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  • Willow Class Homework – Term 5

    Published 12/05/19, by Stephen Taylor

    Choose one piece of homework from the list below to do each week. You are not expected to complete all pieces.

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  • Willow Class Newsletter – Summer

    Published 12/05/19, by Stephen Taylor

    Dear Families,

    Willow Class are finding their feet and settling into life as a Year 3. We have already made a fantastic start to the New Year and are looking forward to all that is to come in this new term. There are lots of exciting things planned for this half term and I am enjoying getting to know each child better and becoming a part of their learning journey. The accompanying curriculum map will help you to know what the children will be focusing on and help to support their learning at home.

    Here are a few things for you to note about Year 3:

    Independence

    Independence is something which we are always encouraging and developing. To help with this, I would like to ask that in the morning, you drop your child off so that they come into class on their own. As Year 3s now, they need to be organising themselves, ready to start the day. 

    Reading records

    Each child has a new reading record book. Please ensure you write in this each night when you hear your child read. It is so important that your child has the opportunity to read to an adult each evening and that discussion of their book, the characters and events in the story take place. 

    PE

    We will be having PE on a Tuesday morning and Wednesday afternoon. 

    Snack

    Please send in a snack with your child to eat at break time as we do not provide the children with a snack now that they are in Key Stage 2. As we are a healthy school, the snack they bring in must be a piece of fruit or a vegetable.

    Homework

    The children will be given homework books with their homework grid sheet stuck in. This explains what they need to do but please do ask if you have any questions. These activities are in addition to reading, spellings and times tables activities.

    Parent helpers

    Please let me know if you are keen to come in to listen to children read during the school day. Any volunteers would be greatly appreciated.

    Best wishes,
    Mrs Jo Hall

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