once again Year 3 have been invited to participate in Gospel singing lessons. This happens every week and culminates in a performance at the Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool in the summer.

 

Warrington Wolves are visiting the school this half term to work with Year 3. We are then invited to take part in a tag rugby festival. This is a fun event against other Warrington schools.

 

If parents have any free time, then I would welcome any help in the class. Just let me know.

 

Thank you. Mrs McClellan

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