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Year 3 - 3B & 3BR

Year 3 Weekly Round-Up

27th March 2020

We hope you have found your rhythm and have started to work out what routines work for your family. If you are struggling, try to work out a timetable for the week, or if you prefer a more responsive approach, plan the night before for the following day. We thought you would like to hear from the Year 3 Team about their highlights of the week.


Mrs Burton has been loving the sunshine streaming in her house during the day and providing beautiful skies at dusk. She has appreciated the view of the blossom tree from her landing window. Can you find out what type of blossom tree it is? She has also enjoyed having lunch outside and has taken her 1 lot of exercise per day by doing some morning runs in her local park. She would like to introduce you to her cat Lola in various poses enjoying the warmth!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Year 3,

I would love to say it has been a quiet week in our household but it has been anything but. 

I am really missing school but probably like yourselves, our front room has turned into a classroom, so I am still busy teaching!

It is wonderful to see the learning, fun, and family times you are having from your e-mails and pictures, so please keep forwarding them.

This week we have acquired a garden, which we are thrilled about. Today we planted some strawberry plants. Any tips on what to grow would be really be appreciated, as we are beginners at this! Especially things that we could enjoy or even munch on in the coming months. We teachers are always learning new skills too! (Where to get bird feed from?)

Keep sending in all your learning and best wishes to you and your families,

Miss Sills.

 

Dear Year 3.  What an extraordinary week it has been.  So quiet.  I have been keeping myself busy at home doing lots of cleaning and tidying.  Sadly I do not have any children to homeschool, as my son and daughter are too old.  Luckily my dog Tilly will do anything for a piece of sausage.  I think she really enjoyed The Gentle Giant, but her maths is really bad!  In fact I think she is the happiest in the house as she gets so many walks.  I start my day in the forest on my secret walk where I hardly ever see another person.  The spring flowers are coming out.  I have also noticed how many birds you can hear singing now there’s hardly any traffic.  Today I saw a goldfinch.  I don’t know if they fly away for the winter, so that is something I am going to look up today.  Thank you to those who have sent us pictures of their work.  Try to keep to a routine, and carrying on getting your work done.  At least then when you sit down to relax you know you’ve earned it!   Best wishes to you and your families. 

Mrs Kendon

 

Mrs Marchant writes:

Hello Year 3,

I hope you are all enjoying your time at home doing your home learning. How exciting for you all, especially as the sun is shining so brightly. 

I am thinking of you all and missing you lots, let’s hope we are back together very soon. It was my birthday on Mother’s Day so I had double celebrations. Do you like the cake my youngest daughter Lucie made me? It was delicious. It would be lovely to hear from you.

Sending lots of love.

 

Mr Gilbert has been enjoying learning the new skill of finding out about how to give guitar lessons online! He has very much enjoyed starting to do this and still has some slots free in his virtual guitar academy if you know of anyone who might benefit.

 

Dear Boys and Girls,

I hope you are all well and ok. I have been working hard this week trying to make up some fun work for you all and have been enjoying some new coffee Mrs Russell bought for me.

I have been cooking and cleaning and I got myself a brand new dust pan and brush. Can you guess what colour I got?

I will hopefully have a nice surprise for you all once I have worked out how to do it so stay tuned and I will let you know once I have worked it out. Now stay safe my dears and I will be in touch again next week.

From Mr Russell & Pippin.

 

We hope that you enjoyed hearing from us.

 

We have decided to send you some more resources which you can use if you feel that you do not have enough ideas to last through to the end of next week. They can be found in the Extraordinary Home Learning Maths and Writing folders on this website. Just click on the Extraordinary Home Learning star and this will direct you to the different areas of learning. Next week on Friday 3rd April, we will be sending out another Home Learning task sheet. From then on we will be sending out task sheets and resources weekly. These will be emailed out to you, as well as copies posted onto the Year 3 class 'Extraordinary Home Learning' part of this website.

 

Children in the spotlight!

This week we would like to particularly congratulate Cameron McKirgan in 3B for producing work from across the curriculum this week, including drawings of spring flowers and notably his own poem based on a poem he had found and liked called 'The Orbs', by Alexander Posey. Cameron's poem followed the structure of Alexander's and incorporated words which conjured up vivid imagery for the reader, just like Alexander's poem does. Cameron used the task to also practice his handwriting! We would also like to congratulate Gracie Hanson in 3BR for persevering with her home learning and producing wonderful results.

