Starting this term, there will be one piece of homework set on Seesaw each week. This is alongside the regular spellings and daily reading, which are still just as important.
This term, homework will focus on telling the time. There will be a new piece of homework posted every Wednesday, please complete it by the following week.
Thank you all in advance for your support and help. I know telling time can be tricky for children, but they will have support from us in school and you at home.
If you have any questions or if you need your child’s log in details for Seesaw, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
This Friday (27th November) we will be having our first birthday celebration, this is for all of the children who have had a birthday during September, October and November. These children can come to school in their own clothes and the rest of the children will either come in their normal school uniform or PE kit if it is there usual PE day.
The children do not need to bring anything in for our celebration, school will provide a cupcake and candle for each birthday child and we have planned some games to play in our bubbles where the children will have the chance to win some sweets.
We have some banners to put up in all of our classrooms and we will play some party music to try and create a fun and exciting birthday atmosphere. We hope the children enjoy celebrating with their friends!
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me (email@example.com)
The flu immunisation for the children in Reception to Year 6 will take place on Monday 23rd November 20.
As part of our commitment to make maths exciting and high profile in our school, this November we are taking part in a competition for Maths Week England. It’s called Rock Out 2020 and it’s all done online via play.ttrockstars.com.
For every correct answer to a multiplication or division question, your child will earn their class a point. The Times Tables Rock Stars platform will calculate the class average (the number of correct answers per pupil in the class who play during the competition hours). Winning classes in the school and in the country as a whole will be the ones with the highest average.
All game modes (Gig, Garage, Studio, etc.) will count but only from games played between 7.30am and 7.30pm on Monday 9th, Tuesday 10th, Wednesday 11th, Thursday 12th, Friday 13th and Saturday 14th.
In the spirit of the competition, please don’t play on their behalf but by all means encourage and support them to the extent that it doesn’t cause high stress levels or impact on family plans. We suggest a limit of half an hour a day outside school hours – some will play more, some will play less.
Thanks for your support and Rock out!
Homework this week.
Complete the spelling sheet attached to practice your spellings. Once you have practiced the spellings you must then complete the spelling quiz on purple mash.
Times table rock stars
Help your team as much as you can! We need everyone to join in.
The minimum expectation is that all children read at least four times per week at home. Please ensure an adult signs their reading record to acknowledge this. Remember, every time you read it goes towards your reading challenge.
If you have any questions please contact me on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 3, 4 and 5 will battle it out for a precious first win of the year. The pressure is on year 4 as last year’s champions. Can they hold onto the title this year?
The battle will commence today at 16:00 and will run throughout the week. Once all of the times table blood has been shed, the battle will end next Tuesday 20th October at 08:00.
Remember, your team needs you! Every point counts.
Good luck 🙂 and let battle commence.
If you have any questions, please ask your class teacher.
Mr Harvey, Mr Lamb and Miss Jameson.
Hello year 3 and 5
Homework this week.
Complete the spelling sheet attached to practice this week’s spellings. Once you have practiced the spellings you must also complete the spelling quiz on Purple mash.
Times Table Rock Stars
You must complete 10 sessions on garage mode.
The minimum expectation is that children read at least four times per week at home. Year 3, you can now access reading plus at home. This can then be written into your reading record and will count towards our reading challenge.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding homework, please contact me on: email@example.com
This week’s homework for year three and five is now on Seesaw.
Just to clarify, Home learning activities on Seesaw are for any children that are isolating and have not attended school that day. If your child has attended school then there s no requirement to complete the home learning tasks.
Home learning activities will always be marked as home learning and will cover English, Maths and a foundation lesson.
Homework will always be marked as homework with a spelling sheet attached.
If you have any further questions please get in touch.
Year 3 Presentations 2020-2021
Please let me know if you have any questions
Hello Year Three,
Moving forward, all homework will be uploaded to Seesaw on a Tuesday and must be completed by the following Tuesday.
Use the spelling list attached to Seesaw to practice your spellings. Once you have practiced, log on to Purple mash and complete the spelling quiz in the ToDo section. Our spelling assessment will be every Tuesday.
Times Table Rock Stars
Complete three sound checks on TTRS (make sure you are ready for the upcoming battles).
The minimum expectation is that all children read at least four times at home throughout the week. Please ensure that an adult signs to acknowledge this in the reading records.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding homework, please let a member of the year three team know before it is due on Tuesday.