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Hello everybody, 

 

We have had another brilliant week in Year 3! We loved Faith and Culture Day, particularly the food tasting and the African drumming workshop! The children looked fabulous in their outfits and it was so interesting learning about everybody's culture! In History, we ordered events from the Stone Age to the Iron Age on a timeline. The children also enjoyed learning about how animals get their nutrition in Science!


Please ensure that your child brings a water bottle with them each day. Please ensure this is filled with water

 

Remember that these resources are for children who are self isolating. If you are self isolating, please feel free to email pieces of work to your child's class teacher. We will be completing the tasks in school for all other children. 

 

Please if you ever have any questions, come and speak to your class teacher.

 

Team 3

Week beginning 17th January 2022

 

 

Maths

 

Day 1: To multiply 2 digits by 1 digit with exchanging.

Day 2: To divide a 2 digit by a 1 digit number without exchanging.

Day 3: To divide a 2 digit by a 1 digit number with exchanging.

Day 4: To divide a 2 digit by a 1 digit number with exchanging.

Day 5: To be able to scale numbers. 

English

 

Day 1: To summarise what has been read.

Day 2: To understand the features of a newspaper report.

Day 3: To find real life features of a newspaper report.

Day 4: To understand how a good headline is written.

Day 5: To make predictions.

Tuesday - Friday English slides

Afternoon lessons

 

Ash- Monday: Science, Tuesday: History, Wednesday: RHSE, Thursday: Art, Friday: French

 

Elm- Monday: Science, Tuesday: History, Wednesday: RHSE, Thursday: Art, Friday: French

 

Oak- Monday: Science, Tuesday: History, Wednesday: RHSE, Thursday: Art, Friday: French

 

Fir- Monday: Science, Tuesday: History, Wednesday: RHSE, Thursday: Art, Friday: French

 

Yew- Monday: Science, Tuesday: History, Wednesday: RHSE, Thursday: Art, Friday: French

 

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Have a go at sketching one of these Stone Age animals.

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