 

Next week we would like you to please send us 3 pieces of work which you are most proud of: 1 piece of English, 1 piece of Maths and another piece from any other area of the curriculum. This will help us to see how the children are progressing and know what sort of work to set in the future. Mrs Strand is also wanting to have a virtual ‘Gold Book’ so watch that space on the website, your work could be there!

 

Also KCS, an schools education supplier, have launched a new website for Public/individuals which will deliver to your home address with free next day delivery on orders over £20 –see website for full information and terms and conditions.

 ‘With many children homebound for the foreseeable future, we have launched a new website so that individuals can order a range of resources from stationery, arts and crafts, curriculum based learning resources, to health and hygiene essentials. Orders can be placed by individuals from www.kcsconnect.co.uk

 

Sorry to those who were not able to access the French link, we hope the following helps and if you still experience any problems please e-mail us @ the Year 3 email address.

https://www.languageangels.com/schools/

Click on the pupil games area button, and enter using the following:

Username = french@fermor

Password = french@fermor

 

Our very best wishes,

The Year 3 Team.

 

 

Friday 13th March 2020
English

This week we read the Michael Morpurgo book ‘The Gentle Giant’.The children made mind maps of the Gentle Giant’s characteristics and drew a story map.

Maths

This week in Maths we finished exploring money. The children continued to solve problems using money and thought about a number of different ways to make amounts.

Science

Our science topic this term is healthy eating and nutrition. This week the children created their own food pyramid placing the food groups correctly in order of nutritional importance. They then created a menu for a healthy balanced meal.

DT

By the end of term the children will have designed the ingredients and packaging for a healthy soup. This week we thought about how food is marketed and looked in detail at the packaging of various soups.

RE
In RE our new topic is Understanding what Christians believe about Salvation. We are now in the period of Lent, which leads up to Easter when we remember the death and resurrection of Jesus. This week we learnt about the story of the woman with the alabaster jar and thought about the significance of this story and where it comes in the events of Holy Week

Spellings

Spellings this week are words using the ‘ch’ spelling but sounded ‘k’.

Home Learning

New Home Learning was given out today and is due back in two weeks on Friday 27th March.

Important Information about Swimming

Our Year 3 children are going to have the opportunity to swim in the pool. You will have received a letter regarding this. Next week Wednesday 18th March 3B will be swimming but not 3BR who will have a P.E. lesson instead. 3B parents, please make sure that your child has a swimming kit in school to use next Wednesday.

Early Morning Booster Groups

This term, early morning groups are the same as they were last term. So if your child was attending last term, they are also invited this term.

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 6th March 2020

Welcome Back!

English

This week the children finished their learning about Instructional Writing. They made a ‘Cucumber Sushi’ and then wrote instructions about how they made it. They tried to remember to include all of the features they have learnt. It was also World Book Day, obviously! Thank you for the wonderful costumes and books, you organised, the children were able to tell us about their books and characters.

Maths

This week in Maths we started to explore money. The children handled different denominations of coins and thought about how to make the same amount but with different coins. They then were adding different amounts and using either ‘less than’, ‘more than’, or ‘equals’ signs to describe.

Science

Our science topic this term is healthy eating and nutrition. This week the children sorted different foods into groups and learnt about which foods are for growth and which are energy giving. They explored food labels and learnt about the traffic light system. They were quite surprised by the nutritional content of some of the foods.

DT

The children used their cutting skills to make ‘Cucumber Sushi’ and some were judged for presentation, ‘Master Chef’ style, by Mrs Spain. It was interesting that the group that showed the best team work also won best presentation! For the rest of the term we will be thinking creatively in order to design the ingredients and packaging for a healthy soup. We will also be thinking about how food is marketed.

 

 

 

 

RE
In RE our new topic is Understanding what Christians believe about Salvation. We are now in the period of Lent, which leads up to Easter when we remember the death and resurrection of Jesus. This week we thought about the symbolism in the Palm Sunday Story.

Spellings

Spellings this week are homophones.

Home Learning

Home Learning was given out last week and is due back next week on Friday 13th March.

Important Information about Swimming

Our Year 3 children are going to have the opportunity to swim in the pool. You will have received a letter regarding this. Next week Wednesday 11th March 3B will be swimming but not 3BR who will have a P.E. lesson instead. 3B parents, please make sure that your child has a swimming kit in school to use next Wednesday.

Early Morning Booster Groups

This term, early morning groups are the same as they were last term. So if your child was attending last term, they are also invited this term.

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 28th February 2020

Welcome Back!

Geography Learning

This week in Geography we learnt about lines of latitude and longitude and thought about why there are different time zones all around the world. It made for some very interesting and stimulating discussion even digressing to asking how space rockets know where to land when re-entering the earth’s atmosphere, to which the answer is Maths!

