WELCOME TO YEAR 3 ROBINS
Robins are cheerful and friendly birds, well known for their distinctive colouring and beautiful song.These colourful characters are lively and outgoing, and will brighten anyone's day. Although small in stature, they are daring and adventurous, and use their inquisitive nature to innovate and solve problems. As young members of the year 3/4 team, Robins use these skills to work together harmoniously and set their sights high and soaring in the sky.
THIS TERMS THEME
'Free To Be Me'
Please scroll down to see our curriculum map to find out all about this terms learning.
START AND END OF THE DAY
Please see the letter attached regarding Year 3's start and end of the day arrangements and times.
P.E AND DANCE DAYS
P.E. Days are Wednesday.
Please ensure that your child has the correct kit in school all week. We will ensure that they are sent home at the end of every half term.
HOME LEARNING DAYS
Home Learning will be handed out on a Friday and collected in on a Wednesday. This will give you the opportunity to explore aspects of your child's learning if you wish.
Monday 7th September - First day of Autumn Term
Friday 25th September - Whole School Individual Photos
Thursday 1st October - Black History Month
Monday 5th October - Parents' evening
Thursday 8th October - Parents' evening
Friday 23rd October - Break up for Half Term
Monday 2nd November - Non-Pupil Day
Tuesday 3rd November - Children back
Monday 16th November - Anti-Bullying Week
Thursday 3rd December - Reports Out
Thursday 10th December - Human Rights Day
Friday 18th December - Break up For Christmas
MEET THE TEAM
If there are any issues or concerns, please feel free to come in and see your teacher (Mrs Clohessy-Brown) or alternatively please contact a team leader (Mrs Dowdeswell and Mrs Foster).
ACADEMIC YEAR 2020/2021
Autumn Term Curriculum Map
Labelling Skeletons- Tuesday 15th September 2020
This week in Science we have started our new learning all about humans and animals! Firstly we looked at why our skeleton is important and found out it helps keep us upright and gives us our human shape! We then took a skeleton, cut it up and put it back together correctly. We then used scientific language to label our skeletons. Check out our amazing Science learning below!
Representing numbers to 100 - Tuesday 8th September 2020
We have had such a great few days back in Year 3! In Maths, we have been looking and representing numbers up to 100! Soon we will move on to bigger numbers. It is important to do this using our Maths resources as it deepens our place value knowledge and will help use later with our addition and subtraction. Check out the numbers we were able to represent in class today!