Navigation
Home Page

3Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome to 3Y's class page

 

Class Teachers: Miss Yates and Miss McHugh

Teaching Assistants: Mrs Lindsay

Learning Support Assistant: Kamile

 

PE takes place on Wednesday mornings.

******FROM NEXT WEDNESDAY (25th MARCH) PLEASE SEND YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL WEARING THEIR PE KIT. SCHOOL UNIFORM MUST BE BROUGHT TO SCHOOL SO THE CHILDREN CAN CHANGE IN TO IT AFTER******

 

Please also remember to wear your swimming kit to school on Friday mornings - but don't forget your underwear for afterwards!

 

Home learning goes out every Thursday and is due back in the following Tuesday. Please continue to support your child with their home learning as it links to what we have been doing in school. We are very impressed with the home learning we have had back so far this year. It shows such creativity and knowledge. Remember to read every day and practice your Times Tables Rockstars too! 

 

Our library day is Tuesday. The children can only take out one book at a time, so please ensure they return them frequently so they can choose another one. Lost books require a £5 fee to replace them.

 

The Spring term topic web and curriculum letter are further down on this page. These give an overview of what the children will be learning about this term. 

 

The 3Y team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

***Year 3 Ukulele performance***

 

 

Thank you for coming to watch our Ukulele concert this afternoon. We hope you enjoyed it. We will be adding video clips of the concert shortly.  

WORLD BOOK DAY!

3.3.2020

The children had a great time celebrating World Book Day today. They dressed up as their favourite character, turned potatoes into book characters, swapped books with other children and wrote letters to persuade our classroom chairs to come back!

 

Take a look at the pictures below: 

Can you tell which character we came dressed as?

Well done to Kayla who came dressed in a fantastic turtle outfit. She won the best dressed award and went up to Waterstones, Barnet, with children chosen from the other classes. They each chose a book to take home. 

Turning potatoes into book characters...

Turning potatoes into book characters... 1
Turning potatoes into book characters... 2
Turning potatoes into book characters... 3
Turning potatoes into book characters... 4
Turning potatoes into book characters... 5
Turning potatoes into book characters... 6
Turning potatoes into book characters... 7
Turning potatoes into book characters... 8
Turning potatoes into book characters... 9
Turning potatoes into book characters... 10
Turning potatoes into book characters... 11
Turning potatoes into book characters... 12
Turning potatoes into book characters... 13
Turning potatoes into book characters... 14
Turning potatoes into book characters... 15
Turning potatoes into book characters... 16
Turning potatoes into book characters... 17
Turning potatoes into book characters... 18
Turning potatoes into book characters... 19
This morning, each child was given a potato. They were challenged to turn it into a book character. We were very impressed with the results and think our children are very creative indeed! Thank you to the parents and carers that came in to help and who also enjoyed having breakfast with us. 

The day the chairs quit

The day the chairs quit 1
The day the chairs quit 2
The day the chairs quit 3
The day the chairs quit 4
The day the chairs quit 5
The day the chairs quit 6
The day the chairs quit 7
The day the chairs quit 8
The day the chairs quit 9
The day the chairs quit 10

In assembly this morning, the children were read a story called The Day the Crayons Quit. When they returned to the classroom afterwards, they found that the classroom chairs had quit! The chairs had written a letter telling the children why they had left and said they wouldn't come back until they had received an apology. The children spent the day thinking of what they could say to the chairs to make them come back. They then worked in groups to write letters to the chairs, persuading them to return. Of course, as there were no chairs in the classroom, it meant the children had to find other places to sit!

 

The big question is: Will the chairs reappear tomorrow?

 

Who knows?

UPDATE: 4/03/2020. THE CHAIRS CAME BACK!!!!!!

3Y were overjoyed when they came into the classroom this morning. The chairs had read the letters the children had written to them and had decided to come back!

The children have really been enjoying puzzle week so far! 

 

We started the week by playing with lots of different puzzles in the classroom. These included jigsaw puzzles, ball puzzles, word searches, dot to dots and many more! After this, we took part in a workshop run by the Happy Puzzle Company. Please have a look at the photos to see what we did. We have also been completing puzzles on the laptops during our computer sessions.

 

 

 

This term, we will be introducing Reading Vipers to the class. These are the key skills that children need to be able to read and comprehend a wide range of literary texts. They are broken down into 6 areas. We have stuck a poster about Reading Vipers into your child's yellow reading record book. This explains the 6 areas and also gives suggestions of activities that you can do at home when you listen to your child read. Please take a look!

 Ukulele Concert

Wednesday 21st November

What a wonderful Ukulele concert we had today. It was wonderful to see how the children had progressed after  just 10 lessons.

DSCN0408.AVI

Still image for this video

DSCN0404.AVI

Still image for this video
NOVEMBER ROUND UP!

Supporting Children In Need.

Supporting Children In Need. 1
On Friday 15th November, we wore our pj's to school to raise money for Children In Need. 

Odd Sock Day for Anti-Bullying Week!

Wednesday 13th November.

Today we wore odd socks to school. Who do you think has the oddest pair?

Cinema trip to Finchley Vue:

What a busy Friday we had - travelling to Finchley Vue cinema to watch 'The Grinch' which we all really enjoyed. Yet again 3Y behaved superbly on the journey and in the cinema.  You represented your school beautifully.

 

3Y class assembly:

Congratulations to our budding historians who retold and re enacted the Battle of Barnet and told the school all about the history of Barnet. Miss McHugh, Miss Yates,  Mrs Lindsay and Kamile were very proud of you. 

 

Tricky words and Spelling patterns.

Practice your times tables using Hit The Button.

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

 

Use this link to access TT Rockstars !

Top