School is open today and returns to our normal school buildings on Firbeck Road

Welcome to Year 3: Chestnut

Welcome to Class 3!

Our fantastic team is comprised of Miss Bromberger (class teacher), Mr Bown (PPA teacher) and support from Miss Godwin (teaching assistant) and Mrs Vigars (teaching assistant)!

What amazing year we've had so far! Hope you've all had a great break and are raring to go as we reach the final term of the year.

The theme for this term is 'Pollution? Solutions!', we will be using this topic to do lots of cross curricular learning and practical WOW moments. There is a new curriculum map for this half term, please let me know if you haven't received this yet.

I am available from 8.45am on the playground for any questions or queries​. Morning break is at 10:15-10.30am so please can you either provide your child with a mid-morning snack or money for toast/drink ( 10p or 20p).

PE will take place every Monday and Thursday. Please ensure that children have their PE kits in school on all days as PE sessions may take place during none scheduled days. PE kits consist of black shorts, a white top (no logo please), suitable trainers or pumps and all jewellery must be removed including earrings.

Year 3 children will be given a piece of Maths and English homework every Friday. The expectation is these tasks will be completed over the weekend and returned to school on Monday morning. Please support your child with their homework and let me know if you need any help with anything.

In addition, Year 3 Spellings will be sent home every Friday with homework and a test will be carried out the following Thursday. Please assist your child in learning these age-related spellings since spelling is a big priority in Primary assessments. Maths homework will be directly linked to the work covered that week so the children should be familiar with the area of maths. A crucial part of our daily maths work will be learning all of the times tables up to 12x12. Please encourage times table practice at home too!

I would also like to take this opportunity to reinforce the importance of children reading for at least 20 minutes every evening. Reading is vital for your child’s success and it helps enormously in their writing. Either I or another adult in the class will be reading with your child weekly and we will be rewarding those children who read five or more times a week at home every half term.

In order for us to monitor and inform you of reading, homework tasks and school events, each child has been issued with a personal planner. It is an easy and effective way for us to communicate. Please check your child’s planner on a daily basis. Children must look after their planners because if they lose/damage them, a new one will be issued at a cost of £3.

Our whole school Behaviour and Reward Systems this academic year are as follows:

In order to help children behave positively around the school, we are following a ‘Traffic Light’ Behaviour System. Children who are having a perfect day are ‘green’. Children can also now move up the behaviour chart by having an Amazing Day, an Extraordinary Day or for exceptional kindness or work with be awarded a Golden VIP Day which involves a number of exciting privileges. Please ask your child for more information! When a child misbehaves they are given a verbal warning followed by a move on the ‘yellow’, if the inappropriate behaviour persists, children are given 10 minutes time out. Failing to turn it around when back in class, children will miss a playtime. After four warnings, if the child continues to misbehave, they are moved to ‘red’ and will involve a phone call home.

If you have any further questions or worries, please do not hesitate to contact me. You can catch me at the end of the day, as I dismiss your child if you would like to have a word face to face.

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