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Welcome to Class 3!

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Class 3 is a class of 31 children across Years 3 and 4. We are so lucky at the moment to have 4 adults working in class with us this year. The class teacher is Mr McQuillan and our super LSAs are Mrs Moores, Mr Freeman, Mrs Stacey and Mrs Whitehead. The children spend 2 years in Class 3 before moving into Class 4.

In Class 3, home learning will be sent home on Fridays and should be returned by the following Wednesday. Your child will write the title of their Home Learning in their green diaries each week and work will come home in their folders too. Please support your child to write a WWW/EBI comment in their diaries after they have completed the work.

Times table tests will take place on Thursday and Spelling tests on Fridays. A list of words and the times table focus for the half term can be found on the class noticeboard on the corridor. 

Please ensure your child reads regularly. They may wish to read to you, with you, or independently.

Home Learning Diaries and Reading Records should be brought into school daily. Please place in the reading basket on my desk if there is anything immediate you wish to communicate. Please use them to monitor the home learning set and marked for your child.  

In class 3 the children visit the school library on a Friday, so please return library books on that day to be changed.

Teacher’s PPA time takes place on Friday afternoon.

If you or anyone you know has any interests, talents, skills or expertise that can help us enhance our learning in Class 3 this half term, please speak to Mr McQuillan. We are always looking to make links with the wider community.

 

Class Newsletter

HOME LEARNING Romans

Info to Parents and Carers Romans

End of Year Expectations booklet Y3

End of Year Expectations booklet Y4

Meet the Teacher Class 3

Roman LETTER 2018

Class 3 letter

Useful Websites

Topmarks Maths

BBC Bitesize Maths

BBC History

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