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Friday 19th June

Mahnoor from Eleyi Ti

Good afternoon year 3!

I hope you have a wonderful day and you put in as much effort as you possible could.


You have now finished writing explanation texts in Writing for this half term and will be looking at poetry or for the next three weeks!


You have had many weeks of learning about fractions and I know many of you may still be finding it a bit tricky so please let your teacher know on Seesaw if you still think you need any help at all.


Your teacher will be regularly updating your books on Bug Club but do feel free to let them know if you would like any extra books on things you enjoy reading about.


I hope you understand the importance of the 5 K’s in Sikhism. Is there anything similar to your own religion or beliefs?


You now only have 5 weeks left of home learning in year 3 which is only 25 more school days! Where is the time going!? I know you can all keep your work levels up until the end of the year. You are all doing so well!


Have a wonderful and restful weekend everybody, make sure you do lots of things that make you feel happy 😊

Mr Hollingsworth (Purple class)

Good Friday Year 3!


I hope you have a had a great week so far and have enjoyed many of the lessons that you have been given. I know it is not always easy but you are all working so hard from home and you should be very proud of yourselves!


You are starting your day with a short Avengers HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) workout.


Take your time when editing your writing today. Make sure you are checking for things such as spellings mistakes, where you may have missed punctuation such as full stops and commas.


It's maths challenge day! The questions get trickier as you go along so see how far you can get!


You will be doing your last lesson today on present perfect and simple past and test your skills on the mini test!


Log on to your Bug Club for reading today before finishing off with the R.E lesson which is all about the 5 K's in Sikhism.


Have a wonderful day all and I will be back at 3 'o'clock!

Mr Hollingsworth (Purple Class)