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Year 3

 

Your teachers this year are Mrs Walsh (3W) and Mrs Cooper and Mrs Buckland (3CB)

You will also be helped by Mrs Hill, Mrs Jabakhanji, Mrs Downey and Miss Reid

 

You can follow Emmaus KS2 (juniors) on Twitter at https://twitter.com/EmmausKs2

This Week: (18/11/19)

 

  3CB 3W
MONDAY

Spellings & times tables sent home

Whole school assembly

Spellings & times tables sent home

Whole school assembly

TUESDAY

Watch Y4 assembly

Watch Y4 assembly

WEDNESDAY

Homework to be returned

Homework to be returned

THURSDAY

PE

 

FRIDAY

Junior Merit Assembly

 

Reading books & homework sent home

Junior Merit Assembly

PE

Reading books & homework sent home

 

Dates for the Diary:

Parents' Evening Tuesday 26th November 3.30-7pm

Flu Vaccinations Thursday 28th November

Parents' Evening Thursday 28th November 3.30-5.30pm

Non-uniform day / bring-a-bottle Friday 6th December

Christmas Fair Saturday 7th December 1-3.30pm

Junior Christmas Performances Tuesday 17th December 2pm & 6pm

Break up for Christmas holidays on Friday 20th December at 1.30pm

Spellings: Week 9 (to be tested on Friday 22nd November)

camel

tunnel

squirrel

travel

towel

trowel

tinsel

hospital

metal

actual

legal

pedal

animal

capital

 

Please can you practise your 8x tables to be tested on the same day as the spellings.

Click here to find games and songs to help you learn this times table.

Here is a quick guide to column subtraction which includes regrouping (formerly known as borrowing!) The actual method hasn't changed but the vocabulary that we use with children has. Stick to Hundreds, Tens and Ones again!
We are now working on addition using columns in our maths lessons. Please refer to this website (there's a video too) to explain the way that we teach this to the children. Adults, please note that we no longer use units but ones. The numbers are placed in columns which can be labelled HTO (hundreds, tens and ones) to retain the place value as we add larger numbers. 

Don't Forget the Bacon by Pat Hutchins

A great reminder for our column addition regrouping!

Please ensure all items of school uniform and PE kit are clearly labelled with your child's name. This makes it easier for us to reunite pupils with any misplaced items of clothing!

The children have now been sorted into their school houses. They will stay in these houses for the remainder of their time at Emmaus and will work to earn house points, in their sporting and academic endeavours and through kind and thoughtful behaviour. These will also be the teams that they represent on sports day and in the inter-house football and cross country events that take place throughout the year. Each week the winning house will be announced in assembly - you can keep track of their scores here.

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