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- 18th JunGreen for Grenfell
Last Friday marked the two-year anniversary of the tragic events that occurred at the Grenfell Tower, on 14th June 2017
- 11th JunSummer Fayre donations
The Summer Fayre is only a few days away!
- 11th JunSchool Journey Celebration Assembly
After a wonderful, action-packed week in Osmington Bay, the Year 6s are back to enjoy their final few weeks at Servite. As a celebration of their time on school journey, there will be a special (fun!) certificates assembly on Tuesday 18th June at 2:45pm for the Year 6 class. We hope that as many Year 6 parents as possible can join us for this special event.
- 11th JunEnd of Key-Stage Assessment (SATs) Results information
The DfE have released useful guides for parents of children in Years 2 and 6 regarding the End of Key-Stage assessments (SATs)
- 14th MaySports Week 2019
Next week is one of our favourite weeks in the school calendar - Sports Week! Mr Abbassy has been busy organising an active, fun-packed timetable for all the children.
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Year 3 Staff
Miss Langford - Class Teacher
Miss Millard - Teaching Assistant
Current topic (Summer 1)
Get your wellies on and let’s wade right in! This half term, we’ll visit a local river to find out what lives there, where the river is going and how fast it’s travelling. Using our creativity, we’ll write journals as river travellers and we’ll investigate the water cycle. Our descriptive river poetry will capture the movement of water, and we’ll mix watercolours to create beautiful paintings in art. Our map reading and research skills will help us to find out about world famous rivers.
Previous topic (Spring 2)
What happens when the Earth shakes? In this project, we’ll find out about the dangerous world of natural disasters and their deadly effects. This half term we’ll gather rock samples, find out about different types of rocks and sort them according to their properties. By carrying out research, we’ll investigate the Earth’s layers and the location of volcanoes, discovering what causes them to erupt. We’ll write powerful poetry inspired by our work on volcanoes. Working as archaeologists, we’ll locate Mount Vesuvius on a map and find out what it was like to live in Pompeii during the eruption. Using our model making skills, we’ll build earthquake-proof structures and test them out. We’ll also use different modelling materials to create a volcano – watch out, it’s going to blow!
Topics covered this term: Place Value, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.
Click these links to visit some websites we recommend for various Maths games and activities:
Year 3 are looking at place value in 3-digit numbers.
As well as 2, 5 and 10, by the end of Year 3 children should be able to confidently recall facts for the 3, 4 and 8 times tables.
Oliver and the Seawigs by Philip Reeve and Sarah Mcintyre
The Firework Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman
'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' by Roald Dahl
'Emil and the Detectives' by Erich Kastner.
Non-fiction books about the Ancient Greeks
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You can find this week's spellings on the Homework Cover Sheet
Please help your child practise the spellings each week, ready for the test on Friday morning.
If you enjoy reading the Wednesday Word with your child, why not check out the Wednesday Word Kids' Area, where there are games and activities to support their scriptural education.
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