Year 3 2020 - 2021
Welcome to Class 3
Summer Term 2021
We hope that you have all had a lovely Easter break and have been able to enjoy the days of lovely sunshine that we had. Hopefully you are all feeling refreshed and ready for the exciting challenges planned for the summer term. Let's hope the sunshine stays with us!
English for the beginning of this half term will focus around two books, 'The Journey’ and ‘Tilly Mint Tales’. We think that you will really enjoy them and we can't wait to get started!
We begin our new geography topic this term which is all about ‘Rivers’. This topic focus on physical geography and enables pupils to begin to understand the features and processes of rivers. Once we have discovered the features of a river we will apply our knowledge to investigate a local river.
P.E. will continue to be on Wednesday and Thursday's. Don't forget that P.E. on Wednesday's is now a swimming session at Formby baths. Remember to bring your swimming costume, towel and swimming cap with you on Wednesday morning. Goggles can be worn if you wish. A coach will bring us to and from Formby baths. A copy of the swimming session letter is available in class if you need an extra copy or you can ask any questions you may have when you see us at the classroom door.
Our much anticipated Camp Night is this half term too. The camp organisers will arrive at school on Thursday 20th May and camp will run from 3pm on the Thursday until 3pm on Friday 21st May. Copies of the Camp Night pack are available in class but again, if you have any questions please do ask.
Whole school assemblies take place on Monday and Friday.
We are looking forward to a busy but fun filled half term!
If you have any questions or concerns you can contact us via the class email address at firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks for your support. Stay safe and happy!
Mrs Buckley & Mrs Riozzie.
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Mental Health links:
- Children's Mental Health resources - for parents
- 5 minutes of fun
- Partnership for Children
- Family Togetherness
- Relax with Hollie
- BBC - Children's Mental Health activities
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