Term 2 - Class 3

In Focus: Rise of Natural Disasters Affecting CRE Markets - Area Development 

Wow, what a fantastic start to the year we have had in Class 3. The children have worked so hard and should be extremely proud of themselves and everything that they have achieved. Keep up the AMAZING work Class 3!  

KIRF - 'I know the multiplication and division facts for the three times tables.' 
Our Learning
Our topic this term is the Natural Disasters. We will be learning about a range of different natural disasters, how they occur, where they occur and the impact that they have on people's lives. Whilst exploring each natural disaster, the children will develop their geographical knowledge through a variety of fun and interactive activities. 
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The theme of natural disasters will continue through Literacy, beginning with the creation of our own disaster stories. In Maths, children will develop their understanding of addition and subtraction before moving onto multiplication and division.

In Design and Technology, we will be looking at different tree decorations, with the aim of creating our own in time for the Christmas celebration.  

Our topic for Science this term is ‘Animals Including Humans’. We will explore different diets, the human body and its bones. 

In R.E. we shall be asking the question ‘What is the Trinity?’, where we will be exploring the Father, the Sun and the Holy Spirit and their meaning to Christians.

Useful information:

P.E. this term will take place on Wednesday. Please ensure children come into school wearing P.E. kit on this day. These sessions may take place outside so please ensure that children have something warm to wear.

The children have a termly overview of the homework they are required to complete stuck in their books. Please ensure they learn the correct spellings for the week and complete at least one homework task from the termly overview. Homework will continue to be collected in on a Friday.

Please ensure that children are bringing their reading record in with them every day and that they are reading five times a week. These are checked weekly.

As we are approaching the winter months, please ensure that your child brings a coat with them every day. This will allow us to enjoy time outside even when the weather is against us.