English

The children have started the term by thinking about the features of instructional writing in preparation for making and writing their own instructions for ‘Cucumber Sushi’.

Maths

This week in Maths we have been learning how to extract data from charts and practicing how to say ‘statistics’, which is quite a tongue twister of a word!

Science

Our science topic this term is healthy eating and nutrition. We have started by thinking about what we already know about this topic and asking questions. We have learnt that there are different ways that food can be grouped and have learnt some of the names for these groups.

DT

This term we are embarking on some design and technology learning. We have already safely practiced different cutting skills using plastic knifes and clay. This is in preparation for making ‘Cucumber Sushi’ next week. We will be thinking creatively in order to design the ingredients and packaging for a healthy soup. We will also be thinking about how food is marketed.

 

RE
In RE our new topic is Understanding what Christians believe about Salvation. We are now in the period of Lent, which leads up to Easter when we remember the death and resurrection of Jesus.

Spellings

Spellings this week are science topic related words. Please forgive us if they seem a little hard, but this is vocabulary the children need to know for our science learning.

Home Learning

Home Learning was given out this week and is due back in 2 weeks on Friday 13th March.

Early Morning Booster Groups

This term, early morning groups are the same as they were last term. So if your child was attending last term, they are also invited this term.

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 14th February 2020

A huge well done to all of our children for leading the whole school church service on Wednesday. We had many comments from pupils and teachers saying how inspiring they had found it.

Geography Learning

This week the children located a major physical and human geographical feature in each of the continents. We realised that it was a little difficult to find a major human feature in Antarctica as it is a sheet of ice!

English

The children continued to explore play scripts, adding stage directions and using the familiar story of Little Red Riding Hood in order to create a script. We have also been learning French through this story, can your child tell you any French names for the different parts of the body? We thought about how the English language is littered with French origin words.

Maths

This week in Maths the children have been calculating perimeter and solving missing number calculations.

Art

This week the children were able to practice their observational skills through drawing their own hands with fine line black pen onto a montage backing.

RE
In RE the children reminded themselves about their Islam learning this term. It has been very special to have had some Muslim children in our classes and they have made some invaluable and interesting contributions to our learning.

Spellings

There are no spellings over the holidays.

Home Learning

Home Learning was shared at the end of this week. There are no more Home Learning tasks now until next term.

Early Morning Booster Groups

Next term, early morning groups will stay the same as they have been this term. So if your child has been attending this term, they are also invited next term.

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 7th February 2020

Geography Learning

This week the children explored atlases in order to name the major countries within each of the seven continents as well as the seas of the world. They had great fun singing the world continents song!

English

The children created their own Reports about deserts of the world, within which they brought together all of their learning about the important features to include. Their Reports were informative and eye catching. At the end of the week we started to explore play scripts through C.S. Lewis’ story  ‘The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe’.

Maths

This week in Maths the children have been tackling measuring word problems and revisiting their column subtraction and addition learning.

Art

This week the children were able to practice their observational skills through drawing each other. They learnt techniques in order to achieve drawings that were proportionally more accurate.

RE
In RE we were looking at the importance of the Qu’ran for Muslims.

Spellings

Spellings this week are words with suffixes.

Home Learning

Home Learning was shared at the end of this week. There are no more Home Learning tasks now until next term.

Early Morning Booster Groups

Early Morning groups have started. Your child will have received a letter about this if they have been invited.

Important Dates

Next Wednesday 12th February (not the first Wednesday of the month as normal but the second Wednesday) Year 3 are leading the Church Worship at All Saints.
Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.


 

 

Friday 31st January 2020

Geography Learning

This week the children named the continents of the world and the countries which make up Europe. This was very timely seeing as we leave the European Union today!

English

This week the children learnt how to take notes and put relevant information together into paragraphs. This was in preparation for creating their Report about Deserts around the world.

Maths

This week in Maths the children have been having fun estimating and measuring. At the end of the week they measured parts of their own bodies.

Science

This week we have been learning about the function of muscles to help the body to move.

RE
In RE we were looking at Islamic calligraphy and understanding why this is such an important art form for Muslims. The children then created their own beautiful works of art from words which are important to them.

Spellings

Spellings this week include some revision of year 2 words and words with the ‘sh’ sound spelt ‘ch’, ‘s’, or ‘ss’.

Home Learning

A new Home Learning sheet was sent out last week.  The work should be brought into class by Friday 7th February.

Early Morning Booster Groups

Early Morning groups have started. Your child will have received a letter about this if they have been invited.

