Nine Mile Ride, Wokingham, RG40 3AT
Telephone: 01344 772427
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Year Three is taught by Mr Handy, supported by Ms. Chisholm.
This page contains regular updates of our learning both in and out of the classroom, photos of activities and useful links. You can also find important information here such as timetables, class newsletters, educational visit details and spelling lists.
Pencils! Can you please make sure your child brings a pencil to school, and a new one ready if it's getting short. I'm running out, and some of the children are developing a 'No need to look after my pencil; Mr. Handy will always give me a new one' attitude. My rule now is to only give a new school pencil if the children give me the old (short) school one.
Well done all the children who wrote fantastic descriptions of their local town over the holiday. I learned lots about Crowthorne, Sandhurst, Bracknell and Wokingham!
This week's (Friday 7 June) spellings below. (I cannot post this week's homework, as it is copyrighted material.)
World Book Day 2019
Home Learning Due Wednesday 4 March
Class Newsletter: Spring 2019
Weekly Timetable Spring 2019
Knowledge Managers are short documents that show the children what they are expected to learn in various curriculum topics. Below are the Knowledge Managers for Science: Lights and History: Romans in Britain, which we will be studying this term.
Important Points in our Timetable:
Our timetable is always subject to change.
What You Can Do To Help At Home!
Please help your child by supporting them with their homework, spellings and times tables. Times times is central to the Year Three maths curriculum, therefore you should encourage your child to practice and learn times tables on a daily basis. By the end of Year Four, it is essential that all children know their timestables up to 12x12 so they are prepared for upper KS2 maths.
Please click on the below links for example times table grids to practise with: