Welcome to Kingfisher Class!
Year 3 is a fun, exciting and challenging year at Winterslow Primary. Learning together, we take responsibility for our work and great pride in our achievements. Using our 'learning gems' as guidance, we continue to grow as enthusiastic, independent learners.
Well, it has been a little odd and very different but we are nearly there - the end of the school year. Nicely done, everyone.
It was wonderful to see so many of us together again on our zoOm chat
You are all lovely people and together you make a really great class.
It is important to remember that the coronavirus is affecting the whole planet. We can let our friends at Rugarama Primary School in Uganda know that we are thinking of them by writing them a nice letter. They will be reopening their school soon so it will be nice to send them kind messages and tell them about our experiences during our lockdown. This week, please try to find the time to share, on the blog, well wishes and a 'lock down memory' for our letter to Uganda.
Home learning resources will be available on the bbc pages until 24th.
Don't forget Rev'd Simon's worship on Monday morning. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDs-LgvnZ9o
Here's wishing you all a happy, safe and sunny summer. Keep on keeping on and I will look forward to seeing you all again in September.
Read read read
Mr Williams and Miss Mates
Weekly worksheets will be uploaded to class pages on a Monday to support the videos available on the White Rose website.
We continue to recommend the BBC lessons as a supplement or alternative to these resources.
Key Maths Facts
https://ttrockstars.com/ Remember you must spend the majority of your time in the Garage in order to progress to more complex questions. Complete a Gig sessions carefully when it replaces the Garage session to help you progress to further challenges. Check your heat map for red/orange facts as these are the ones which you need to improve your accuracy/speed.
How could this have happened? Of all days, why did it have to be today? This was the most important day of his life. He had to find help ...
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This week I would like you to have another go at an experiment on Science Bob’s amazing website. This way you can try something that you are interested in and that might not be too hard to resource.