13/7/2020

Dear Class 3,

How are you all? Very well I hope.

Well done for having a look to see what learning is happening during this last full week before the summer holidays!

The Oak Academy have now stopped producing lessons until next year. We didn’t start their lessons from the beginning, so please can you

follow the lessons from week 1 this week?

https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-3

Here’s what to expect:

Maths: All about fractions

Literacy: All about instructions

Spanish: All about numbers to 10

History: All about the Norman conquest

Music: Clapping out a pulse

Take care and hope to see you all soon,

Class 3 Team

6/7/2020

Dear Class 3,

We hope you’re all continuing to keep well at home.

We would love to hear from you so please do write to school or send us an email and tell us your news or art work:  office@stgabrielsprimary.co.uk

I’m sure you’ve seen in the newsletter that on Monday 20th July, year 2 and year 3 only are invited into school for the day. Year 4 and year 5 will be in school on the Tuesday. You will be split into two groups and will spend half the day with us and half the day with another teacher. It would be simply amazing to see you all!

​Here’s the links to home learning starting for week 11, starting Monday 6th July: https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-3

Maths: This week is all about multiplication and division using your known facts. You will learn how to work out your 6  and 8 times table to solve word problems.

Reading and writing: More about diaries. The first part of the week will be reading diaries and remembering what a diary is. The second part of the week will be writing your own diary.

Writing a daily diary during your time at home could be a really helpful thing to do. A diary can include pictures as well as a way to record memories.

Spanish: Learning how to describe someone’s appearance.

Art: Creating an Anamorphic Letter​!. This is an optical illusion that you will love trying out!

Keep going, you’re all doing so well! 


Stay safe and hopefully see you soon!
Class 3 Team! ( Miss Gilbert, Miss Chittenden,Miss Davidson,  Miss Corrigan and Miss Aida)

29/6/2020

Dear Class 3,

 Hope you’re all keeping safe and well at home and not getting too hot in the heat! 

 You’re all doing a brilliant job at home and having a go at learning, we know it’s not an easy thing to do and we’re very proud of you.

 Next week will be Week 10 of the Oak Academy, W/C 29th June.

 https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-3

 In Maths, it will be all about telling the time on an analogue clock. Perhaps you could start by drawing a daily time table of what you get up to in the day and add the times that you do these things.

 In Literacy, it will be all about story writing. I’m adding a link the the Literacy Shed because there might be a short film clip you could watch to inspire you to write a story. https://www.literacyshed.com/home.html

 There is also a Spanish lesson all about being able to name your family members and pets in Spanish! 

 Here is a link to Tate Kids in case you want to have a go at an art activity https://www.tate.org.uk/kids

 Remember to keep having a go at reading books of your choice each day and if you would like to send us a letter or a picture to school, we would love to hear from you!

 Keep safe and take care,

 Miss Gilbert, Miss Chittenden, Ms Davidson, Miss Corrigan and Miss Aida!

22/6/2020

Dear Class 3,

We hope everyone has had a productive week of learning, enjoyed the sun and relaxed to the storms!

Next week we will be following Week 9, week commencing Monday 22nd June at school and would like you to follow the same as much as possible.

Maths focus will be comparing capacities, and English focus will be newspaper writing. Perhaps you can write a newspaper article focuses on your b=very own experiences of covid-19.

Don’t forget about the amazing extra activities such as art, music and Spanish that the oak provide.

We will copy the link for you to access the learning at the bottom of the page.

At school this week Ms Davidson and Bubble 3 had lots of fun developing their knowledge of non-chronological reports. They used this as an opportunity to research and write about their favourite animals. They also used this to inspire some fantastic pieces of art. Throughout maths they explored the topic of weight and mass and enjoyed developing their understandings of this concept!

Next week will be a warm one, so work hard, get outside and enjoy the sunshine as much as possible and be sure to stay hydrated!

Keep up the great work!

 

The Class 3 Team.

