Mrs Robinson and Miss Carroll
Supported by Mrs Graham
The children in Morpurgo Class are a fantastic, hardworking team.
Our topics this term are 'Let's Plant It! and 'Bright Sparks'. We launched into our learning through visiting Susan's Farm at Houghton, this formed our plants entry point (see photographs above). Further information about our topic learning can be found on this terms newsletter or IPC letter (please see below).
This term our maths learning goals based upon solving number and place value problems. In writing we are focusing on writing chunks or paragraphs, which include linked sentences. For reading we are targeting reading, exception words. These word lists are stuck in children's home/academy diary for use at home and school.
We will continue to promote a love of reading in school and our class book this term is The Demon Dentist by David Walliams. As a school we aim for all children to read at home to an adult five times a week. Thank you for supporting your child in achieving this. Dojo points are awarded each week to children who have read regularly.
Leon thinks you should all read Horrid Henry Rocks because it is funny. His favourite bit in the book is: Boils on your fat face, Boils make you dumb. Chop chop chop 'em off, Stick 'em on your bum!
Megan thinks you should all read The Magical World of Harry Potter because it has lots of interesting facts in.
Sonny highly recommends F2 world of football for anyone that likes to learn football tricks.
Edward recommends his book to people who like to play Minecraft. It teaches you the best way to kill mobs.
Linked to our mathematical learning
Literacy games or activities used in our learning
Year 3 have shown how creative they are and have spent a lot of time preparing their designs at home for our Easter competition. Everyone that has entered will be rewarded a Dojo point for being resilient. It is clear Year 3 have kept going until they have been successful with their final design. Well done Class Morpurgo!
Year 3 have really enjoyed studying the book, Escape from Pompeii By Christina Balti.
They have produced some fantastic writing which we are delighted to share with you.
All pupils will be bringing their stories home as part of their homework.
We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we loved writing them!
Well done Year 3!
Year 3 really enjoyed World Book Day 2017
To celebrate world book day we all dressed up as a character from a book, including Miss Carroll who was Gangsta Granny.
We had a character parade so the children could explain who they were. They also recited a line from the book and some children performed dramas. The class enjoyed listening to a story read by Mrs Roberts. They also enjoyed sharing stories with the nursery and reception classes.
PE: Every Tuesday and Friday - Please ensure your child has their PE kit in school.
Homework- Sent home on Monday.
Completed homework brought back on Friday please.
Thanks for your support!
Please feel free to come in if you have any concerns.
Mrs Robinson and Miss Carroll