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Winscombe Primary School

Class 3

Welcome to Class 3 (Year 3/4)

Class Teacher - Mr. William (Billy) Hall

1:1 LSA - Mrs Lucy Huke

Use our class page to keep up to date with work to keep yourselves busy during your time away from school.
Each week I will add something extra that you can be working on. If you need a new exercise book, there will be some outside school during the week for you to collect. Have a look at the Learning Links below too - I'll be adding different websites that I find to give you more variety of ideas and projects. If you find anything you've really enjoyed using, please let me know so I can share it with everyone else too. Remember, to use Times Tables Rock Stars and Oxford Reading Buddy (or do some 'book' reading if you don't want to read from a screen) as often as you can too.

30 Days Wild!

For the month June, the Wildlife Trust are running '30 Days Wild'. There are many activities to have a go at and even some live webcams where you can watch wildlife! Please feel free to dive in and enjoy!

https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/30-days-wild-homeschooling

Term 6 Home Learning

For the last term of the year, I am going to be asking you to undertake a very interesting project which combines our Stone Age and our Rocks science topics. Each week there will be a different focus and some ideas from school that you can have a go at but there will be an increased emphasis on you leading with your curiosity! You will still be set English and Maths work and they will be uploaded for you as they have been in the past couple of months.

In a slight change this term, I will be contacting each of you, in groups, at least every two weeks (through Zoom or phone) to see how you are getting on with your project. 

If you have any questions or thoughts that you would like me to answer, please contact through ClassDojo.

Weekly Poetry Challenge

Check out our weekly poetry challenge! The challenge, should you choose to accept, is to learn one of the poems off by heart and recite it to someone in your family or someone over the phone. See if you can make them laugh!

Term 5 Work

Welcome back Class 3! I hope you had a thoroughly enjoyable and fun-filled Christmas break!

 

Our new topic for Term 3 and 4 follows on from our incredibly interesting Roman topic to looking at what happened when the Romans left Britain and the subsequent invasions of the Scots! Our topic will revolve around studying the history, geography and people of Scotland. We are reading 'The Pictish Child' by Jane Yolen, a fascinating tale of time travel, magic and mystery in the heart of post-Roman Scotland.

 

 

 

 

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These two terms are very busy for Class 3 and will include many different activities, including our annual 'Dance Their Socks Off' show at the Weston Playhouse! Stay tuned for information regarding any extra-curricular activities and trips!

 

Please find useful links towards to the bottom of the page.

DANCE THEIR SOCKS OFF INFORMATION

This project will involve the children choreographing their own dance linked to a theme which the schools in the local cluster will share. This year it is all based on the theme of ‘Tokyo 2020’. The children will be given three fully funded sessions with a dance specialist, leading up to their performance.

 

We hope all members of Class 3 will be able to take part on the night. If your child has any difficulty with availability for the performance, please let Mr. Hall know as far in advance as you can.

 

Our performance and morning dress rehearsal will take place on Monday 9th March 2020 at the Weston Playhouse. Friends and family are invited to buy tickets to watch this exciting evening and celebrate the children’s hard work.

 

Tickets are now available via the online box office at www.theplayhouse.co.uk and from the box office directly (01934 645544) between 10am and 5pm from Mon-Sat. We would strongly advise that you order tickets well in advance as the event has sold out in previous years. Unfortunately, the school is not given an allocation so it is up to parents/carers to organise their own tickets.

 

A further letter with exact timings and requirements for the day will be sent out before the event.

Check out some of the interesting and thought-provoking websites below:

Useful documents - General

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