 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-3#schedule

15/6/20

Dear class 3, 

We hope you are all keeping safe and well, we really miss you all! Well done for reading this message and for continuing to do your best to learn at home – you’re doing such a good job!

We’re going to be continuing with National Oak Academy resources next week at school so here is the link and a little summary of the lessons so you can join in at home too.

 You can see our class 3 schedule at: https://classroom.thenational.academy/schedule-by-year/year-3/

 In Maths we will be learning about reading scales, adding and subtracting mass as well as trying some problem solving with mass. Perhaps you could try some baking at home with an adult to explore measuring and weighing food? In Literacy we will look at non-chronological reports. There’s also a Science session all about sound you can try during the week. 

As well as these ideas, there’s still lots of art activities you could try out here http://stgabrielsprimary.co.uk/art/

If things seem too tricky, try out the Year 2 lessons or have a look in this section and pick some lessons to try outhttps://classroom.thenational.academy/specialist/

If you would also like to write us a letter at school to let us what you’ve been doing or to draw us a picture, ask your parent or carer to help you address an envelope to school, addressed to Class 3 and add a stamp. We would love to hear from you!

Take care and keep safe,

Class 3 Team ​

8/6/2020

Dear Class 3,

We hope everyone is keeping safe and well. We hope you had fun with some learning through the Oak Academy last week.

Next week we will be following Week 7, week commencing Monday 8th June at school and would like you to follow the same as much as possible.

Maths focus will be multiplying and dividing by 10, 100, 1,000 and English focus will be letter writing. Perhaps you can write us a letter and send it to school? We’d love to hear from you!

Remember to try and have a look at some of the amazing specialist subjects available through the Oak Academy as well.

We will copy the link for you to access the learning at the bottom of the page.

Miss Davidson had a wonderful time learning with the children in school on Friday. She is looking forward to her first full week with the Class 3 and can’t wait to read some of the letters you may write at home. She hopes everyone who is learning at home has enjoyed the Oak Academy resource and are having fun learning in this new way.

Keep up the great work!

 

The Class 3 Team.

 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-3#schedule

1/6/2020

Dear Class 3,

We hope you’re all keeping safe and well at home and have been enjoying the sunshine over the half term.

Well done for all the amazing learning you’ve been having a go at whilst at home, you’re doing really well and should feel very proud.

You will know that from this week, some children will be returning to school. We know this may be hard if you’re still staying at home for a little bit longer. We’re sure you’re really be missing your friends and school life now!

To help you with your learning at home, we’re going to be using lessons from The Oak National Academy, which is a collection of high quality online lessons and online resources, backed by the government. So you’ll be able to access the same lessons we’re teaching at school whilst you’re at home. This will replacing the existing online learning we’ve been providing from Tuesday 2nd June.

New lessons are added each week.

click here to take you to the website

As we’ve said before, please don’t feel the pressure to cover everything, try out the lessons and do what you can. You have the option of trying lessons from Year 2 if you would like.

There is also a specialist’s subject section with lots of support around different subjects, so please do feel free to try these instead or as well.

When you do get a chance to return to school, as well as the familiar faces, you’ll also get to meet our new teacher, Miss Davidson, who has just joined our Class 3 team.

Stay safe,

Class 3 Team

Week 1

Literacy

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Maths

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Click here for activity 4 – adding

Click here for activity 5 – shapes

Click here for activity 6 – missing numbers

Maths games:

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Creative curriculum

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RE

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Week 2

Literacy

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Maths

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Creative curriculum

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Week 3

Literacy

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Maths

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Creative curriculum

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Week 4

Literacy

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Maths

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Creative curriculum

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Week 5

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Literacy

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For parents/carers – reading mark scheme

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Maths

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Music

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Art

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Week 6

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Literacy

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For parents – The jungle book

Maths

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Art

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Week 7

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Literacy

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Maths

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Calm time

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Art

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PE

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