Important Dates

On Wednesday 12th February (not the first Wednesday of the month as normal but the second Wednesday) Year 3 are leading the Church Worship at All Saints.
Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 24th January 2020

Geography Learning

This week the children learnt where the three highest peaks, and the three longest rivers in the U.K. are.

English

This week the children have started researching and writing an information report. They are all choosing a subject about hot or cold deserts to write about.

Maths

This week in Maths the children have been learning the expanded method for division.  Also known as chunking!

Science

This week we have been learning about exoskeletons and endoskeletons.  To demonstrate this we cut up a fish, and shelled a prawn.

 

RE
In RE we were looking at how Allah has different names in the Islamic faith. We talked about how we are known by different names to friends and family.  Our nicknames for example.

 

Spellings

Spellings this week include some Geography learning related words, and words with a prefix.

Home Learning

A new Home Learning sheet has been sent out.  The work should be brought into class by Friday 7th February.

Early Morning Booster Groups

Early Morning groups will be starting again next week. Your child will have received a letter about this if they have been invited.


Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 17th January 2020

Geography Learning

In terms 3 and 4 we are focusing on Geography learning. The children will start by exploring the British Isles and then expand their horizons to Europe and the Continents of the World. This week the children learnt the names of the capital cities in the British Isles and the surrounding seas. They went on a fun treasure hunt around the school where they collected photos of different places around the U.K. When they arrived back at their classroom their challenge was to correctly place them on a giant map of Great Britain.

 

 

English

This week the children created their own Shape poems and they came up with some very original ideas for their poems.

Maths

This week in Maths the children have been learning the expanded method for multiplication.

Science

Our new science topic is ‘skeletans and muscles’. This week the children learnt the names for some of the bones in the body.

RE
In RE we are learning about Islam this term. In our lesson this week the children thought about how Mohammed heard from Allah and was a good role model. They practiced being quiet and then they were able to reflect on this.

Spellings

Spellings this week are our Geography learning related words.

Home Learning

A new Home Learning sheet has been sent out last week and home learning is due back next Friday 24th January.

Early Morning Booster Groups

Early Morning groups will be starting again next week. Your child will have received a letter about this if they have been invited.


Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 10th January 2020


Welcome back! Please look out for the Parent Information sheet which will be emailed out to you soon.


Geography Learning

In terms 3 and 4 we are focusing on Geography learning. The children will start by exploring the British Isles and then expand their horizons to Europe and the Continents of the World.

English

We have been reading and discussing Calligrams and Shape Poems and next week the children will write one of their own.

Maths

This week in Maths the children have been using their place value knowledge to multiply numbers by ten.

Science

Our new science topic is ‘skeletans and muscles’. We started the learning with a fun activity where the children drew around a body of someone in their group, and then drew all of the bones and muscles they knew and could think of. We had some very interesting creations!

RE
In RE we are learning about Islam this term. Our first lesson introduced the children to the beginnings of this religion.

Spellings

Spellings this week are our Geography learning related words.

Home Learning

A new Home Learning sheet has been sent out today and is in your child’s Contact Book along with their Spellings.

Early Morning Booster Groups

Early Morning groups will be starting again next week. Your child will receive a letter early next week if they have been invited this term. If you do not receive a letter then your child is not invited. There will be no group on Wednesday 15th due to the church service.

 

Remember that Wednesday 15th January is our first Church Service of the year. Children to arrive at church for 8.45am.


Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.


 

 

 

 

 

 

Last week of term!

We thought you would like to see some photos from our very enjoyable Christmas Maths Day. And the last one is Bethany, 3B's Christmas Maths 'Queen' of the day, holding her Roman Lego Soldier!

HAVE A VERY HAPPY CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR! Enjoy the holidays and thank you for your support this year.

 

 

 

 

Friday 13th December 2019

History Learning

Our History learning for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

This week the children have thought about what the Romans left behind and created a mind map of their inventions, most of which we still have and use today.

English

This week in English we have continued to embrace performance poetry. The children had a go at writing their own poem and then we also wrote one as a whole class. We were very pleased with our composition!

Maths

This week in Maths we have been exploring the patterns in times tables and seeing the connections between them.

Science

In science we were grouping materials into magnetic and non-magnetic.

RE
When we open the advent calendar every day we retell the Nativity story and try to put ourselves into the position of the characters. This week we also learnt about baptism and the Christian baptism service.

Spellings

There are no spellings this week due to next week being the last week of term and a shorter week.

Early Morning Booster Groups

There will be no early morning groups next week, the final week of term. Groups will recommence the second week back in January. Those children currently attending should still attend unless notified otherwise, any children invited to join will receive an invitation letter.

