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Year 3 Polar Bears

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School Closure:

During this time, please try to build some home learning into your daily routines and include an outdoor activity where possible. Before school closed, we sent home Purple Mash and Time Table Rockstars logins, reading and spellings activities. We have now set many task to be completed on Purple Mash which should keep you busy for a while.  Have fun with the Cave Art task! More Purple Mash tasks will be set each Monday.

Monday 30th March

Hope you've had a good weekend, Polar Bears, and that you and your families are well.

Are you ready to complete the new Purple Mash task which we've now set for you? Nathan managed to finish the most tasks last week, closely followed by Issy GB - a special well done to you guys!   smileysmiley

We have now set up a Class Blog so that we can keep in touch with each other. You will find it by clicking on the Sharing icon and then Shared Blogs.

Wednesday 25th March

Good morning, Polar Bears. It's another sunny day...make sure you login to Purple Mash to complete activities but get some fresh air and exercise too.  



Here is a grid of activities that you and your child could do at home.

Don't forget to login to Times Table Rock Stars and Purple Mash. There will be activities set for you to do.


Welcome to Polar Bears....

Our class teachers are Mrs Mathieson and Mrs Rigg. We also have Mrs Chen working with us!


Things to help us to be organised:

Reading books can be changed each morning, as soon as the children arrive in school.

Monday -  Homework is sent home ( Magic Maths and Spellings). We also have outdoor PE.

Friday - Homework should be handed in, and tests are completed. We also have indoor PE.

Part of our homework is to read for a minimum of 3 times a week. However, we would love them to Strive for 5! 

Ways to help at home:

  • Recall and use multiplication and division facts for the 3,4 and 8 multiplication tables.
  • Practise spellings from the Year 3/4 statutory spelling list.
  • Challenge your child to complete Time Table Rock Stars, on a device at home, as often as possible.


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Golden Tie Of The Week

Congratulations to:  Zach S.

Dojo Star Of The Week

Congratulations to: Ariadne K.

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We love to celebrate our achievement:

At the end of each school day, we always celebrate a child (Bear Of The Day) who has shown  respect, responsibility and resilience, throughout the day. The child gets to choose a Polar Bear to take home for the evening. We also have a Secret Learner, who receives a chocolate coin if they have displayed our 3 Rs.


Our English for this half term is based on the wonderful book:  'Seen But Not Heard'  by Katie May 

A truly original picture book full of atmosphere and magic that is perfect for children with wild imaginations. In a big old house, up creaky stairs, in a silent little nursery full of dolls and teddy bears, you'll find the children of Shiverhawk Hall.  They are children in pictures on the wall - seen and not heard. They all look so sweet and good, just like children should, but when night-time comes and there's no one to see, the children climb out from their guilded frames and run riot and they run free!



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