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Class 8 (Y3)

School Closure: Home Learning

We will be providing learning opportunities for pupils throughout the period of closure. Please visit the class blog (link below) to access the tasks set.  Don't forget to comment on the blog and let me know what you've been up to, 

Welcome to Class 8!


This page will provide you with all the information you will need in order to support your child throughout their Year 3 journey.


You can keep up to date with us via our class blog page too.


Miss Wolf laugh


Attendance matters

Each week we aim to achieve over 96% attendance. Let's make a really big effort to come to school every day so we can achieve this! 



Children are expected to read daily at home. Children will be issued with reading books along with a reading record and these must be brought in to school every day. Please ensure that when your child reads at home that you sign their reading record to let their teacher know. Children will receive a raffle ticket for every read which will go in a draw for the chance to win a prize on Fridays.



Homework tasks are sent home every Friday and due to be completed and returned back to school every Wednesday. These tasks will then be marked and returned to the children. At the end of each half-term, children will be given a pre-learning task in order to prepare them for the next half-term's topic. This must be completed and handed back in on the first day back after the holidays.



Class 8's weekly spelling test is on a Friday. A new list of spellings to practice will be given to take home every week.



In Class 8, PE lessons take place on Tuesday every week with Mr Thomasson. Please make sure that PE kits (including trainers/pumps) are in school on this day.



In Class 8, children will be going swimming every Wednesday until January. Please make sure children have their swimming kit (swimsuit/shorts, a towel and a bag) on this day.



Wondering what to read? 

Have a look at the recommended reads for Year 3 - how many can you read this year?