Archive – 2014/2015 – Year 3

Year 3 is taught by Miss Ractliffe

New Curriculum Overview

Below are the topic maps and home learning tasks. There is no set time period for this topic, it might last for 3 weeks or 8, we will see where the children take it!

Topic map: Autumn Term 2014 Topic Overview in Year 3h

The topic map has been produced using questions from the children about what they want to learn. It may slightly change depending on where the class learning takes us.

Home Learning Tasks: Autumn Term 2014 Home Learning in Year 3 – new

Please don’t feel that your child has to complete every box. It would be great if the children could bring at least two pieces of home learning to each afternoon. The afternoons will be relaxed where children can explore others work and ideas.

Home learning sharing days:

Thursday 25th September

Thursday 9th October

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Spring

New Curriculum Overview

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Summer
century summer-term

New Curriculum Overview

Welcome back to a brand new term. How scary, summer term already, it has gone so quick! Hope you had a fantastic Easter and are ready for a busy term!

The topic this term will start with the Romans, filling it by awesome science learning as well and finally finishing the term learning about the young man himself, Kid President…I believe we all have something to learn and discover from this guy!

Please see the link below for our home learning grid this term, as before, there will be no specific hand in dates for home learning, (as for one exception which is outlined below), just please bring it in as and when. Home learning will then be shown that week.

In school we will be having an exciting afternoon where we will be having a Roman Feast. It would be fantastic if you could donate an item on the list towards our feast on the 27th April. Attached to the home learning grid is a list of recipes and single ingredients, you are invited to either make a Roman Recipe from the list (or your own) or simply donate something to our feast! This will be an exciting opportunity for the children to become Romans, so please, we’d love you to get involved!

Below is the collation of questions that the children would like to find out (based on today’s work) specifically about the Romans for now. Remember their imaginations develop as they go, so this thought shower of ideas gets longer!

Finally, please make sure children bring to school a named PE kit every day, along with a water bottle. PE is scheduled for a Tuesday and Thursday afternoon.

blog Roman Feast

class questions – summer blog

Spring Term 2015 Home Learning in Year 3 (Meant to be saved as summer term!)

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