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Class 3 (Team 3 Learners)

Welcome to Team 3 Learners – Mrs Serdjukova and Mrs Morley.

Please explore the fantastic learning we have been doing and the exciting learning we have planned.




Last half term we were learning about: Europe.


Our topic last half term was Europe. The children learnt about human and physical features of different countries in Europe. They researched information themselves using primary sources. They also looked at capital cities of various countries in Europe.

In English the children wrote both a fiction and a non-fiction text which were both linked to our class book ‘The Iron Man’.

Most of the half term in maths we focused on fractions, both unit and non-unit fractions. The children are able to order fraction and add and subtract them with the same denominator.





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Take a look at some of the fantastic learning we have done:


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This half term our learning theme is: Our local area of Ackworth.


 Our key learning skill for this half term is: Communication.


We will develop this by:






Our class books include: 


Our guided reading text is: ‘Charlie and The Chocolate Factory’ by Roald Dahl.

An audio version of this text can be found on our Blended Reading page.


In mathematics we shall be learning about: continuing with fractions building on last terms knowledge and moving on to looking at time.

More details about our maths learning can be found HERE.


In English we shall be learning about:both a fiction and non- fiction text. The children will start by writing a short narrative based on ‘Charlie and the chocolate factory’.


In science we shall be learning about: How to work scientifically,



Homework: Learners in KS2 will have weekly Multiplication and spelling tests. For their homework they are expected to prepare for this by practicing the spellings and their target times tables. We also hope that children are using Times Tables Rock stars website to help speed of recall of these vital learning facts. All learners should also be reading regularly at home and talking about the books they have experienced with adults or siblings.

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