Welcome to Year 3
Good morning Class 3,
Following the government announcement last night school is unfortunately closed for most children until we are told we can welcome everyone back. This does mean that you will be asked to work from home on a range of different tasks. I know that this can sometimes be tricky to do at home so all we can ask is that you try your best with your families help. You were all AMAZING during the last lockdown!
Our home learning will begin properly from tomorrow and Mrs Talbot-Jones will be sending out a message later today to explain more. It will be a bit different from what you were used to last time and hopefully will feel more like being at school.
While we get everything set up and ready for you on Wednesday you will need something to do today. Here are some suggestions to get you started although you are NOT being asked to complete everything on this list!
Whatever you decide to do today look after yourselves and your families and stay safe and healthy.
You can post me any question you have on Dojo and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Below you will find our new Home learning activity booklet for this half-term. Completed activities are to be uploaded on your child’s portfolio on Class Dojo. As the children are not having new Home Learning books this year to bring into school each week, please let me know if you do need a new book or any paper to complete activities on. If you have any queries or questions about home learning please contact me through messages on Class Dojo and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
Snacks at Break time
Children are encouraged to bring a piece of fruit or vegetables to eat at break time. It helps them to concentrate up until lunch time.
If you bring your snack in a pot please ensure it has your child’s name on it.
Our PE day in Year 3 will be on Tuesday.
Please ensure your child comes to school on a Tuesday wearing PE kit with appropriate footwear. If your child wears earrings please make sure these are removed for their PE day or taped up before coming to school.