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E P Collier

Primary School and Nursery

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Year 3 / 4

25th January

 

Try and join your 8.50 - 9.20am Teams meeting if you can. 

 

Try and do the top three lessons according to your calendar or by watching the videos. If you can't do them on the day then please complete them in order. 

 

  • Watch the maths video or live session, then spend a maximum of 30 minutes on the work. 
  • Watch the reading video or listen to the story, then spend a maximum of 20 minutes on the work. 
  • Watch the writing video and spend a maximum of 30 minutes doing the follow up task.
  • If you have time, and availability for the other lessons, well done! 
  • You have spelling work and times tables work below.

 

We're going to ask you to try and send in two pieces of work a week to:  LKS2parents@epcollier.reading.sch.uk 

 

This week, please hand in:

Reading work on Wednesday - your vocabulary and inference answers.

Writing work on Friday - descriptive paragraph. 

 

Try and join a live session if you can. 

 

Try and get outside - we'd be running around for at least half an hour a day in school.

 

Join your story time/end of day meeting. These are at different times for different classes, and are a relaxed way to finish the day with a chat with classmates.

 

Miss Pope, Miss Dass, Mr Khimji and Mr Griffiths

Suggested Timetable w/b 25th January

How to access Big Cat ebooks

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Helpful Links for Skills Practice

Reading

Recommended Reading List- Year 3/4

Times Tables

Children should try to practice their times tables from 1 all the way through to 12, as often as they can. 

Spellings

Some ideas of activities to learn the Year 3 and 4 spelling words

Year 3 and 4 Parent Welcome 'Meeting'

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A welcome to year 3 and 4, including information about curriculum coverage this year, how we teach mixed age group classes and how you can support your child's learning at home.
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