Google classroom is a fantastic resource which enables children to log in to our online classroom to access work, communicate with us and submit work and pictures or videos of learning.
All work from now on will be through the Google Classroom.
You should have been sent your email address along with the original password which you should have changed.
If you need any help just email.
Check out the Literacy, Reading and Maths pages for some new learning opportunities.
Please use the class emails to contact the class teachers, send in photos of work or just to stay in touch.
The wonderful BBC have now made sure that you can access a English and Maths lesson everyday. They are arranged by year group and have several activities for each lesson. Check it out using the link below.
Simply click on the lesson, follow the instructions and off you go.
Following school closure advice: you will already be aware that Home Learning Packs have been sent home with your child and are available from the school office. (until 3:30pm 20/3/2020).
As reopening times are uncertain at present, we hope you will find the following links helpful in supporting home learning for your child/children:
Welcome to Team Elm
Miss Hiscock and Miss Laker
Welcome to Team Holly
Mrs Bowley and Mrs Coombe
Welcome back. We hope you all had a relaxing break and are ready for a fun term!
In literacy we are reading the story of 'Letters from the Lighthouse' by Emma Carroll. This is a great story about a young girl who is evacuated to the countryside during World War 2 and the people she meets. The children will be writing their own version of a meeting story and using their knowledge of adjectives, adverbs and prepositions to make their stories interesting.
In science the children will be conducting a range of fun science experiments to build on their investigation skills. We will be finding out about how things dissolve, density of liquids as well as making our own mini lava lamps.
Our Topic is the 'History of Medicine'. We will be finding out about famous doctors and nurses, how medicines have changed which all link in with our trip to the hospital tunnels at Dover Castle.
Don't forget to make sure your child has their reading record signed every day and in school so they can get their reading certificates.
Year 3 Homework
Spellings – Spelling homework is given out on a Friday and should be completed by the following Monday. Spelling tests will be on a Monday. This should be in their homework folder
Maths – Maths homework is given out on a Friday to be completed by the following Monday. This should be in their homework folder.
Topic – Topic homework is given at the beginning of the term. Children can choose what to complete and will score points to work towards a certificate. Topic homework may be given in at any time during the term.
Homework folders will be given out every Friday and need to be given in every MONDAY.
Reading - Children should read with an adult EVERY night. Their reading records must be signed and dated to show the child has read. Reading record should be in class every day.