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- Pupil Zone
Week Commencing Monday 21st June 2021
To draw inferences using evidence from a text.
To select and use appropriate adjectives to expand a noun in my writing.
To develop a rich and varied vocabulary.
To use expanded noun phrases when writing a fiction text.
To draw accurately using a ruler.
To identify the difference between a horizontal and vertical line.
To identify the difference between parallel and perpendicular lines
To recognise and describe 2D shapes.
To recognise and describe 3D shapes.
Read Write Inc. spelling rules:
Red group: Words ending in -al.
The ending that sounds like l can be spelt al. Lots of adjectives end in al.
Examples: plural, comical, animal, capital, festival etc.
Jumping red words: Roman, invasion, Gods, Goddesses, slave and emperor.
Green group: Adding the suffix -ing (1) (to words ending in a short vowel and a consonant)
If a word ends in a short vowel sound (a, e, i, o, u) + a consonant, we double the consonant before adding the suffix -ing. Never double the letters w or x.
Examples: putting, knotting, drumming, tripping, nodding, clapping etc.
Jumping red words: gold, grass, great, half, hold and hour.
To recognise personal achievements.
What is an artefact and how were they used in Roman life?
Why did the Romans almost lose control of Britain?
Click here to see the Homework Policy
Homework is set on a Wednesday and needs to be completed by the following Wednesday.
English: 2Do: Making phrases interesting
Each term, before the children embark on their learning in a new topic, we send home a Parent Topic Planner explaining for parents and carers the learning opportunities across the curriculum that each child will receive. Teachers select and suggest useful websites and places to visit which will enhance and prepare the child for the topic they are about to start. There are also useful dates and a bank of topic words that families may choose to talk through with their children.
|Click here to see the Year 3 New Academic Year Parents Information Meeting Presentation|
|Supporting Developing Reading and Comprehension|
|Growth Mindset Presentation|
|Relationships and Sex Education Overview - Year 3|
Please see below some useful websites to assist with your child's learning.
|Purple Mash Information Guides|
|Information Letter to Parents|
|Healthy eating and keeping healthy|
Recommended Books to Read
Logging into to the program at home;
Year 3 Learning Expectations
Year 2 expectations- recall and use multiplication and division facts for the 2, 5 and 10 multiplication tables.
Year 3 expectations- recall and use multiplication and division facts for the 3, 4 and 8 multiplication tables.
Year 4- By the end of year 4, pupils should have memorised their multiplication tables up to and including the 12 multiplication table and show precision and fluency in their work.