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Dragons Den Class! 

Meet Our Team:

 

Miss Bridgewater - Class Teacher

Mrs Smithson - Learning Support Assistant 

Mrs Hinchcliffe - Learning Support Assistant 

Our Classroom...

Class Book Theme

Class Book Theme  1 'How to Train your Dragon' by Cressida Cowell.

Our Topics:

 

Autumn- Stone Age to Celts

Spring- Wider World

Summer- Ancient Greece

PE

 

Children are expected to bring their PE kits into school on a Monday and take them home again on a Friday. Although we have regular PE slots allocated, children should have their kits available in school at all times. 

Outdoor PE- Monday 

Indoor PE- Thursday 

Home Learning

 

Reading- 

Your child will be given a reading book which will be sent home daily, please listen to your child reading at home and then sign their reading records. Those pupils who meet our school target by reading three or more times at home, will be given a raffle ticket which offers them the opportunity to win a book at the end of every half term! 

*Please note that pupils are expected to bring both their reading books and reading records into school with them everyday, so that teachers can read with them at school. 

 

Read and Respond- 

On a Friday, children will be sent home with their Read and Respond folders. Inside the folder will be a note indicating the page numbers that they need to read at home. Please read and enjoy these pages of the book with your child, before the next Read and Respond lesson (the following Friday). 

 

Homework- 

Maths/English homework will be given out every Thursday, children are expected to complete it and hand it in by the following Wednesday. 

 

Spellings-

Your child will bring home 10 spellings on a Friday, which they are expected to learn at home ready for the following Friday. 

 

 

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Times Tables

By the end of Year 3, children are expected to know their 3, 4 and 8 times tables, along with their 2's, 5's and 10's which they learnt in Year 2. Please help your child to remember their times tables by practising with them regularly at home.

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