Welcome to Class 3T
Welcome to class 3JT’s page. Mr Thomas teaches the class and we have Miss Pickles and Mrs Croitoriu supporting in our class. We always aim high and have high expectations and standards in everything we do. Here you will find out a little about what is going on in our class this half term.
Our Geography topic this half term is Lake District and hills. The children will find out why there are so many hills in the Lake District. They will also investigate the types of settlement and land use in the towns that are located in the Lake District
Our Literacy topics this half term are based on newspaper reports and play scripts. We will look at lots of examples and identify the features. We will use everything we have learned to create our own versions.
In Mathematics we will start to work with fractions, including identifying them and counting in different fractions. We will continue to learn our times tables weekly to help with this. This half term we will also be learning how to tell and write the time.
In Science our topic is light. Our learning will include, recognising that light is needed in order to see things. The children will notice that light is reflected from surfaces and that shadows are formed when the light from a light source is blocked by a solid object.
In RE this half term we will be focusing on rules observed by different faiths. We will find the source of these rules and see how these can impact on our lives.
Thank you for visiting our page and reading all about us in 3JT.
Wednesday- P.E. Please remove any earrings on this day and ensure the correct P.E. kit is in school.
Friday- Spellings will be given out to learn and there will also be a test every Friday.
Friday- Maths and grammar homework will be given out and should be completed by Friday. This will focus on learning our times tables and improve our grammar skills.
Reading books are needed in school every day! Adults are encouraged to listen to their child read and we welcome any comments written in the reading records. All reading records must be signed before books can be changed.