Meet the Team

Miss B Lambert

Teacher

Mr G Lomax

Teaching Assistant

Welcome to Year 3!

Welcome to Sycamore class (Year 3) we are so excited to start our new school year with 21 wonderful children. They have made an impressive start to the year and have settled in well.

Throughout this year, we will continue to use Seesaw to share homework and various messages. In addition, we are now using Seesaw as your child’s reading record. Please use your child’s new Seesaw login to access the new activities. I look forward to getting to know both you and your children more throughout the year.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or queries. You can do this via email, through the school office or catch me at the start or end of the day.

 

Miss Lambert and Mr Lomax

blambert@trawden.lancs.sch.uk

 

Year 3 - Welcome Letter

 

Timetable / Key Dates

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

 Forest School

 

Book change day

Times table & spelling test

 

 

 

P.E

Homework set

    Please bring in reading books everyday    

 

Homework

 

Tasks: Every Friday your child will be set homework on Seesaw / MyMaths. Your child will be shown how to complete the task in class before attempting to complete it at home.

Spellings: We will share ten words linked to a spelling rule we have been practising in class for your child to learn each week. There will also be an additional 1-2 common exception words, which will not be linked to the spelling rule practised. There will be a spelling test the following Friday for children to show what they have learnt. All spellings will be added to Seesaw each week.   

Reading: We will only be changing books once a week for the first term (Wednesday) when the children will be given one or two books (depending on the length of the book your child chooses) to read at home. Please access reading in other ways such as through local libraries and books you have at home. Please support your child at home by listening to them read daily. We are no longer using reading records however we'd love to hear how well your child has read at home, so please add photos, comments and videos of them reading at home onto Seesaw. We will share the best examples with the class! 


Times tables: Each Friday your child will complete a times table test, the times table they need to practise will change as and they progress. This information will be posted on Seesaw on Fridays along with an activity to complete. Your child will practise their time tables in school but it would benefit them to practise at home too, they can do this on Times Table Rockstars.

 

 

Click below for links to homework.

                                     

 

Year 3 Topics and Bucket List Activities

 

Autumn 1 (02.09.20 – 21.10.20)

Spring 1 (05.01.21 – 11.02.21)

Summer 1 (19.04.21 – 27.05.21)

Topic Title

Bucket List

Topic Title

Bucket List

Topic Title

Bucket List

Let there be light!

Make Dragon Eyes

Bronze age to Iron age

Write a letter to a new friend

All about me

Have an art day

Autumn 2 (01.11.20 – 17.12.20)

Spring 2 (21.02.21 – 01.04.21)

Summer 2 (07.06.21 – 20.07.21)

Topic Title

Bucket List

Topic Title

Bucket List

Topic Title

Bucket List

We will Rock You!

Become a cave person for the day

How does your garden grow?

Veg growing competition

To be Announced

To be Announced

 

Reminders

 

Water: Please ensure that your child has a bottle of water every day, labelled with their name, to keep them hydrated throughout the day.

 

Uniform: Please make sure that all uniform is named.

 

Snack: They can bring in a healthy snack, which can be eaten at morning or afternoon break, which must be kept in their coat pocket or book bag. 

 

Forest School: Please bring waterproof clothing and wellies on their Forest School dates. This could be a waterproof all-in-one suit or separate waterproof trousers and coat. This will make it easier for the children to put on over their school uniform and mean that they will not need to get changed in school.

 

P.E kits: We will be doing PE outside as much as possible so please ensure that your child has the appropriate kit for this. Their kit can remain in school for the half term. 

 

Book Bags: We aim to promote more independence in Year 3, so we no longer check book bags. Children will be asked daily if they have anything in them, however it is their responsibility to bring their books / letters into class.

 

Reading Books: Please could you ensure your child brings their reading book to school everyday so they have the opportunity to read it in class as well as at home. 

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