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Class 3 (Team 3 Learners)

Welcome to Team 3 Learners – Miss Anderson and Mrs Stogden.

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

 

What we learned last half term: Anglo Saxons

Our topic during last half term was Anglo Saxons. We looked at where they came from and where they settled in GB. The children enjoyed looking at the types of food they ate – we even made a sweet oak cake that the children enjoyed eating. In literacy we wrote a diary entry linked to our Guided reading text.

Our Science topic was Light. We carried out lots of investigations looking at light and shadows – you can find pictures of this on our class Twitter page.

 

 

Our top Class Dojo scorers were:

 

FB, FButch, IC, EW, MM.

 

 

 

 

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

 

This half term we will be learning about: Rome and Roman Britain.

 

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

 

We will develop this by:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our class books include:

 

Our guided reading text is: Ironman

An audio version of the text can be found here:

Chapter 1      Chapter 2      Chapter 3        Chapter 4          Chapter 5

 

A PDF version of the text can be found here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 In mathematics we shall be learning about: Multiplication and Division

 

 

In English we shall be writing a character description of the Iron Man and looking at prepositions words to write an explanation how to put him back together

 

In science we shall be learning about: Forces and Magnets.

 

In topic we will learn about: Rome and Roman Britain.

 

Follow the link below for details of our new topic:

 

Go to this Sway

 

 

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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