Important dates

Tuesday 17th December 7pm All Saints Church – Christmas Carol Concert. The children will be singing ‘Mary’s boy Child’ as a year group and it would be fantastic to see as many pupils there as possible, it is always a lovely occasion. Words for the song are in Contact Books to learn at home.

Wednesday 18th December – Christmas Maths Day.
On Wednesday, 18th December, we are holding our first ‘Maths Day’ and will be linking this with a Christmas theme. Whilst we understand that this is a busy time for you all, we would like the children to make, and then come to school on that day wearing a maths accessory e.g. a wristband/bracelet of maths shapes, a brooch showing a special calculation, a cardboard calculator in the top pocket, a clock ‘face’ (or any other amazing ideas you may have).

The aim is to promote maths as FUN, and all year groups will have a special maths mission to complete on the day. Thank you for your support.

Thursday 19th December – End of term service at All Saints Church 9am. Please take your child straight to the church for 8.45am.

 

 

 

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Friday 06th December 2019

History Learning

Our History learning for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

This week the children shared their home learning and there were some wonderfully creative examples of Roman shields. Here is a selection of them.

English

This week in English we have fully embraced performance poetry. The children were able to think about what makes a successful performance and then translate this into their own performances of poems which they had previously annotated.

Maths

This week in Maths we have continued to use arrays to improve our understanding of division.

Science

In science we have been exploring magnets and learning about the earth’s magnetic field.

RE
When we open the advent calendar every day we also retell the Nativity story and try to put ourselves into the position of the characters.

Spellings

The Spellings this week are words ending in ‘gue’ or ‘que’.

Homework

The children were given new homework tasks today and they are due in on the final Thursday of the term. Please look in their Contact Book for this information.

Early Morning Booster Groups

If your child has been invited to one of these groups you will have received a letter informing you of this. These groups did not properly get off the ground in Term 1 but will be starting in earnest this term – English on Wednesday and Maths on Thursday.

Important dates

Tuesday 17th December 7pm All Saints Church – Christmas Carol Concert. The children will be singing ‘Mary’s boy Child’ as a year group and it would be fantastic to see as many pupils there as possible, it is always a lovely occasion. Words for the song are in Contact Books to learn at home.

Wednesday 18th December – Christmas Maths Day.
On Wednesday, 18th December, we are holding our first ‘Maths Day’ and will be linking this with a Christmas theme. Whilst we understand that this is a busy time for you all, we would like the children to make, and then come to school on that day wearing a maths accessory e.g. a wristband/bracelet of maths shapes, a brooch showing a special calculation, a cardboard calculator in the top pocket, a clock ‘face’ (or any other amazing ideas you may have).

The aim is to promote maths as FUN, and all year groups will have a special maths mission to complete on the day. Thank you for your support.

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 29th November 2019

History Learning

Our History learning for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

This week we had our Celt and Roman Day. Here are a selection of photos of the day.

            

 

                  

 

          

 

English

The children have brought all of their learning together by writing their own version of Escape from Pompeii. They have been aiming to write high quality sentences to include effective verbs and descriptive adverbs and adjectives.

Maths

This week in Maths we have moved onto multiplication using arrays and bead strings.

RE
In RE we have started a new topic which is Christianity ‘The Trinity’ and ‘Incarnation’. This week we explored the role of the Holy Spirit.

Class Book

3B and 3BR are listening to the book ‘The World According to Humphrey’ by Betty Birney. There are lots of books in the series and you may want find one of them to read at home.

Spellings

The Spellings this week are words from the year 3 statutory word list.

Homework

The children were given new homework tasks last Friday and they are due in on 6th December. Please look in their Contact Book for this information.

Early Morning Booster Groups

If your child has been invited to one of these groups you will have received a letter informing you of this. These groups did not properly get off the ground in Term 1 but will be starting in earnest this term – English on Wednesday and Maths on Thursday.

 

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 22nd November 2019

History Learning

Our History learning for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

This week the children learnt about Celtic life and wrote fact files.

ROMAN AND CELT DAY – THIS COMING THURSDAY 28th November. This will be a day of activities based on our learning about the Romans and the Celts. Your child may dress up if they would like to.

 

English

The children have brought all of their learning together by writing their own version of Escape from Pompeii. They have been aiming to write high quality sentences to include effective verbs and descriptive adverbs and adjectives.

Maths

This week in Maths we have been exploring 2D and 3D shapes and explaining their properties using mathematical language.

Art Week

Thank you for supporting the Art Exhibition on Thursday evening. The pictures looked very professional in the frames and the children were very excited to see their work in the exhibition.

