• Mathletics (on-line): 3 tasks that should take approximately 30 minutes
• Read Theory (on-line): This should be for approximately 20 minutes. This is a reading comprehension website that the children MUST complete unaided. If adults help it will skew the difficulty of text presented to the children.
• Spelling Shed (on-line): The children will have the opportunity to practise the spellings that they will be tested on in the following week.
• English activity: This will be completed by accessing Google Classroom. Instructions for how to access Google classroom can be found on the year group blog. The children have logged into their new Google Classroom in school and have a record of their passwords for SpellingShed, ReadTheory and Mathletics.
Please speak to your child’s class teacher if there are any issues.
Dear Parents and Carers,
We have had an amazing first week back and it is great to see all the children happy and engaged with their learning. Whilst there is no homework this week the children have been asked to think about whether they would like to stand for election for School Council, Charity Committee, Eco Committee, and Science Ambassador in their respective class.
Children will only be chosen for one role but they may apply for multiple roles. This is not compulsory but if your child does wish to stand for election then they should prepare a short speech for their class explaining why they would be a suitable candidate. Elections will be held Friday September 11th in each class.
Also, any work you can do on 2’s, 5’s and 10’s times tables would be greatly appreciated. Formal homework will start next Friday on Google Classrooms which at that time they will have learned how to use.
Many thanks Year Three Team,
Ms. Helm, Mr. Roberts, Mrs. Darby