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Coordination (PE)

The Physical Education take home worksheet focuses all around coordination for this half term. It gives children opportunities to learn at home whilst keeping fit. The worksheet can be written on or be discussed with a parent or carer. I have attached the document below. Don't forget to send anything you complete to your class teacher on Seesaw.


Chance to Shine Cricket session

Chance to Shine are running weekly cricket sessions live on youtube. These are taking place every Wednesday between 2-2.45pm and can be found via the following link https://youtu.be/uYyvkI0tpnk.

This week the session is called Cool Catcher and is focusing on catching skills. If you want to take part you will need a ball or rolled up pair of socks and a wall to rebound the ball off. 


Stone Age Online!

As part of their home learning, Year 3 have been researching and creating Stone Age artefacts and cave paintings.

Take a look at some of the Stone Age necklaces- did children find them when digging? Or are they learning how to survive the Stone Age?


Home Learning 18th January 2021

Year 3 Home School Learning- we are very proud of all children completing learning at home. It was hard to choose children to earn the Home Learner of the Week award.

We have had so many Year 3 children regularly attending Zoom lessons this week and sharing their work through our home learning platform-Seesaw. We must have had over 80 pieces of work sent in!!

It is great to see children enjoying their challenges.

We have attached all the information needed for this week's home learning. The Zoom links will be sent to parents/carers through ping.

Keep Safe 


BBC Lockdown Lessons on TV

Hi everyone,

the BBC are putting school materials on TV, iPlayer and online from today. Look out for programmes on CBBC as well as iplayer and online. This will run alongside BBC bitesize. There will be 3 hours of primary school programming on CBBC a day between 9:00am and 12:00am every weekday. They will also be on the red button and iplayer. Watch out for the celebrity supply teachers like Marcus Rashford.  

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-55591821   


First News children's newspaper

During Lockdown First News are letting us have free access to their weekly newspaper. This is a weekly newspaper aimed at 7 to 14-year-olds that aims to get kids talking about the news in an easy to understand and non-threatening way.

It cover issues which are relevant to children and which specifically affect them. Inside you’ll find a mix of world news and UK news, but also loads of fun stuff, such as entertainment, games, animals, sport and puzzles.


Reading at home

I have attached some useful links with great free resources to encouarge reading at home during the lockdown. 

Please see : 7 top tips to support reading in KS2; reading home links; and also look at www.borrowbox.com to access free e-books and audio books from your local library. 

Miss Harvey

 


Home Learning 11th January 2021

WOW AMAZING  YEAR 3- we had so many children last week sharing their learning on our online learning platform- Seesaw.

Our home learning grid for this week along with all resources are attached. Online live lesson through Zoom will go ahead, these links will be sent separately via pin.

Keep safe

Miss Laitl & Mrs Slate

 


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