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Welcome to 3S

WELCOME – Welcome to 3S.  Mrs Sadler is the class teacher and Mrs Goodwin is the Teaching Assistant.    We are made up of 30 pupils, 19 girls and 11 boys.  Mr Britton teaches 3S science on a Thursday morning.  We have PE on Wednesdays with sports plus (earrings must be out or covered) and on Thursdays, so please ensure kits are in for these days.

 

PUPIL OF THE WEEK – This week’s POW is Isabella Atkins, she has been a model pupil always ready to learn and listening intently.  Showing the rest of the class how to do it.

 

FAB 5 WINNERS

RESPECT – Mya

LEARNING ATTITUDE - Leah

PRECISION - Jeevan

SETTING A GOOD EXAMPLE - Isabella

TEAM WORK - Mya

 

STAR WINNERS 

 

READING IN CLASS – We are about to start reading ‘The Twits’ by Roald Dahl

 

HOMEWORK – Please practise times tables and year 3/4 spellings.

 

CLASS NEWS – In 3S at the minute we have been lucky enough to have Mr James in the class teaching too.

 

SPRING TERM 2 – CURRICULUM OVERVIEW

English

  • 2A sentences
  • Prepositions
  • Adverbs
  • Retells
  • Instruction writing
  • Alternate ends
  • Writing in codes (2A, T, P, AD, ing, C, N)

Maths

  • X2, X3, X4, X 5, X10 tables
  • Addition through partitioning, column method
  • Subtraction using counting on and column method
  • Division by finding sets/groups with remainders
  • Measure – reading scales (capacity and weight) g, kg, ml and l

Science

Understanding the properties of solids, liquids and gases. 

History

  • Time line of American history
  • About the Native American Indians
  • Christopher Columbus
  • Early Pioneers
  • Timeline Space race
  • Space history
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Geography

  • Continents on a world map
  • Seas on a world map
  • Locate the equator, and the two tropics
  • Understand where North America is
  • Locate the Great Plains of North America
  • Identify the states of America
  • Identify countries involved in the Space Race

Art/DT

Children will be continuing to develop existing skills and learn new techniques in art.  They will be doing this through sketching animals and dream catchers.  They will then use all these skills to create their own finished Native American spirt animal picture.

ICT

Children are learning how to debug computer programs through the use of scratch.  The will also be learning how to make and control their own moon buggy after half term with Mr Richardson.

RE

  • What is pilgrimage
  • Who makes pilgrimages
  • Compare pilgrimages to life’s journey
  • Learn about other religious pilgrimages (Hindu, Muslim, Christian)

PE

Bhangra is our dance focus this term, the children are learning how to see and count the beat in a song as well as keep to it.  They are also practising and performing their own routines with learnt Bhangra moves.

Music 

The children are learning a range of songs with singing coach Miss Bird.  There learning a range of skills along the way, tune, tone, scale, breathing.

French 

Numbers to 10 and euros

 

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Drama in English when we re-enacted the story Rainbow Crow using the animation to help us.

Drama in English when we re-enacted the story Rainbow Crow using the animation to help us. 1

Our aubergine jerky made in DT as part of our Native Americans topic.

Our aubergine jerky made in DT as part of our Native Americans topic.  1
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