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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 Foster & Mrs Mattar

Week commencing Monday 12th July:

 

3CB

Start 8:50-9:00am

Finish 3:15pm

3W

Start 8:40-8:50am

Finish 3:05pm

Monday

Whole school assembly via Zoom

Whole school assembly via Zoom

Tuesday

 

Final PE (take kit home)

Wednesday

Final PE (take kit home)

 

Thursday

French

French

Friday

Whole school assembly via Zoom

Finish at 1.30pm

Whole school assembly via Zoom

Finish at 1.30pm


Dates for your diary:

Break up for summer holidays on Friday 16th July

INSET DAYS on Monday 19th & Tuesday 20th July

3CB class assembly

Mental Health week - 10th-16th May - nature

Inverted Commas Song

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Merry Christmas!

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3W's Zoom Collective Worship - A Good Idea

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We helped to write and deliver this assembly about A Great Idea - Jesus healing the man lowered down through the roof to him. It was shown in each classroom throughout the school via Zoom and we all enjoyed singing Bruno Mars’ song ‘Count On Me’. We hope you enjoy it too!

FANBOYS is a mnemonic for a set of seven coordinating conjunctions: for, and, nor, but, or, yet and so.

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A coordinating conjunction is placed between words or phrases of equal grammatical value. You use coordinating conjunctions when you want to give the same amount of emphasis on two main clauses or want to compare two related ideas in one sentence.

 

A good tip for checking to make sure that you're using coordinating conjunctions correctly is to read the words after the use of one of the FANBOYS. That sentence should be able to work as a stand-alone phrase. 

 

Click HERE to find examples of FANBOYS used in a sentence.

3CB's Zoom Collective Worship - Jesus Calms the Storm

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We helped to write and deliver this assembly about Jesus Calms the Storm. It was shown in each classroom throughout the school via Zoom. It has been lovely to see our friends in other classes (and bubbles) this way and to share in Collective Worship once again. We hope you enjoy it too!
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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 Big Anti-Bullying Assembly 2020

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We, along with thousands of other primary schools, will be watching The Big Anti-Bullying Assembly 2020 on Monday 28th September.

Welcome to Y3 letter for families

We use the Purple Mash website to set homework and to help us deliver the Computing curriculum. It has lots of exciting content that we can use in all our subjects. You have all been given login details and new passwords to help you access this website at home. If you need a reminder then come and speak to your class teacher.

Year 3 Questions for Reading

We have had some parents ask for more books to read with their children. Sadly due to quarantining books we can at the moment only send out 1 book every 2 weeks. You can keep the book for the whole week and whilst reading with your child, choose one question from each section of the bookmark below. You could ask more than one type of question per page. This will check that your child really understands what they are reading and could lead you into further conversations about the book.

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.

Click here to be redirected to our central page for remote learning during school closure.  
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