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Welcome to Year 3

Gwyn Jones School - 67

The teachers in Year 3 are Mrs Rochester-Bergamini and Mrs Ozerek. There are lots of people who will be helping you to grow and learn along your learning journey, including Miss Vivier and Miss Lyndsay. We want all the children to try their best and work together to make the learning fun for everyone!

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Curriculum

In Summer 1 question , our core question is: 'Why are Rain Forests important?'

Our core text in English is, The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry. The children will use this book as a stimulus for poetry and non-fiction writing. 

It's great to see reading records being signed with wonderful comments about your child's pleasure for reading. We would like to encourage all parents to continue to share a brief daily comment after your child has read. 

The children are working really hard on handwritng and presentation. Please continue to reinforce this message at home. 

In Maths, it is very important that your child can tell the time using both digital and analogue clocks. Whenever you have an opportunity, talk to your child about the duaration of activities e.g. baking or length of TV programmes.  In addition, being able to add and subtract amounts of money to give change (up to £10). 

A big thank you for all of the great projects we have recieved throughout the different topics. The standard is brilliant and we hope you have all enjoyed working on them.  Rain forest projects should be handed in by Monday 22nd May 2017. 

 

 

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Things to know

PE day: P.E is taught twice a week

3S Tuesday and Thursday

3M Tuesday and Wednesday

Please ensure that your child's P.E kit stays in school to avoid missing out on P.E activities. The children will take their P.E kits home on the last week of term. As the weather is getting colder, it is very important that your child has appropriate clothing for the colder weather. Please make sure they have a pair of warm jogging bottoms and an additional warm top to wear outside. 

Reading Records: Any time your child has been read with by an adult, there will be a comment in their reading record. Please can you ensure that your child brings in their reading record each day. Children's enthusiasm for reading a range of books, in school and at home is improving, as they are reading more frequently with friends and parents. We would like to encourage you to continue daily reading with your child.  

Important Dates

30th June- International Day

7th July- Non-uniform day

11th July- Sports Day at Leyton Sixth Form 

17th July Para-World Athletics trip

19th July- School closes

 

 

 

 

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