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St Vincent de Paul

Welcome to St Vincent de Paul!

Year Three


 

See the source image                                              Class teacher: Mrs A Ayers

Dear Year 3!

Welcome back to our Home learning for Term 5! It is lovely to see some great examples of learning coming to me already, thank you children and parents for all your hard work and dedication. It is quite different to all of us and I miss seeing you every day in my class, but we will have fun and will learn lots of new things through our Home learning! I have set up tasks for you on Mathletics, Literacy Planet and Times Tables Rockstars.  Remember to email the pictures of your wonderful learning, and also the pictures of your cooking, measuring, building, gardening and all other exciting activities you are doing with your families. I will upload these pictures weekly on our class page for everyone to see what new skills you have been learning. Remember to take part in our weekly Art Competition!

 

There will also be lessons for all year groups available from Monday 20th on BBC Bitesize, which will give you other learning experiences. The link is https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zmyxxyc/year-3-lessons/1

 

 

If you have any questions regarding work or anything else I could help you with please email me and will come back to you ASAP. 

 

Stay safe and healthy

Kind Regards,

Mrs A Ayers

Please have a look at our termly overview:

This Week's Home Learning:

Reading with Mrs Turner:  https://youtu.be/tnL5tnzP0No

                         Chapter 2:  https://youtu.be/VIoGMf4qK34

Rasta

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Hello Year 3! As some of you already know, I have a new puppy. His name is Rasta, he is an English Bulldog and he is 10 weeks old. He has been practising his new skills in the garden and wanted to show you how well he can jump! Stay well everyone and hope you are enjoying the beautiful sunshine as much as Rasta does. Mrs A Ayers

Previous Home Learning:

Week 5 of amazing Home learning, well done Year 3, have a lovely half term, please stay safe and well!

Week 4 - very proud of your hard work on your Home learning Year 3!

Amazing Home learning from Week 3, well done for your creativity and dedication!

Some lovely examples of Week 2 Home learning, well done Year 3, you have been working super hard!

Isaac's poem about football, lovely expression and use of poetry techniques.

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Jack sings with his dad to support Bristol City Hospitals Charity, very proud of you Jack, wonderful singing and great course to raise money for!

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RRzPB_VTjVY&feature=youtu.be

Please have a look at some wonderful examples of Home Learning during Week 1. Well done Year 3, very proud of you all!

It is always good to stay fit and enjoy the sunshine. Isaac is practising his tennis skills, great concentration!

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Safe to say Year 3 are enjoying their home learning. Very proud of every single one of you, you are a credit to our school. Have a lovely relaxing Easter Break, stay safe and healthy - Mrs A Ayers.

Online activities available for Year 3

 

There will be lots of activities (which will be available on Monday) on the following sites:

Mathletics,

Times Tables Rockstars,

Charanga,

Literacy Shed,

These will support learning give a wide range of learning experiences  

The login details have been handed out but if they are missing please contact me and I will make sure that you receive them.

The link below will take you to the BBC live lessons site for Primary schools which has a wide range of videos available to watch!!

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons/primary-live-lessons/zmc9jhv

 

Any questions, please ask.

 

Stay safe and look after yourself.

Kind Regards,

 Mrs A Ayers

 

The children in Year 3 explored their favourite stories and characters through drama.Fantastic costumes and excellent team work, well done year 3, super effort!

We had a fantastic day at Bristol Museum exploring Ancient Egypt. Thank you all the parents who joined us on the trip - we can't do it without you!

How did Egyptians store their favourite things? Year 3 children made their Treasure Boxes and learnt how to measure them.

Please have a look at our termly overview:

The children have explored what is the Liturgy of the Word and its importance for Catholics through drama activities. Thank you Joseph for coming in and making this experience purposeful and enjoyable.

Year 3 children have shared their learning with the residents of the nursing home. This was a valuable experience for all of us, thank you parents and friends who helped us with the walk.

Please have a look at our Knowledge Organiser:

Year 3 explored the feelings and the expectations of the characters from the Christmas story through drama.

Please have a look at our termly overview:

Thank you Mr Lipinski for coming and sharing with us Christmas Carols. Now it feels very festive in Year 3!

Well done Year 3 and 4 for your lovely singing and actions, we are all very proud of you!

Well done Year 3 and 4 for your lovely singing and actions, we are all very proud of you! 1
Well done Year 3 and 4 for your lovely singing and actions, we are all very proud of you! 2
Well done Year 3 and 4 for your lovely singing and actions, we are all very proud of you! 3

Please have a look at our termly overview:

The children are learning about traditions and special celebrations during Judaism Week.

This term the children from Year 3 are developing their fundamental movement skills with Future Stars coaches.

We were very lucky to have Joseph, who is completing his training with Canon Tom in our class for RE lesson. The children had an opportunity to have a thoughtful conversation with Joseph about the meaning of baptism and how Christians are called to be prophets.

We were very lucky to have Joseph, who is completing his training with Canon Tom in our class for RE lesson. The children had an opportunity to have a thoughtful conversation with Joseph about the meaning of baptism and how Christians are called to be prophets.  1
We were very lucky to have Joseph, who is completing his training with Canon Tom in our class for RE lesson. The children had an opportunity to have a thoughtful conversation with Joseph about the meaning of baptism and how Christians are called to be prophets.  2
We were very lucky to have Joseph, who is completing his training with Canon Tom in our class for RE lesson. The children had an opportunity to have a thoughtful conversation with Joseph about the meaning of baptism and how Christians are called to be prophets.  3

Please find attached the presentation from the Curriculum evening.

Well done Year 3 - you have made a fantastic start to KS2!

Please have a look at our termly overview :

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