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Title: An Introduction to Year Three


1
An Introduction to Year Three
2
Literacy
  • Writing will cover a wide range of genre,
    including fiction non fiction
  • Children need their reading book reading record
    in school every day and Library book on
    Wednesday.
  • Reading books can be changed on Monday, Wednesday
    and Friday.
  • Handwriting is done every week

3
Maths
  • 10 minute starter
  • Whole class main activity
  • Individual or group work
  • Plenary
  • Tables x2,x3,x4,x5,x6,10 should be known by the
    end of the year. Tests will be given on a weekly
    basis on a specified set of tables. A list of
    good Tables games websites will be put on
    homework labels.

4
Science
  • This half term we are finding out about
    characteristics of materials
  • We will be learning about properties of magnets
    and springs after half term

5
ICT
  • Children are being introduced to Databases this
    term.
  • They will be using music composition software
    after half term
  • Throughout the year they will be accessing the
    KGFL (digital brain) site http//upperthong.kgfl.
    digitalbrain.com
  • Hopefully they will be Blogging using our website
    and be in contact with other schools around the
    world.

6
ICT
  • ICT is used across the curriculum
  • In Maths the children use ICT maths games to
    reinforce work in the classroom
  • Children use the Internet to research topics
  • Microsoft Publisher is used for word processing
    and desk top publishing
  • A range of other software is also used

7
Geography
  • This terms topic is Weather around the World.
  • Through holiday destinations we will research
    other places around the world and find out about
    their weather.
  • Also we will look at extremes of weather and how
    a forecast is put together.

8
History
  • Main topics for the year are
  • Ancient Egyptians (Spring term)
  • Who Do You think You Are? (Summer term)

9
Art Design
  • This term we are focusing on Pattern
  • Children will need an old shirt so as to protect
    their school clothing
  • We will also be looking at sculpture and visiting
    the YSP

10
Music
  • This year all the class (including the
    teachers!!!) are being taught Samba Drumming
  • There will also be musical composition using ICT
    in the second half of this term.
  • There will be opportunities for the children to
    perform at various places including the Holmfirth
    Festival.

11
PE
  • Children need an indoor and outdoor PE kit in
    school at all times
  • Trainers / pumps, shorts, t-shirt, jogging
    bottoms and sweatshirt. Please look at the
    suggested colours of PE shorts and T-Shirts
  • This term we will be doing gymnastics or dance
    each week on a Friday
  • Outdoor games takes place on Wednesday each week
    this term will be football and rugby

12
Homework
  • Times tables will be tested regularly
  • In addition, other homework may be given to
    support work being done in different curriculum
    areas which will be done in a Learning Logse.g.
    finding patterns for Art
  • Some Maths. Homework will be given to revise
    concepts already taught. If you need to refer to
    the school Calculation Policy which can be
    accessed on the Website under Parents
  • Please read the letter on Learning Logs for
    parents and visit http//www.learninglogs.co.uk/in
    glehurstyear320067.htm

13
Rewards
  • We have several reward systems to encourage and
    praise in class
  • House points
  • Well done book
  • Head teacher Awards
  • Class points
  • Tickets weekly prize draw

14
Behaviour
  • High standards of behaviour are expected
  • School behaviour policy closely followed
  • Children have their own Class Charter through the
    Investors in Pupil Scheme

15
Enriching the curriculum
  • Educational visits planned
  • Visit by the Manchester Museum staff to support
    History work on Ancient Egyptians Spring Term
  • Visit to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park to support
    work in Art Summer Term
  • Field trips around local area to support work in
    History and Geography Summer Term
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