Welcome to Year 3
Miss Morgan and Miss Jenkins welcome you and your children to Year 3. Together with the support of Mrs. Scamp and Mrs. Barker, we are looking forward to a successful year, full of hard work and smiles!.
A class newsletter will be coming home with the children shortly.
Your child will have an outdoor Games lesson and a PE/Hall session each week this term. The sessions will be as follows:
- Outdoor games: Monday afternoon
- Indoor games: Friday morning
Please ensure your child’s PE kit is in a suitable bag and that each item is labelled clearly with their full name and class. Please remember that our school games kit is a plain white t-shirt with blue shorts for indoor PE and long blue joggers and warm top for outdoor Games. Your child will also need a pair of trainers for outside Games sessions.
Reading is such an important aspect of learning and we would really value your support in this. If you are able to give up even just an hour of your week whenever is convenient for you to come and read with our children we would be incredibly grateful and hopefully you would enjoy the experience too! This could even be simply coming into school at 2:15 instead of 3:15 and reading with children for that hour. Please come and see us if you are interested!
It is important that children drink plenty of water throughout the day. In order to do this, children need a named water bottle that they can use during the day. These can be bought in the school office. Please ensure your child brings water not squash.
We ask the children to bring their reading book and reading record to school everyday. They should be reading at least three times per week for around 10minutes but daily is even better! Please make sure you record when they have read in their reading record so that they can get their Reading Rewards. If your child reads three times in a week they get a stamp and 6 stamps means they get a bronze book mark, 12 is a silver book mark and 18 is gold!
It is important that children drink plenty of water throughout the day. In order to do this, children need a named water bottle that they can use during the day. Please make sure this does not leak and has a ‘sports top’ lid. These can be bought in the school office .The children are strongly encouraged to drink water, not squash.
Break Time Snacks
Key Stage Two children may bring in 20p for a Fruit token from our Fruit Café. Fruit tokens can be bought on the school gate each morning. Alternatively, children may bring their own snack which can be kept in the cloakroom until break time.