RE
In RE we have started a new topic which is Christianity ‘The Trinity’ and ‘Incarnation’. This week we explored the role of God the Son and the children were able to ask questions to clarify their understanding.

Science

In Science we are studying about forces and magnets. This week we had a fun morning setting up an experiment from which we were able to learn about the forces of gravity and friction. The children tested how far a toy car would move on different surfaces.

 

Spellings

The Spellings this week are words using the ‘i’ sound spelt with a ‘y’.

Homework

The children have new homework tasks due in next Friday 6th December. Please look in their Contact Book for this information.

Early Morning Booster Groups

If your child has been invited to one of these groups you will have received a letter informing you of this. These groups did not properly get off the ground in Term 1 but will be starting in earnest this term – English on Wednesday and Maths on Thursday.

 

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 15th November 2019

History Learning

Our History learning for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

This week we have explored what it was like to be a Roman soldier and learnt about the battle strategies of the Roman army.

English

The children have continued their exploration of language through exploring the effect of verbs and seeing how many different prepositions they could think of.

Maths

This week in Maths we have embarked on a new topic, which is geometry. The children have been thinking about right, obtuse and acute angles, and been hunting for them around the classroom.

Art Week

As promised here are the details of the Children’s Art Exhibition where they will showcase their amazing and wonderful ‘Banksyesque’ pieces. My apologies to 3B parents for sending home a flyer without a date or time on it! So here it is: Thursday 21st November 2019 3.15 – 4.45pm. Please come ready to possibly purchase a work of art, proceeds will go to the school.

RE
In RE we have started a new topic which is Christianity ‘The Trinity’ and ‘Incarnation’. We explored the role of God the Father through a creative retelling of the creation story!

Science

In Science we are studying about forces and magnets.

Spellings

The Spellings this week are words using the prefixes ‘mis and ‘re’.

Homework

The children have homework tasks due in next Friday 22nd. Please look in their Contact Book for this information.

Early Morning Booster Groups

If your child has been invited to one of these groups you will have received a letter informing you of this. These groups did not properly get off the ground in Term 1 but will be starting in earnest this term – English on Wednesday and Maths on Thursday.

 

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

 

 

 

 

Friday 8th November 2019
Welcome Back!

History Learning

Our History learning for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

We have begun this term by thinking about what it means to ‘invade’ and ‘settle’ by exploring the meanings of these words and the various contexts they apply to.

English

We are studying Narrative and our text is ‘Escape from Pompeii’ by Christina Balit. We have engaged with the text by watching an animated film and found inspiration for effective sentences from the beautiful illustrations.

Maths

We have been consolidating and reminding the children about their prior column subtraction learning.

Art Week

As promised here are the details of the Children’s Art Exhibition where they will showcase their amazing and wonderful ‘Banksyesque’ pieces. My apologies to 3B parents for sending home a flyer without a date or time on it! So here it is: Thursday 21st November 2019 3.15 – 4.45pm. Please come ready to possibly purchase a work of art, proceeds will go to the school.

RE
In RE we have started a new topic which is Christianity ‘The Trinity’ and ‘Incarnation’. We have had a very promising start as the children came up with some interesting questions which we hope will be answered by the end of this unit of work. Keep those questions coming children!

Science

In Science we are studying about forces and magnets. Some children showed a great deal of knowledge already, which is fantastic and will ensure that we have some interesting discussions which we are looking forward to.

Spellings

The Spellings this week are topic based words.

Homework

The children have new homework tasks. Please look in their Contact Book for this information.

Early Morning Booster Groups

If your child has been invited to one of these groups you will have received a letter informing you of this. These groups did not properly get off the ground in Term 1 but will be starting in earnest this term – English on Wednesday and Maths on Thursday.

 

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday 24th October 2019
Our Topic

Our topic for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2. We have had a fabulous term learning about and experiencing what life would have been like in the Stone Age. Next term we are launching into all things Roman and learning about this fascinating period in our history.

Art Week

This week we have had the wonderful opportunity to delve into some learning about artists and create some of our own works. Year 3’s learning focused on the cubist art of Picasso and the political graffiti art of Banksy. The children produced some really stunning self - portraits in the style of Picasso, and showed that they had something to say through their very own ‘Banksyesque’ multi - media works. The Banksy pictures will be available for you to look at and purchase at our very own Fermor Art Exhibition which will be held in school in November. More information to follow.

   

RE
In RE the children brought their learning about what it means to be the ‘people of God’ to a close by exploring the history and work today of the Salvation Army.

