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Welcome to Year 3 Polar Bears

Our Class Teachers are Mrs Mathieson and Mrs Rigg. We are also lucky to have Mrs Chen working with us

 

Polar Bear Cover

 

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. 

N.B. English and Maths Purple Mash tasks will now be set daily and a mini project will be assigned weekly.


Monday 6th - 10th July

Well done to all the children who completed our Purple Mash tasks last week  - You are all still doing a great job!

A big shout out to:

Is'Haac for being this week's  Purple Mash Star!  

As well as completing our online Purple Mash tasks, you can also visit Polar Bears'  Class Blog, where you can upload pictures of the home learning activities that you have completed and also share with your friends what you've been getting up to whilst school has been closed.

To create your own blog , you will need to click on the home button, then the tools button. There is a '2blog' icon on the right of the screen, click on this and follow the simple instructions on the 'How to' video. Happy blogging, Polar Bears!

 

 

Monday 6th - Friday 10th July :

Here is this week's exciting Science project on Space. Have a go at completing the fabulous tasks throughout the week...

Click on the PowerPoint and read through the presentation. Then complete the tasks and ask an adult to help you send pictures of your work to the school office so that we can upload it on to our class page. Have fun learning new and interesting facts! We can't wait to see your work... 

A story to read...

There has been lots going on in the world around us lately. Some of it good and some of it a bit worrying and sad. This story is all about how we can all be different but also the same.

'Same Same or Different'

For those of you who would like to have a go, we have also decided to share some educational activities which require less screen time. However, if you choose to carry out these tasks, you will need an adult to print them off for you. If you would prefer to continue with the Purple Mash tasks, that's fine too - you can choose. wink

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Project: Week Ten 

Monday 29th June - 3rd July 

Music Project - A huge well done to all the children who carried out the Music challenges! Please send your work into the school office so that I can post it on our class page. 

Music clip art

Project: Week Nine 

Monday 22nd - 26th June

PSHE Project - Well done to all the children who took part in our PSHE activities. I know that the children I worked with in school, really enjoyed 'Belly Breathing' and learning new sporting skills. 

Well done, Zach - you were very busy helping around the house!

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Project: Week Seven 

Monday 8th - 12th June

PE Project - Last week, we were recognised with an award by Wirral School Games for the competitions we took part in September - March. It would be wonderful if we could gain the 'Virtual School Games Mark', so please send your project work in as soon as possible, Polar Bears. 

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Project: Week Eight

Monday 15th - 19th June

Fantastic RE work, Zach! Your commitment to our school projects has been outstanding!!smiley

ZS RE Project

Project:  Week Six

Monday 1st - Friday 5th June

DT Project - Egg Challenges

Take a look at the fabulous egg challenges that Thomas, Luke and Nathan completed. Well done boys, you all did a great job! 

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Project: Week Five

Monday 18th May - 22nd May

History Project on WW2

Have a look at Nathan's brilliant WW2 project by clicking on NP WW2.pptx

Luke looked at rationing throughout WW2. What fabulous work and he really looks the part too!

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Project: Week Four 

Monday 11th May - 15th May:

Art Project on Andy Goldsworthy - Land Art.

Have a look at Zach's amazing land sculpture, in the style of Andy Goldsworty...it's very impressive, and was one of the first to be sent in to school. I love your enthusiasm, Zach!

Also, well done to Tegan an Nathan for sending your fabulous Land Art in...such creative ideas from you all. I'm so proud of our Polar Bear artists!

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Project: Week Three

Monday 4th May - Friday 8th May:

Geography Project on Our Wonderful World Project

 

ZS Geography Project

Take a look at Nathan and Zach's Geography projects - What a wonderful job they both did! 

NP Geography Project

Project: Week Two

Monday 27th April - Friday 1st May: 

Computing Project on Stop Motion Animation.

Have a look at Nathan's brilliant Stop Motion Animation Project - I think we have a film director in the making. Click on the link to view. 

Finding the Lost City of Gold NP.mp4

Project: Week One

Monday 20th - Friday 24th April:

Science Project on Birds.

 

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Have a look at our fabulous work on our Bird Project.

Well done to Zach, Tegan, Nathan,Olivia and Tyler who sent in their brilliant work! Apologies to Nathan and Tyler as I'm having difficulty uploading their work (images of work are easier to upload in comparison to videos and PDF documents).

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Keep up to date with what is happening in the world... Have a read of this UK newspaper for young readers; it aims to present current events and politics in a child-friendly format, alongside news on entertainment, sports and computing games.

Fancy listening to a story? Click on the link to listen to David Walliams' Mr Stink.

Mr Stink
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Golden Tie Of The Week:

Congratulations to:  Zach S.

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Dojo Star Of The Week:

Congratulations to: Ariadne K.

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Things to help you get 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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We love to celebrate our achievements:

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.

English

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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