PE will take place on Tuesday and Friday. Please make sure your child has the correct PE kit; shorts or jogging bottoms, grey / black, white polo shirt or plain white t-shirt, trainers or pumps.
FROM 25/02/19 - PE will take place for 3EH on a Monday and Tuesday
Children are required to read everyday at home, whether it be from a book / magazine / newpaper if entirely up to yourself and the child. It is preferably to read with an adult and have their reading book changed at least once a week with their reading record signed.
A visit to the school library will be on Tuesday. Children will be able to choose books to take home to read and change them on the following Tuesday afternoon.
Spelling will be given on Monday. This will involve children researching words with similar spelling patterns. A test will be conducted on Friday. Ten basic words with the spelling pattern will be chosen.
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This week we will be practicing the 6 x table and the related division facts. The children will practice ten questions daily before being tested on Friday. Any practice at home is beneficial to the development of the childrens' learning.
This week in our spelling lessons we will be revisiting homophones.
to - too - two
hole - whole
blue - blew
bear - bare
great - grate
Due to the snow and the schools closure, the children will be having their times table and their spelling test on Monday 4th February.
This week we will be looking at the 8x table and the related division facts.
This week the children will be creating their own spelling lists either from the y3/4 spelling list or from words they are commonly misspelling in their writing.
The children will be bringing home their own spelling lists and will test each other on Friday. This would also be a good opportunity for many of the children to practice their handwriting.
This week the children will be tested on the related division facts of the three and four times tables.
This week we are investigating words with the /k/ sound spelt ‘ch’
This week we are starting a new topic - Money. Any practice at home would be beneficial to the development of the children's learning.
We will be continuing to look at the 4x table and the children will be tested on Friday.
This week we are investigating the prefixes Super- and Auto-
Children should investigate words that follow this spelling pattern. They will be tested on the simplest 10 words on Friday
I hope you all had a wonderful and restful holiday break :) ! Throughout the Spring Term the children will be tested weekly on both spellings and their times tables in preparation for the new government Times Table check in 2020.
This week we will be looking at the 4x tables. The children will be tested on Friday afternoon.
Some examples of questions may include:
__ x 4 = 16
__ x 4 = 48
The children may like to use the following website to practice - I know they very much enjoy playing in class https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
This week we will be revising the suffixes ‘-less’, ‘-ness’, ‘-ful’ and ‘-ly.
Children should investigate words that end in this suffix. Ten random words will be chosen for the test on Friday.
All the best,
This week we have been practicing ten words from the year 3/4 statutory spelling list.
Children should practice the following words:
This week we are looking at the prefixes Sub- and Tele-
Some examples include:
Children should research the pattern at home. A list of the ten simplest words will be tested on Friday
This week we are investigating changing words using the suffixes -ness and -ful
Kind ---> Kindness
Fair ---> Fairness
Pain ---> Painful
Success ---> Successful
DO NOT drop the 'e'
Hope ---> Hopeful
If the word ends with 'y' change to an 'i'.
Beauty ---> Beautiful
This week we are investigating the /g/ sound spelt ‘-gue’ and the /k/ sound spelt ‘-que’
Some examples include:
Children should investigate the spelling pattern at home to ensure they are prepared for the test on Friday.
This week we will be practicing spellings from the National Curriculum year 3/4 spelling list.
We will be looking at the following words:
Children should practice the spelling words through creating relevant sentences or word pyramids
This week we are looking at the /ɪ/ sound spelt ‘y’
This week we are looking at the prefix's Mis- and Re-
Some examples are:
Mis- has only one s. NOT Miss Understood! (its a word not a teacher!)
Here are some helpful maths websites