Hello Oak Class. I hope you all had a fantastic weekend and enjoyed the little bit of sun we had.
The next pack is available on Teams. I would love you to share any of your work on there which you can do through the paperclip symbol or the picture symbol. If you would like me to see anything straight away or to contact me on here, please press the @ symbol and write my name (otherwise I won’t be notified).
There will also be no maths videos going forward but if you need some help, BBC Bitesize is great! If you are in the learning pit then let me know and I will do my best to help as soon as I can.
I will also be doing calls on a Friday morning, so if you haven’t already booked then you can do so. I have a few more slots available if you want to have a chat.
Have a fantastic week and I am looking forward to seeing all of your amazing work. Miss Wilson x
I hope you have had a fantastic few weeks! Myself and Mrs Newman are missing you and are loving seeing all your work and home learning.
It’s sad news that we might not be coming back to year 3 but remember that Mrs Myers is doing all that she can and working hard so that, when we do come back, everyone is safe and happy.
Our classroom has temporarily turned into ‘Penguins’ for the emergency care bubble and it has been so lovely to see some of you in school. Having a new bubble has been lots of fun but it is very tiring and doesn’t leave me much time to blog or to call you all. I have booked in some time on a Friday morning so that I can talk to you and I am looking forward to hearing all the amazing things you have been up to.
Let’s see what you’ve all been up to…
Ben has written a lovely ‘The Door’ poem using fantastic vocabulary.
Harley has written a fantastic ‘The Door’ poem too, which uses imaginative expanded noun phrases. He has also been practicing his measuring for maths and baked scones which tasted lovely (even though his daddy got the recipe wrong!)
Isabella has also been practicing her maths skills and baked a rainbow loaf and sugar-free flapjacks, as well as working really hard on her time telling. Isabella has been busy planting potatoes and a courgette plant.
Louis has been enjoying writing his ‘The Door’ poem and particularly liked using a thesaurus to improve his words which we can see in his work. He has also been enjoying learning about parts of the body and colours in French, the healthy eating exercises and the Roman invasion and baths, especially. He has also made a fantastic Powerpoint about how to stay safe.
Mollie has been super busy this week week with her learning and wrote an amazing story about a spaceman and his spacedog.
Molly has written a fantastic ‘The Door’ poem using exciting and adventurous expanded noun phrases.
Wren has been busy enjoying the sun with her mum and has really loved learning about homophones. Check out her fantastic sentences!
Well done to our past two (oops!)Times Tables Rock Stars rocker superstar who have been working hard on their times tables.
And a huge congratulations to this weeks rock star…
Here is you weekend challenge: list 5 things that you are looking forward to.
Thankyou to Isla for her kitten names, she is now nearly 6 weeks old so I can share some pictures with you when she gets a little older!
Good morning, after a few attempts of recording (I left a pack at school so I couldn’t go through the maths work with you), I have found some excellent videos that will help with your understanding of reading timetables. Fingers crossed for tomorrow!
Good morning! Here is a video to help you convert 12 hours to 24 hours. There will be a video posted tomorrow that will help you work out the timetable questions to support you for the rest of the week.
Apologies for the delay in the videos this week, Miss Duncan and Miss Wilson are back at school! It is very strange without you all back together but we are thinking of those of you who are not at school. Here is the video for the maths tasks this week – you are all superstars at measure!