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Home Learning during Closure

We won't be uploading any school work this week. Have a lovely break; hopefully the wind will die down and the sun will shine brightly again.

School is 'reopening' on Monday 1st June for just a few children but we will continue to set work for you, here and on Purple Mash. Keep your eyes peeled!

While We Can't Hug

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Hi Y3

 

It's been such a long times since we saw you last and we miss you all. It's been great to see, on our new blog, some of the things you have been enjoying during lockdown and we've loved seeing some of your faces at the hub school. The messages you post us on the end of the Purple Mash tasks are lovely too and we are making sure we reply to all of these.

Please don't feel overwhelmed by all that appears on this page. That is not our intention. We simply want to provide activities that you can dip in and out of. Lots of the things we link to will be revision for learning we have already covered in school. If you have an interest in something that is not on our 'curriculum' then find out more about it anyway! It will be wonderful to share what you have discovered during your time away from us, and will make our reunion in Emmaus all the sweeter! Take care!

 

The Y3 team x

Our VE Day message from the staff

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Y3 Blog on Purple Mash

This is a safe space where we can share work and catch up while we're away from school. Only children logged in to Purple Mash AND in Y3 from Emmaus can see this page. Anything you post will only appear on the blog once Mrs Walsh, Mrs Cooper or Mrs Buckland approve it. We see everything you write so make sure it's kind.

 

We would especially love to see anything you have created - you can upload photographs and documents to this blog. That means if you've done a piece of writing in Word or created a PowerPoint, you can attach the documents. If you've done a drawing, baked a cake or made an amazing creation from Lego then you can attach a photograph. If you have found an interesting website then we'd love to share that too. Watch the video below to find out how to attach.

 

Once a teacher has approved your post, all your friends in Y3 will be able to see it and comment on it (again these will need approval before they are visible to everyone). It would be really lovely to hear what you think of your friends' masterpieces. 

 

We can't wait to hear from you!

Video instructions for using our blog

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Starting on Monday 20th April, BBC Bitesize will be hosting three lessons every day - maths, English and one other subject. The lessons will include videos, interactive tasks, downloadable worksheets and games. There is currently one week to view. Some of these lessons will tie in with work that we have set, others may not. Either way, choose the ones that interest you. All learning is worthwhile and will stand you in good stead for when we return to Emmaus. 

Each week Mrs. Walsh, Mrs. Buckland, and Mrs. Cooper will update the Year 3 Displayboard on Purple Mash to celebrate work that has really impressed them. 

When you log in to Purple Mash click on the sharing icon and then the Year 3 Displayboard. 

Fun curriculum linked resources to get you moving while you learn! smiley

Maths, English, French, science, PSHE and more. Have you got the energy to try these out? Have your parents got the energy to join you?! wink

If you're getting tired of your grown ups' music tastes over this break, have you tried Fun Kids Radio? It's the UK's children's radio station for kids, families and parents. It's a great station that you can listen to online, through a DAB radio or on the Fun Kids app. It only plays great music, has stories and jokes, fun facts and (this is the bit that really might appeal to you) no news. At a time when the news on the radio can seem rather scary, this station doesn't play regular news updates. It also has amazing competitions. Tune in and listen when you fancy a change!

St. George’s Day, celebrated on the 23rd April each year, is a religious holiday celebrated by Christian churches to represent the Feast of Saint George.

 

Find out more by downloading the documents below - information on a PowerPoint, maths and word puzzles and a biography task and SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation And Grammar!). Choose the *** rating that suits your level of difficulty.

A message from all at Emmaus

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We won't be posting any school work since it is now the Easter holidays. Enjoy the break! The only thing that we will continue to upload is 'The Boy at the Back of the Class' story as there are only five chapters to go. We will finish it in time for Easter!

 

The staff will continue to work at the childcare hub based at Holy Name Catholic Primary School, Fazakerley.

 

Love, hope and prayers for all from the Y3 Team x 

This has been doing the rounds on social media today and looks like a lovely way for children to record this time of 'living history'. The full document is attached below and is 11 pages long. Not a school task as such but what a lovely thing to look back on in the future - something to show their children and grandchildren!
Good news! The staff have been receiving daily fishy updates from Mr Capps-Jenner who has been visiting Emmaus every morning (before he opens up at another nursery) to feed our new friends. They're in good health smiley but are missing your friendly smiles!

Scavenger Hunts

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What happens if my child can't find their log in details or didn't bring them home?

If your child hasn't got their log in details for Purple Mash or TT Rock Stars, simply fill in the form below using YOUR name and email address. Please include your child's name, your child's class and the site your child can't access in the MESSAGE - we will then send the details out to you.

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