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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

 

Dear parents, carers and children,

Welcome to Year 3's Class Page! Here you will be able to find out about the learning we are enjoying in school, as well as keeping up to date with important information about the class. The children have made an excellent start to life in Key Stage 2 and we are already so proud of how well they are adapting to the daily routines. Thank you for your support at home - if you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact the school office (admin@olol.org.uk) and we will get back to you as soon as we can!

Kind regards,

Mr Bell and Miss Gill

 

Parent Information Meeting (Part 1)

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Parent Information Meeting Part 2

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Important information

 

Mr Bell will teach the class on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Miss Gill will teach the class on Thursdays and Fridays.

There may be some weeks where this is different but we will always let the children know ahead of any changes to the normal routine.

 

PE will be taught on Mondays and Wednesdays. Please send your child to school in their PE kit on these days.

 

Children have now been set up on our new reading scheme. Thank you for your support in helping your child to read daily at home.

 

Home Learning will begin in Term 1 Week 5. This will be designed to support the children in practising core spelling, number and handwriting skills, as well as including ideas for enrichment at home!

Home Learning will be sent out each Friday, to be returned every Wednesday

Term 1

English - Here We Are

In Year 3, like the rest of the school, we have used Oliver Jeffers' heartfelt text to help us re-engage with school life after a prolonged period of time at home. In the book, which Jeffers wrote for his son, he articulates how awe-inspiring the world is and how lucky we are to belong here, along with the special people in our lives who are closest to us. It has helped us to reflect on our own 'happy' places where we feel calm and relaxed, as well as showing appreciation for the people we love. In our writing, we have focused on the importance of protecting our common home, in particular those we share it with, by planning and writing a persuasive letter to the school community to help  encourage us to act sensibly, be mindful and feel safe during this peculiar time we are currently living in. We look forward to sharing these with you once we have completed them!
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