Science

In Science we are studying ‘Rocks and Soils’. Our final lesson saw us learning about how fossils are made and the children created their own out of clay.

Spellings

There are no spellings this week. The next Spellings will be given at the end of the first week of term 2.

Homework

The children have shared their last homework tasks of the term. Thank you very much for all your support. Look out for the new homework tasks at the end of week 1 of term 2.

 

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

Have a lovely half term break!

 

 

 

Friday 18th October 2019
 

Our Topic

Our topic for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

On Thursday we had a fabulous day at the Ashdown Forest learning about how Stone Age people would have lived in this beautiful environment. The children absolutely loved the activities, which included den making, sanding wood on sandstone, pretending to hunt bears and deer and trying out a ‘heather mattress’!

English

In English the children were playing with words and exploring alliteration. They came up with some lovely alliterative noun phrases. We have also spent some extended time looking at the spelling and meanings of homophones.

Maths

In Maths we continued to consolidate column addition as well as challenge the children with some word problems.

RE
In RE the children are learning about what it means to be the ‘people of God’ and thinking about the experiences of some of the key characters in the Bible.

Science

In Science we are studying ‘Rocks and Soils’. The children had first hand experience of the clay soil at the Ashdown Forest and made some lovely clay cups and plates which they decorated with twigs and leaves.

Spellings

There are no spellings this week due to next week being a slightly shortened week. The next Spelllings will be given at the end of the first week of term 2.

Homework

The children have been given their new homework tasks which are due on the last day of this term which is Thursday 24th October. We have had a lovely time sharing their Stone Age stories. Thank you very much for all your support.

 

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

 

 

Friday 11th October 2019
 

Our Topic

Our topic for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

This week we had a special visitor from the High Weald to talk to us about the Stone Age. We had a fascinating morning looking at various artefacts, learning about how the Stone Age people lived and having a go at ‘quern’ grinding, charcoal drawing and dressing up as Stone Age girls and boys!

English

In English the children have been recognising how a character acts and feels through using evidence from the Stone Age Boy text. We have been particularly focusing on the effect of verb choice.

Maths

In Maths we have been consolidating addition and subtraction using the column method. The children have been exploring the ‘crossing over’ of the tens and hundreds through the dienes equipment and interactive whiteboard.

RE
In RE the children are learning about what it means to be the ‘people of God’ and thinking about the experiences of some of the key characters in the Bible. This week we read more of the story of Abraham and focused on the promises that God made to him.

Science

In Science we are studying ‘Rocks and Soils’. The children had a fun afternoon collecting soil samples which they brought back to the classroom to examine.

Spellings

Spellings this week are homophones.

Homework

The children have been given their new homework tasks which are due on the last day of this term which is Thursday 24th October. We have had a lovely time sharing their Stone Age stories. Thank you very much for all your support.

 

Important dates

  • Class Trip to Ashdown Forest Thursday 17th October – Thank you to those of you who have said you can help. We now have enough parent helpers and cannot take any more due to space on the coach.
  • Parents Evenings Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th October

 

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

 

 

Friday 4th October 2019
 

Our Topic

Our topic for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

English

In English the children have been learning to infer from a text, using sentence stems to help them formulate their idea. They have had to put themselves into the position of the Stone Age boy and see the world through his eyes.

Maths

In Maths we have been subtracting and adding ones and tens from and to hundreds. We have been practicing our times tables in different ways, including using a counting stick.

RE
In RE the children are learning about what it means to be the ‘people of God’ and thinking about the experiences of some of the key characters in the Bible. This week we thought about the story of Abraham and how he trusted God, showing great faith and obedience.

Science

In Science we are studying ‘Rocks and Soils’. The children had an enjoyable morning comparing and sorting different rocks. They set up an experiment to see which rock was the softest.

Spellings

Spellings this week are words using ‘ay’, ‘ai’, ‘ei’ ‘eigh’ and ‘a_e’ spellings.

Homework

The children were given their homework tasks last week. Homework will be due in next Friday.

 

Important dates

  • This Wednesday 9th October we have a special visitor from the High Weald coming into school to lead interactive learning sessions all about the Stone Age. We are really looking forward to it!
  • Class Trip to Ashdown Forest Thursday 17th October
  • Parents Evenings Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th October

 

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

 

 

Friday 27th September 2019
 

Our Topic

Our topic for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

English

In English the children have been refreshing their knowledge of word types and writing expanded noun phrases inspired by our new text ‘Stone Age Boy’ by Satoshi Kitamura. They used their prediction skills to guess what the book might be about just from the front cover.

