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Class 3 is a mixed Year 3 and Year 4 group with 35 children. The class is taught by Sam Watts and teaching assistants Jo Walker and Jo Cocking.
A message from Class 3 to Class 3:
Thank you for all your messages in, it is great to see so many happy faces!
If there are any questions concerning the learning material below, please do not hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Each day, your child is expected to complete:
The following is recommended for the Week Commencing 6th July 2020:
It is expected that your child is to read for at least 45minutes to 1 hour per day. Accelerated reader quizzes can now be accessed at home. Please click on the link below and then enter in your user name and password. https://ukhosted106.renlearn.co.uk/2234772/default.aspx
If you are getting to the stage where your child has run out of books. There are nearly 500 articles under the ‘Accelerated Reader Articles’ button that your child could choose to read and then take a quiz on.
Note: Once on the Accelerated Reader Articles section, ATOS BL stands for the child’s accelerated reader book level. Please try to ensure that children read articles that are within their school reading levels.
Accelerated Reader have now started to give free access to some of their books online. All of these books should be on the Accelerated Reader system so you are able to quiz yourselves on them!
You can also access free e-books from the Oxford and Collins websites. The links are below:
If you are downloading books and want to know if they are on Accelerated Reader, you can search for them using this link:
Key parent/carer notes for maths:
This weeks Maths may look like this:
Monday – White Rose online lesson
Tuesday – White Rose online lesson
Wednesday – White Rose online lesson (optional extra Nrich Activities)
Thursday – White Rose online lesson (optional extra Nrich Activities)
Friday – Times Table Practice
If you click on the link below it will take you to White Rose Maths where you will find each lesson’s content. In this week, can you please complete Summer Term – Week 11, Lessons 1,2,3 and 4.
Year 3 – The videos for this week are found at: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/
Year 4 – The videos for this week are found at: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/
In addition to White Rose Maths, Nrich offers lots of investigative styled activities and games which are really suited to pushing your child even further. Please follow the links below to access a specific activities that could help deepen your child’s understanding.
Order, Order! – https://nrich.maths.org/7340
Watermelons – https://nrich.maths.org/10349
Estimating Angles – https://nrich.maths.org/1235
Transformations on a peg board – https://nrich.maths.org/4901
Finally, can your child also spend at least 30 minutes a week practising their times tables. They can do that through Times Table Rockstar, Topmarks.com or other, written methods like our usual, in-class Times tables grid.
Parent/carer notes for English:
Please find below the link to daily English lessons. Please choose at least one of the activities to complete using the rest of the instructions on the webpage to help you.
You may choose to do your week like this:
Monday – ‘6th July: English’
Tuesday – ‘7th July: English’
Wednesday – ‘8th July: English’
Thursday – ‘9th July: English’
Friday – ’10th July: English’
Alternatively if you have a bit more spare time and are looking for more of a challenge please follow the link below to get to the National Oak Academy website:
If you are a Year 3, could you please follow the ‘Letter’ module of work.
If you are a Year 4, could you please feel free to complete any module that you have not yet done.
This week’s topic for your afternoon activities is computing, online safety and PE.
Here’s the link for your activities:6th July 2020 KS2 ICT PHSE PE Topic work
Thankyou for all the pictures and videos you’ve sent in of your work. It’s been brilliant to see.
If you wish to do more with your children these educational websites are very useful: