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Welcome to Class 3!  

  A very warm welcome to our class page!

 
  We hope that your child enjoys their year with us! There are lots of things to discover and enjoy and we look forward to sharing in your child's learning journey during this special first year at school.

Please feel free to speak to any of us if you have any concerns or any questions you would like to ask. We hope that you enjoy looking at all of the super learning that we have been doing in Class 3.

 

 MEET OUR STAFF

 

 Miss Rowley class teacher (covering Mrs Williams maternity leave),

 Mrs Farooq (teaching assistant),

 Mrs Malik (am -teaching assistant) and Mrs Battrick (pm- teaching assistant),  

 Mrs Kirkbride forest school and class teacher on Monday

 

 

Reminders for parents

 

Our weekly PE sessions take place every Tuesday morning so please make sure that your child has their PE kit in school.

 

We hear the children read their home reading books and humpty words every week so please make sure that your child brings their book bag to school on every day.

 

Home learning is sent home every Friday, please help your child to complete this by the following Wednesday.

 

Thank you for all of your help and support!

 

 

 

 

    Here are class 3 exploring and having adventures in forest school with Mrs Kirkbride. They are learning all about the environment and what happens as the seasons change, whilst having fun of course!  Forest school also teaches children to work together and learn how to solve problems as a team. Class 3 love their mornings at forest school and through these experiences learn lots about the world around themselves and others.

    Class 3 are demonstrating good counting skills, gathering objects into sets and matching them to the  correct numeral.

 

 

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 Class 3 are busy matching sounds and making up simple rhythms.
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      We are learning about our bodies here, naming  different parts and finding out about our skeletons. We found out that even though children are much smaller than adults, they actually have more bones! This is because some of our bones meld together as we grow.

   What's coming soon?

   Look out for children story telling and making beautiful artistic creations based on the artist Paul Klee.

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