Maths

In Maths we have moved onto addition and subtraction and have been ‘building’ the numbers using base ten dienes before writing the calculations.

RE
In RE the children are learning about what it means to be the ‘people of God’ and thinking about the experiences of some of the key characters in the Bible. This week we thought about the Christian marriage promises and linked this to the promises in the story of Noah. We thought about how the couple make their promises to God as well as to each other.

Science

In Science we are studying ‘Rocks and Soils’. The children have observed different types of rock and their uses around the school grounds and learnt about the different layers which make up our planet earth.

History

This week in History we learnt about the Bronze Age. We learnt about how bronze is made and thought about why it was an important invention.

Spellings

Spellings this week are some of the statutory year 3 words.

Homework

The children have new homework tasks for the next 2 weeks.

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

Important dates

8.45am Wednesday 2nd October Harvest Service at All Saints Church, remember to bring donations for the food bank. 

Class Trip to Ashdown Forest Thursday 17th October

Parents Evenings Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th October

 

 

Friday 20th September 2019

Our Topic

Our topic for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

English

In English the children put their knowledge of the features of a comic strip into action by creating their own version based on the ‘Ug’ story. Their engagement with the text, as well as all of their learning about characterisation was put to use and they also had fun drawing the illustrations.

Maths

In Maths the children cemented their learning about place value by ordering numbers and exploring the different ways a number could be represented. The children have been drawing pictorial representations as well as working on problem solving questions.

RE
In RE the children are learning about what it means to be the ‘people of God’ and thinking about the experiences of some of the key characters in the Bible. This week we studied the story of Noah and started to learn about what a ‘Covenant’ is in the Bible.

Science

In Science we are studying ‘Rocks and Soils’. The children have observed different types of rock and their uses around the school grounds and learnt about the different layers which make up our planet earth.

History

This week in History we learnt about cave paintings. We looked at how and why they were created and we turned some parts of the classrooms into caves under which they drew their own paintings with crayons on brown paper.

                                      

 

                                      

 

 

Spellings

Spellings this week are words which use apostrophes for contractions.

 

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

Important dates

Class Trip to Ashdown Forest Thursday 17th October

Parents Evenings Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th October

 

 

Friday 6th September 2019
Welcome to year 3!

At the end of our first week the children have showed exceptional behaviour and have come to school with a positive attitude and being eager to learn. Well done!

This Week

We have been talking about our expectations and reminding the children about what it means to have a ‘Growth Mindset’ rather than a ‘Fixed Mindset’. At Sir Henry Fermor we believe that all can achieve their potential and have a ‘I can’t do that yet’ attitude. Each class has compiled a collaborative ‘Class Charter’ which will go up on the wall to remind children of their and our expectations and we hope this will make our year together the very best that it can be!

Our Topic

Our topic for terms 1 and 2 is ‘Rocks to Romans’ and we will be studying the Stone Age through to the Iron Age in term 1 and the Romans and their Invasion of Britain in term 2.

English

In English we remembered the fun we had over the summer holidays and wrote recounts and then read them to each other. We reminded ourselves of the features of a recount and we thought about the skills needed to read aloud well.

Maths

In Maths the children are securing their maths knowledge by learning about the foundational building block of ‘Place Value’ this term.

RE
In RE the children will be learning about what it means to be the ‘people of God’ and thinking about the experiences of some of the key characters in the Bible.

Science

In Science we are studying ‘Rocks and Soils’. We will be understanding and comparing rock formations, as well as the different types of soils and why soil is so important, and learning all about fossils.

History

Our first History lesson saw us imagining what it might have been like to live in the Stone Age. Our stunning start took us outside where the children had to try and communicate to each other without words, using sounds, actions and drawings. They had great fun expressing themselves and they produced some fantastic cave art style images using chalk on the playground.

 

Important information for our year group

  • Children need to bring a filled water bottle (water only please) to school each day.
  • They need to bring their own healthy snack to eat at break time.
  • They will be provided with a contact book and Reading Record to enable home/school communication. Please use these and read with your child as much as possible, writing the date and a comment in their Record.
  • Spellings will be given out weekly on a Friday and they will be tested the following Friday.
  • A homework information sheet will be given out fortnightly and so the children will have two weeks to complete these compulsory activities.
  • Our P.E. lessons are on a Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon. It is expected that all children have their kit which is: House or Fermor Polo T-shirt, P.E. shorts and trainers.

 

Important dates

Meet the Teachers morning – Thursday 12th September 9am – 9.20am in 3BR

Class Trip to Ashdown Forest Thursday 17th October

Parents Evenings Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th October

 

 

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