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Welcome back 3B! I hope you all had a wonderful Easter break. 


We have lots of exciting things planned for this term! We are beginning our new book, 'How to Train your Dragon' and the children have made a huge, fantastic collage of 'Toothless' for our classroom. 


In Maths, we are working on word problems this week. We will be beginning our Geography study on Megacities and in Science, we will be  investigating the question, 'How does your Garden grow?'




The children will begin their swimming lessons on Thursday afternoon. Please make sure they have their named kit with them. If you have not yet paid for your child to attend the lessons, please do so as soon as possible.


We also need another parent/grandparent reader to help us listen to the children reading this term. If you have any spare time to hear readers in our class on a weekly basis, please do let me know.

Wednesday is currently our day with Sports Savvy. Can you please ensure that your child has their PE kit in school and that if your child wears earrings, that they are removed before they come to school? We are unable to remove earrings or apply tape/plasters, so if your child is unable to remove their earrings, unfortunately they will not be able to participate in PE. Thank you.

Home Learning


Each Thursday, I will continue to send home a list of new spellings, a grammar activity and a maths challenge linked to this week's learning. I will try to ensure that the maths homework is marked and returned home by the end of the week. 


Homework is due in each Tuesday and spellings will be tested on a Thursday.


Each child should have received 2 sets of log in details for the Times Table Rockstars and Bug Club. Please do let Mrs Barham know if you need copies of your child's log-in.


Each week, it would be fantastic if your child could read from the teacher selected books online on Bug Club and practice their times tables on the Rockstars page. 


Please note, it's really important that your child completes 10 base line games on TT Rockstars. This will set a level for them to progress from and it will really show the children how much they have improved. 


Class teachers can view this data each week from school and assess the children's current levels and set new targets when appropriate.


Any questions or queries, please come and speak to a member of staff.