Monday, 29 April 2019

Year 3 Curriculum letter Summer Term

Year 3 - Curriculum Newsletter
Welcome back and we trust you all had a restful Easter break. We hope you find this letter informative, please do not hesitate to contact your child’s class teacher if you have any questions relating to the curriculum.
Our expectation at Broadford is that every child should do the following every night:
                            15 minutes reading to themselves or an adult and note in the reading record
                                                             15 minutes practising spellings
                             15 minutes rehearsing times tables facts (including multiplication and division)

If children would like to attempt an additional challenge, we have a new Learning Challenge for children to attempt this half of the Autumn Term. All of the activities are based around a significant person, poem or painting relating to our topics. Children do not have to attempt every activity but instead select the activities that they are most interested in and compile a project that reflects the extra time and effort that they have put into their challenge. We hope that children will take their time with the challenge and be proud of the work they produce they should hand this into their teacher at the end of the half term.

Spellings will be given out on Mondays. The children should practise their words every evening. We encourage the children to write their words in sentences on the back of their homework sheet. Their spelling test will take place on Fridays. Children in Read, Write, Inc groups could have their spellings given out and tested on different days.
Rockstar Times tables:
Children will be completing their timestables daily in school at the start of each maths lesson. Please practise timestables with your children at home, they will be able to tell you which tables they are currently working on.

Curriculum Information
We have included a summary of the topics which the children will be covering this half term. If you have any questions about the topics being covered, please do not hesitate to contact your class teacher.

Yours sincerely,

Miss Taylor        Mr Nicol
Sequoia Class Teacher   Hazel Class Teacher

Summer Term

1st Half Term
2nd Half Term
Guided Reading, spelling, grammar and punctuation
Explanation texts
Guided reading, spelling, grammar and punctuation
Persuasive Writing
Please fill in the reading journal after hearing your child read.
For a good selection of children books visit the local library. Also Mybookblog can be accessed from home with your children's individual usernames and passwords.
Rockstars timetables
Rockstars times tables
Properties of shape
Mass and capacity
Rockstars and Mymaths can be accessed from home with the children’s individual usernames/passwords.
Coding ‘if statement’, selecting pieces of code to execute depending on outcomes
Coding ‘if statement’, selecting pieces of code to execute depending on outcomes
Particle Theory
History/ Geography
Childhood -
Local Study
Second World War
Childhood - Continued
Local Study
Second World War
Sports day preparation
PE will usually be on Thursdays. Please ensure your child brings in their kit and leaves it at school.
Related to topic
Related to topic
Living in the wider world
Rights and Responsibilities
Taking care of the environment
To help pupils understand the reasons for the development of money using a role-play activity based on bartering.
To improve coin recognition skills by introducing the reasons for having different coin denominations.
Using a planning exercise based around a trip, develop pupils’ budgeting and mental maths skills.
Using a shop role play, demonstrate the importance of being able to check whether you’ve received the right change, and let pupils practise this skill.
Hornchurch Country Park -
Date to be confirmed

Reading Stay & Learn -
Thursday 9th May -  9-9.30 am
The Orbit -
Date to be confirmed

Topic Stay & Learn -
Thursday 13th June - 9-9.30 am

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