Mrs Stacey Williams Mrs Genna Krizman
Class Support Class Teacher
Schoop - the school ID is 17699
Twitter - @StDavidsCiWPrm https://twitter.com/StDavidsCiWPrm
Google classroom code: ctdxjic
Congratulations Charley for working very hard to lead your group in your TV program.
Friday 17th March- Red Nose Day
Monday 20th March- Islam Day
Monday 20th March- Parents Evening
Tuesday 21st March- Parents Evening
Thursday 23rd March- SLT Coffee Morning 9:15-10:30
Monday 27th March- Language Day Celebration
Thursday 30th March- Year 3 Class Worship
Friday 31st March- Last Day of Term
This term we will be focusing on animals around the world. Each week we will focus on a different habitat including: Arctic, Amazon Rainforest, The Savannahs, Our local environment. During these weeks the children will explore how different animals have adapted to their habitats; what the habitats need to survive and the threats that can destroy the habitats. The children will be doing this through digital media including creating websites and PowerPoints. There will be many science experiments, discussions and researching. Keep an eye on our Twitter for exciting updates.
Each week, children will be asked to complete either a piece of numeracy or literacy based homework which will alternate from week to week. There will also be a termly homework grid based on our topic. Children may do as many homework tasks as they like over the course of the term.
Children are allowed to complete their homework in whichever format they wish to choose. E.g hwb, PowerPoint, on paper, videos etc.
Weekly spellings will also be taught in class and given to the children to practise at home.
Languagenut is a wonderful online tool where children can access resources to support the development of their new language. Each child will have their own log in details where they can gain points for activities completed. Languagenut will also give you the correct pronunciation of words and phrases.
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