Reading is really important in Year 3 and children should be reading regularly at home. We encourage your child to read every night just for ten minutes and get their reading record signed. Your child should bring in their book and reading record every day.
We encourage your child to practise their times tables every week. On the class page you will find a list of times tables apps that may be helpful. Your child has also been given a Times Tables Rockstar login which is in their reading record and a Purple Mash login which will help with their times tables.
PE – Mondays and Tuesdays
Library time– Wednesday afternoon (please bring any Library books back for Wednesday)
Times Tables and Spelling Test– Friday
Jupiter’s Homework Grid
Attached is our half-termly homework grid. Hopefully there will be plenty of interesting ideas for children to chose from. Don’t forget your child can always attend homework club every Wednesday from 3.15pm until 4.15pm. We are really looking forward to seeing the children’s work!
We had a brilliant time at Hothersall Lodge on Tuesday. The rainy day did not stop us from our activities which ranged from orienteering to abseiling! In the orienteering Jupiter worked in small teams to find all 10 checkpoints. This involved reading the map and orientating it. There was some fantas…Read More
We kickstarted our Egyptians topic with an exciting Egyptian treasure hunt. In the role of archaeologists, children had to work their way through the dark and winding maze in the sensory room to find all the Egyptian artefacts. At the end of the maze there was an Egyptian mummy! After this, we then…Read More
What a great end to our STEM week! We had a fantastic PE and Maths lesson and burnt off our lunches! The class worked in teams to complete some Maths based activities using teamwork and communication whilst running around and raising their heart rates. Jupiter started off in pairs trying to make dif…Read More
This morning we have been busy learning about eco-systems. We started off looking at what an eco-system and then moved onto different examples of eco-systems. Finally, children then made their own eco-system from recycled bottles and coffee filters. The children learnt that the water from the bottom…Read More
This morning Jupiter were inspired by the Silly Science workshop to write a list poem based on impossible items in a mad scientists’s pocket. There were some fantastic ideas from invisible time machines to endless black holes. This was part of children’s independent hot task writing and the class di…Read More