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Y3: Hawthorn, Juniper

Teachers' emails:

 

JUNIPER: jasonseldon@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk

HAWTHORN: bethWilley@stratton.cornwall.sch.uk

 

Work for Day 1 of isolation

This work is for the first day of absence.  Please ensure this is completed.  Your class teacher will be in contact about further work.

 

  • Reading
  • Spellings
  • TTRS
  • Physical activity (eg Joe Wicks/cosmic yoga)

Weekly Update – Friday 24th June

 

Trip: If you have not already done so, please ensure you have given consent and payment for your child to go on our trip to Dartmoor Zoo.

 

English: This week, the children wrote their own non-chronological reports about mice.

 

Maths: The children practised finding the duration and measuring time.

 

Topic: We talked about the journey of food products ‘from farm to fork’, specifically thinking about meat and where it comes from. We also continued drawing animals in the style of Gary Hodges. In computing, we are learning to code using the programme ‘Scratch’.

 

Homework:

Reading: We expect children to read at least 5 times a week and record this in their yellow log.

Maths: We expect the children to practice their Times Table Rockstars for at least 10 minutes each week.

Spelling: Please practise spelling common exception words at least three times a week.

 

Enjoy your long weekend!

Mr Seldon & Miss Willey

 

Hawthorn share their jubilee books with their buddies

Trip to the River Neet/Strat

Wild Tribe day

Roman Projects

Filling the planters in the poly-tunnel

St. Andrew's church visit

Roman Day

Roman Day Marching and Invasion

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World Maths Day

World Book Day in Year 3

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...but they loved the mealworms!

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