Year 3 - Class 3L - Autumn 2020

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Our class teacher is Miss Little.
Our Teaching Assistant is Miss Bligh. 


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P.E. is on Tuesday and Wednesday. P.E kits should remain in school.

Homework is given out on a Monday and is due in on a Friday. Dojo points are awarded for the return of completed homework.
Children will be tested on their spellings and times tables every Friday.

Please read with your child every night and bring their books back to school every Friday! Children will receive Dojo points for reading at home!

Music is on a Monday and French is on a Tuesday.

Please use TT Rockstars and Spelling Shed to further consolidate learning!  They are a fun and engaging way for your child to learn their times tables and spellings.


  Your children will have their personal login and can access these resources via the internet or an app. Children can practise relevant times tables and spellings, including their homework spellings in a fun, interactive way.


  Link to Spelling Shed:  

 Link to TT Rockstars:

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Please read with your child every night.

They will earn points and rewards for their reading efforts at home.

 Reading records should be signed by an adult to earn these rewards

Please only bring your reading books to school on a Friday! 


Class 4 Spellings | Richard Crosse Primary School
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In ICT we are learning about how to stay safe online, including how to use our passwords correctly. Today we studied spoof websites and identified the incorrect information before we created our own on PurpleMash!
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In Science we are learning about plants. We labelled diagrams of plants and trees using scientific language. We had fun cutting and sticking the different parts to create and label a tree and flower.
We have been learning about and reading poems about thunderstorms. We looked at the layout and features of different poems before practising and learning the poem Thunderstorms by WH Davies. We had fun using our expression and intonation to perform the poems to the class.
To help develop our ICT skills we used the iPads during our Science lesson! We learned how to sign into and navigate Google Classroom and used our typing and editing skills to edit the document Miss Little had assigned for us. We had lots of fun and enjoyed helping each other!
We had lots of fun today with Kev from Earthworks. We worked together to discuss the different parts of plants and to plant our own bulbs/seeds as part of our experiment. We enjoyed learning outdoors and exploring our school grounds for different plant life.
We planted bulbs in four different conditions as part of our experiment to determine what plants need to grow and survive. We have given one water and sunlight, one water but no sunlight, one sunlight but no water and one does not have water or sunlight. We have placed them in appropraite places in our classroom and are excited to watch them grow. Over the next few weeks we will observe them and measure their growth. 
Can you predict which plant will grow the most? Can you predict which plant will be the healthiest? Why?
Keep your eyes peeled for our results!
Student Council - St. Wilfrid's R.C. College
Well done to Skye, who was voted 3L class councillor!
Physical Education - River Heights Elementary School
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We are learning how to control our instruments and follow the conductor. We are learning to listen to the music and follow the beat and rhythm.
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We had lots of fun using different shading techniques to add detail to our observational drawings of leaves. We looked closely at the leaves and focused on their shapes and features, using light and hard strokes to create texture and detail.
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We had so much fun printing with paint! We created a stencil template using our observational drawings as inspiration, painted them with Autumnal colours and pressed the print into our books. Look at the amazing results!