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Please see the link below to find out what the children will be learning about towards the end of this term and the summer term.
Whilst the school is closed to many due to the COVID-19 virus, here are the activities we would like you to do at home with your children (expected). We will post a timetable for activities each week.
We have aimed to provide a range of activities to support learning and create interest. The main thing is, we want the children to have fun doing the activities you choose. Hopefully, these will also alleviate boredom whilst we are having to stay at home. If you remember, take some photos of your child doing the activities or show us the results when we're back at school. We'd love to share and hear about the children's learning adventures at home!
Please continue to use the email addresses below so that you may contact your child's teacher during school hours with any queries you have about home learning activities and to stay in touch. If you do take photos of your children enjoying their learning at home, feel free email them to us and we will put them on our page of the website.
Click on the star below for lists of suggested reading books.
Please use the emails addresses below to contact your child's class teacher. They will be contactable during school hours.
If you have Environmental Studies or RE news, please let Miss George know!
Please take a moment to read this term's curriculum letter. Thank you.
As we come to the end of Autumn Term, we'd like to say a big well done to the children in year 3. They have settled in well to life at St Mary's and have worked incredibly hard throughout the term. Thank you to all of the parents and carers also for your ongoing support. We couldn't do it without you.
We wish you all a restful Christmas and look forward to seeing you all raring to go in January!
Best wishes from the Year 3 Team
A letter was sent out asking for various items needed so that the children can recycle them to make Christmas decorations. The specific items that Year 3 require are toilet or kitchen rolls (we ideally need one per child) and magazines. If you could send any our way, that would be great!
We had a brilliant time at Celtic Harmony Camp last week. The children learnt lots about the Stone Age and had plenty of fun along the way.