Year 3 – Roald Dahl Class

Welcome to Roald Dahl Class – Year 3

Mrs Wolton
Mrs Wolton
Class Teacher
Roald Dahl Class – Year 3
Mrs Summers
Class Teacher
Roald Dahl Class – Year 3

Class Teachers: Mrs Summers (Mon, Tue) and Mrs Wolton (Wed, Thur, Fri)
TA: Mrs Yorkshades

Roald Dahl class is the Year 3 class at St James.

Who is teaching Roald Dahl class?

Roald Dahl class will be taught by Mrs Summers on a Monday, Tuesday and alternate Wednesday afternoons and Mrs Wolton on Wednesday morning and alternate Wednesday afternoons, and Thursday and Friday. The class will also be supported by Phyllis Yorkshades during the afternoon. The children already know Mrs Yorkshades and we are delighted that she is supporting the class and working with individual children and groups in Roald Dahl class.

During Term 5, we will be focusing on the Stone Age and learning about the first people who lived in Britain.

  • Wednesday 24th April- Wantage Museum
  • Thursday 23rd May- Stone Age themed Day. (Details to follow)
  • Friday 24th May- Class Photographs
  • Friday 24th May – End of Term 5

English

  • Writing to Inform Instructions/ Newspaper Reports
  • Our Reading Workshop sessions will be based on DK find out! Stone Age

Maths

  • Division
  • Fractions
  • Exploring money
  • Please continue to support your child with Learn Its and Beat That sheets

RE

Hindu Beliefs
How can Brahman be everywhere and in everything?

Term 5 tricky words to be tested on Monday 20th May

  • Group A- century, library, February, thought, build, surprise, purpose, separate, complete, certain, eight, important
  • Group B- clothes, water, again, half, money, parents, Christmas, everybody, even, friend

BPE

  • Tennis- Wednesday
  • Orienteering –Friday
  • Please see the link on Dojo for Forest school sessions/ helper sign up.

PSHE

  • Healthy Me
  • Relationships

Homework- due in Thursday 23rd May

Your challenge is to research and create Stonehenge. in whatever medium you would like. The model should be clearly labelled and a short explanation about what Stonehenge is should accompany your model.

Parents are invited to view these in the classroom, at drop off, on Thursday 23rd May at the start of our Stone Age day.

 


What can I do at home to support my child?

By the end of the week, each child will have a Home/School folder, reading diary and banded reading book. These should be in school every day and checked regularly as they enable us to send home any letters or children’s homework safely. Our expectation for reading is that the children should read daily and record their reading in their record twice a week. This may include what happened in the chapter, which part/ character they enjoyed and should be completed alongside an adult to encourage writing in full sentences. A book review should be completed in the record once a term. Reading records will be checked weekly by Mrs Yorkshades and feedback given where appropriate.

What is the best way to communicate with school?

We will be using the Class Dojo system again this year. Please ensure, that you are signed up to use this; if you are not already signed up, please let us know and we can email an invite to you. The Dojo System is a great way for us to communicate with you and keep you informed about your child’s activities and achievements. We ask that you use the message facility to inform us of any appointments, changes to pick up arrangements or any specific information about your child. Absences and urgent messages only should be communicated with the office. We will check our message folder before school starts and again at lunchtime.

Please click on the link below to find out more about our learning this half term. 

Autumn 2018 Topic web – Roald Dahl Class

Web pages to support learning:

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