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Morpurgo Class (Yr 3)

Welcome to Morpurgo Class!

Mrs Robinson and Mrs Holliday

 

The children in Morpurgo Class are a fantastic, hardworking team. 

 

 

Term 5 Morpurgo Newsletter

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Welcome back! I hope you have all had an enjoyable and restful Easter. This term our International Primary Curriculum topic is 'Significant People', where we will be learning all about important individuals, who have made a difference in th world .  In Science we will be continuing our learning about plants.

 

 

Topic Launch - They made a difference! We researched significant people who have changed our world and made a poster as a team.

Topic Launch - They made a difference!  We researched significant people who have changed our world and made a poster as a team. 1
Topic Launch - They made a difference!  We researched significant people who have changed our world and made a poster as a team. 2
Topic Launch - They made a difference!  We researched significant people who have changed our world and made a poster as a team. 3
Topic Launch - They made a difference!  We researched significant people who have changed our world and made a poster as a team. 4

Learning Goals:

Learning Goals this term are focussed on using appropriate conjunctions, adverbs and prepositions to express time, cause and place (writing), retrieving and recording information from non-fiction texts (reading) and multiplying a 2 digit by 1 digit number using a formal written methods (maths).

 

Powers Of Learning

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In Morpurgo class we are continually trying to strengthen and show our powers of learning.  Each week a gem is awarded to one person who demonostrates a super power in a particular gem!

Maths

The children are enjoying using Times Tables Rockstars. Regular practice is resulting in children scoring more highly and in a faster time. They are also able to access this resource online at home, using their login details which are at the front of their home/academy diary. Many children are now regularly using Mathletics at home, which is great to see. The activities match closely the learning that we do in class so it is a great resource to reinforce learning. New tasks are added each week for children to access at home using their login details, which are in the front of their home/academy diary. They can also access Mathletics Live and compete in timed challenges with other children across the world once they have completed their set tasks.

Photographs from our maths lessons

English

This term we are learning how to write a really exciting adventure story!

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We will also write persuasively to convince our readers to agree with our point of view.

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Reading

We will continue to promote a love of reading in school. 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. Rainbow stickers are awarded each week to children who have read regularly.

 

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Reading Information For Parents

Your child's reading experience is much more than the reading book which comes home from school. Reading is happening all the time in a classroom and in the school. It is taught in specific reading and English lessons, but children are practising and using their 'reading' constantly across all subjects too.

 

Parents can support this 'reading journey' through regular reading at home. Reading to and with your child every evening for at least ten minutes can make a dramatic difference to a child's achievement within school. A report from the Oxford University Press highlighted the importance of parents reading with their children. 'Children who read outside of class are 13 times more likely to read above the expected level for their age'.

 

The report also offers six tips for reading with your child at home, including:

1. Make time to read- even ten minutes a day

2. Choose different types of books

3. Take turns to read

4. Talk about the book- asking your child questions

5. Pay attention to the language

6. Enjoy reading

Recommended Reads

World Book Day

World Book Day 1
World Book Day 2
World Book Day 3

French

This year we will continue to learn  French.  Below are some useful websites to encourage your child to practice their language skills!

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryfrench/index_flash.shtml

http://www.french-games.net/

http://www.digitaldialects.com/French.htm

 

PE: Every  Monday and Tuesday - Please ensure your child has their labelled kit.

 

Homework- Sent home on Friday, returned on Thursday.

 

Thanks for your support!smiley

Please feel free to come in if you have any concerns.

Mrs Robinson and Mrs Holliday.

Class Councillors (Ellie and Liam)

Class Councillors (Ellie and Liam) 1

Maths Games

Linked to our mathematical learning

Online Maths Programs used regularly at home and school
Times Table Games:
Counting Games:
Other calculation or place value games:

English web-sites

Literacy games or activities used in our learning

Useful web-site for all subjects

Previous Learning in Morpurgo Class

Scavengers and Settlers Topic Entry Point

Tullie House Romans Assembly

Engaging in Divali Practices

Previous Termly Newsletters

Term 3 Class Newsletter

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