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Class 3 (LKS2)

Welcome to Class Three

 

Class 3 is a Lower Key Stage Two class, Year 3 and Year 4 combined.

The children are taught by Miss Hargrave and she is supported by Miss Williams.

 

Children are given responsibilities as they are the oldest children in the school and are expected to act as role models to our younger years at all times. They are able to articulate their own learning and take ownership of their work. 

Maths Week 13th-17th November

Key Dates - Autumn 2 2023:

 

Wednesday 1st and 8th November - Parent conversations

Children in Need - Friday 17th November - children are encouraged to wear spots or pyjamas.

Maths week - week commencing 13th November - lots of practical and outdoor maths activities

Occasional day - Friday 1st December

Assessment week - week commencing 4th December

Rock Steady performance - Thursday 7th December

Christmas jumper day - Friday 8th December 

Class 2 and 3 panto dress rehearsal - Friday 8th December 10am

PE Christmas fair - Friday 8th December PM

Class 1 Nativity - 12th December - 2pm

Whole school pantomime trip - Thursday 14th December AM

Christmas dinner - Wednesday 13th December

Glitter afternoon - Thursday 30th November

Panto performances - Monday 11th December 10am and Friday 15th December 2pm

Christingle - Tuesday 19th December AM

Wednesday 20th December - End of term - 12.15pm

 

 

 

 

Our trip to Audley End House and Gardens 19th October 2023

Key Dates - Autumn 1 2023:

 

We have lots of exciting trips and experiences coming up:

 

On Monday 2nd October, we will be taking part in Old Man’s day. Please could children bring with them a broom and should you wish to join us, please meet us at the top of Fleece lane to sweep the lanes. Further details of timings to follow.

 

On Friday 6th October, there will be a parent reading morning (stay and read), followed by a sharing assembly from 8.45am - 9.45am. 

 

On Thursday 12th October, we will be going on a walk around the local area and down to the Ford. This will support the children with the topic of ‘Where we live’ and the Geography/map skills they will have learnt. This will take place from 1pm-2.30pm. 

 

On Thursday 19th October, we will be visiting ‘Audley End House and Gardens’ to support with our upcoming topic of ‘The Victorians.’ We will be leaving school at approximately 9.30am and travelling by coach. Upon arrival, children will be spending one hour exploring the house and experiencing its Victorian connections. Then, the rest of our visit will be spent within the gardens. We will be having lunch there also, so all children will require a packed lunch. We will arrive back at school at approximately 2.45pm. Children will be dismissed at the normal home time.

 

Old Man's Day - 2nd October 2023

First Week Back Fun - September 2023

Autumn term (September 2022) - welcome back

 

This week, to kick-start our learning of 'Living things and their Habitats', class 3 created bug hotels. We talked about what a habitat is and collected various items from our outdoor learning environments. We discussed which we thought would make suitable homes and which wouldn't. We ended up using a variety, including: twigs, leaves, sticks, bamboo, dirt, sand and shells. 

 

 

 

What a brilliant start to our first week class 3 - keep it up!

Summer 2 MTP - Romans in Britain

Spring 1: Volcanoes and Earthquakes

Autumn 1 Blog

Our new topic is... water!

Spring Term 1 Topic- Around the World

Autumn Term 2 Topic- 'Famous People'

Autumn Term 1 Topic- Mountains & Volcanoes

Autumn Term - Welcome Back.

It has been an amazing first week back in Class 3.

I have been so impressed that the children have settled back to being in school so well. They have been learning new class routines to ensure we are keeping safe and have adapted quickly to these.

Over the summer holidays, the children were set a task to write a book review and create a story box for the book too. The results have been amazing! It is clear the children (and some parents!) really enjoyed this task.

 

                    

 

To launch our new topic called 'Mountains and Volcanoes', Class 3 made rock cakes. We talked about how the rock cake looked like a mountain, so they labelled a photo of their cake with the parts of a mountain. Can you see the summit and slopes?

 

        

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