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Welcome to Year 3 – Robins

Class Teachers: Mrs Julians (Monday to Wednesday) and Mrs Taylor (Wednesday to Friday)

Teaching and Support Staff Mrs Taylor and Mrs Julians
1-1 Staff Mrs Reid and Mrs Smith
Robins 2020-21

At the end of term we held elections and voted for our two fantastic new Robins School Councillors

We chose Eve and Marcus to represent us all

Class Information

  • Reading books are changed when your child has completed their book. (Remember to ask them questions about their book to show that they understand what they have read). Reading books need to be in school every day
  • Spellings and Maths homework given out on Wednesdays
  • PE - indoor Tuesday and outdoor Mondays
  • Autumn Term

    This term in Year 3 we have really enjoyed getting back to teaching within the classroom.

    In Science we have studied the structure of The Earth, types and formation of rocks and will start looking at volcanoes and fossils soon.

    The children have shared some lovely take-home tasks and enjoyed talking about how they made them and what they have learned.

    In Literacy we have worked really hard on our spelling, looked at stories from other cultures, and enjoyed reading , performing and creating our own humorous poetry and poetry which creates images.

    In Maths we have focussed on the four number operations and worked hard at understanding the importance of place value.

    In Theme we have been discussing maps and their symbols. We have walked around Toddington closely following a map and then, once back in the classroom, designed our own symbols to create our own maps of the village.

    We have also had great fun learning to play the P'bone and greeting one other in French.

  • Our Fabulous Autumn Take Home Tasks

  • Healthy Hearts and Minds Day

    Robins had a really busy end of term Healthy Hearts and Minds Day.

    In the classroom we talked about how we are all different, interesting and unique but at the same time we have so much in common . We drew fabulous monsters, shared ideas and discussed different ways of sharing and working through our feelings. Mrs Scott helped us try some Yoga and mindfulness.

    Robins had a fun Scooter Cross session scooting skillfully around the cones and limbo poles set up across the playground.

    Later, in the Hall, we practised our aim by playing Dodgeball and Curling and our co-ordination with Speed Jumps and Speed Stacking.

Upcoming Events

27th May - Where in the World Day

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