assisted by Cathy, Jemma, Stacey
Reading record entries
Reading record entries
The most important thing every Year 3 must make sure they do is read to an adult every night. You need to be able to read well in order to succeed in all subjects we study at school - there's even a lot of reading in maths. Discuss your reading book using the comprehension skills questions in your reading record. Reading records should be brought to school every day. Written entries should be made at least three times a week.
Your child will complete a comprehension in their own CGP book each week.
Homework is set on Google Classroom on Wednesdays and should be completed in your homework book, which stays at home. A photo of it must be uploaded by the following Monday morning. Each week the written task will involve writing sentences containing each of the spelling words. Each sentence will practise a taught grammar skill. The spellings word must be learnt for the tests that take place each Wednesday.
Numbots / TTRS
Every child should commit at least 25 minutes a week to Numbots. Children will learn faster if they do 5 minutes a day – rather than 25 minutes once a week. Well done to those children who have completed Numbots and moved onto Times Tables Rock Stars. Our class aim is to make sure we have all finished Numbots before the Easter holidays.
Book bags with reading records and reading books must be in school each day. Reading records should have at least three entries a week.
Water bottles must be in school each day.
Homework is set on a Wednesday and must be uploaded on Google Classroom by the following Wednesday.
Spelling tests will take place each Wednesday and results recorded in reading records.
Our library session is on a Thursday so please have your library book in school to renew or change.
On PE days (Thursdays and Fridays), children attend school in their PE kit.
At Boutcher, everyone has the right to:
This term, we’ll be having our first look at poetry, taking a closer look at some of Carol Ann Duffy’s poems.
Michael Morpurgo’s The Pied Piper of Hamelin will be the inspiration for our writing. Through this text, we'll learn a range of spelling, grammar and punctuation skills that will be applied to a range written work.
Year 3 have PE on Thursdays and Fridays and must arrive to school in their kits. They will be learning basketball this term.
We’ll start our topic of Animals including Humans and then move onto Plants.
The question we’ll be answering this term will be: What do the miracles of Jesus teach? We’ll consider what constitutes a miracle and consider the difference between a miracle and magic.
In geography, we’ll be learning all about Rivers, including about the Thames and its docklands.
During this half-term, we’ll be looking at multiplication and division, and then looking more closely at written methods for both. If your child doesn’t already know how to tell the time with an analogue clock, please keep practising with them. All children are expected to be able to tell the time by the end of Year 2.