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Welcome to Year Three
Year 3 Team Mrs Kathryn Clarke Mr John Ireland Mrs Mary-Ellen Bailey Mrs Alison Palette Mrs Gillian Wilson Mrs Hema Adavikolanu Mr John Measures Mr John Smaje Mrs Carol Dovey Mrs Sue Cave Mrs Mandy Cannar and Mrs Jill Davidson
Beginning and Ends of Day Arrive on playground from 8. 40 Staff supervise the playground before school Line up on the Junior playground at 8. 50 Parents please stay behind lines unless you have an urgent message Please give messages to any member of the Year 3 team End of the day - please don’t wait by the Year 3/4 doors Children will come to the infant or junior playgrounds Staff will wait by the Year 3 doors, if your child cannot find you they can come back to us
Meeting with a teacher Please give urgent messages to any member of the Year 3 team in the morning Staff will wait by the year 3 doors at the end of the day If you need an appointment - speak to Mrs Hitchins in the morning and we will arrange to see you or give you a call as soon as possible Formal parents evening in the Spring term Open evening in the Summer term
What does your child need? PE Kit - leave in school all week - drawstring bag - black shorts, t-shirt white or house colour, trainers/pumps, change of socks, tracksuit School Book Bag – Plastic folder for books - Reading record and book - Homework books Art apron – please keep in PE bag all the time Water bottle Pencil cases – only used for wet day play Small named purse or envelope for lunch money Coat, sun hat, hat and gloves Please tie long hair back and leave jewellery at home, where possible PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WE ARE REALLY SHORT OF SPACE, LABEL EVERYTHING, LOST PROPERTY RETURNED DIRECTLY TO CHILD OR LEFT IN CLOAKROOM
Daily Timetable 8. 50 9. 00 10. 30 10. 45 11. 05 12. 15 1. 30 2. 30 3. 30 – Registration – Literacy, reading groups – School Meeting – Morning Break – Numeracy – Lunch – Individual Reading – Foundation subjects – session 1 – Foundation subjects – session 2 – End of Day
Weekly Timetable Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 8. 50 Handwriting Lit. Groups Guided Reading French Lit. Groups 9. 30 Literacy /ICT Science Geography Art /DT Junior Meeting KS 2 Singing E A K Numeracy 10. 30 W. Sch Meeting Juniors Meeting 10. 45 B R 11. 05 Numeracy / ICT 12. 15 L U N C H 1. 15 Ind. Reading PE Ind. Reading Homework 1. 30 ICT RE PE Literacy 2. 30 History PSHCE P 4 C Music Gold Book Meeting
Curriculum Autumn Spring Summer History Celtic Britain, Roman Invasion. Life in Roman Britain, Vikings, Saxons. Geography Weather around the World, What’s in the news. Study of Local Area, What’s in the news. Rainforests, What’s in the news. Science Light and Shadows, Materials. Magnets and Springs, Teeth and Eating. Plants and growth, Habitats. RE Sikhism – Symbols, Worship, Teaching, Beliefs. Christianity – Symbols, Places of Worship, Festivals, Living as a Christian, Creation. Hinduism – Symbols, Worship, Celebrations, Beliefs. PSHCE New Beginnings, Rules and Responsibilites, Good to be me. Relationships, Friendships, Self Awareness, Changes. ICT and Art, Patterns and Manipulating photographs, Internet research, touch typing. Email, E-Safety, Movie Maker, Publishing posters. Powerpoint – Garden Stories, Photography, Control – Directions, Google Earth. Music Rhythm, Christmas Production. Ukuleles and Singing. Playground Singing Games, Ukuleles. French Continuous programme supported by The Holt School - Life in France, Celebrations, Food, Songs and Rhymes. Alphabet, French phonics, numbers, colours, instructions, names of objects, animals. Art and Design Technology Pattern, Celtic Patterns, Roman Mosaics. Healthy Eating/Meal, Pneumatics. Garden Design, Flower and Rainforest Art, Photograph Frames.
Curriculum Numeracy Autumn Spring Summer Place Value, Mental Strategies, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Money and real life problems, 2 D, 3 D Shape, Symmetry, Measures – Length, Data Handling. Place Value, Mental Strategies, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Money and real life problems, Position and Direction, Fractions, Measures – Time, Data Handling. Place Value, Mental Strategies, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division, Written Methods, Money and real life problems, Position and Direction, Fractions and decimals, Measures – Mass, Capacity, Data Handling. Literacy Narrative – Settings Drama and play scripts, Alphabetical texts, Poetry. Instructional Writing, Traditional stories, Information Texts, Poetry. Letters, Books by the same author, Adventure stories, Poetry. PE Team Games, Invasion Games, Dance – Creative dance. Dance – Country Dancing, Zumba fitness. Gymnastics, Swimming. Athletics, Tennis, Cricket, Rounders, Orienteering.
Assessments Continuous assessment for learning, assessing pupil progress to inform teacher assessments Reading ages – Autumn and Summer Spelling ages – Termly QCA Sats tests – May/June – Reading, Writing, Maths
Swimming Spring Term – Friday – 10. 45 – 12. 30 Ten Weeks Loddon Valley - Travel by bus Payment card - £ 30 - term or £ 3 weekly All children are assessed during first lesson by the Loddon Valley Swimming Teachers Divided into 5 or 6 ability groups Non swimmers are taught in the learner pool Swimming costume, trunks, swimming hat, towel Please help your child practise getting dry and dressing themselves quickly.
Holidays Wokingham have a new policy for holidays during term time. From September 2012 all holidays will be classed as unauthorised leave and will be shown on the child’s attendance record. Anybody requesting leave will need to attend an interview at least one month in advance, with one of the Senior Management Team and this will then be discussed with the Educational Welfare Officer. Wokingham Council are introducing a scheme where parents can be fined for unauthorised absences during term time.
Homework Literacy and Numeracy Homework - 20 -30 mins. each subject, most weeks - Given out on Friday - Handed in by Wednesday - Supports objectives covered in class - Main objective is to become organised, independent and develop study skills - Spare homework sheets in tray in class - Any difficulties – please let us know Reading – please continue to read with your child every day, record all reading in diary, diaries need to be signed before books are changed Spellings – sometimes receive specific spellings to learn, continue to practise common words from year 2 spelling lists Numeracy – times tables, mental strategies, number bonds to hundred/thousand, counting/ordering larger numbers, time, money and real life problems PLEASE HELP YOUR CHILD TO BECOME AS INDEPENDENT AS POSSIBLE WITH ORGANISING THEIR HOMEWORK AND HOME LEARNING
Special Homework Projects Viking Ships and Saxon Long boats – Spring term
Miniature Gardens – Summer term
Trips Autumn Term Reading Museum, Roman Workshop. Theatre Trip Summer Term – The Living Rainforest
Production Year 3 Christmas production will be at the beginning of December
Healthy Meal Last summer we had a breakfast buffet from around the world.
Clubs Music - Choir - Violin, Keyboard, Guitar, Clarinet, Flute and Brass lessons provided by Berkshire Maestros - Cluster wind band, string orchestra and choir Sports Clubs – see the Autumn term letter
Thank you for coming, we hope we have answered many of your questions. Please feel free to come in and see us at any time. We hope that the children will be very happy in year 3 and that they enjoy the curriculum we have planned.