Class 8- Dosbarth 8- Miss Turley
The children in Year Three will be developing their language skills this term through a study of fairy tales and Welsh myths and legends.
In Science this term the children will be looking at Forces. As part of this work they will be investigating floating and sinking, magnetic materials and friction.
This term we have been finishing off last terms topic 'The Iron Age Celts.' We will also begin to explore the 'Romans.' During this History topic the children will look at various aspects of Roman life and what it was like to live in Roman Britain. In Welsh pupils will be continuing to learn phrases to talk about themselves as well as what they have done or what they are going to do.
This term the children will be participating in Guided Reading sessions where they will be listened to reading, taught specific reading skills and supported by the class teacher. The children will also be heard reading by a Parent Helper or Classroom Support Worker and will bring a reading book home from the school scheme. Please ensure that your child completes their weekend reading homework, by reading only the pages stated on the reading card, and that their book is returned to school on a Monday.
All pupils will participate in a spelling lesson on a weekly basis and will be provided with a list of words to take home and learn and these will be tested during the following week.
During P.E. lessons this term, pupils have been learning country dancing for our St David's Day assembly on the 1st March. Pupils will also be taking part in Cross Country during PE lessons in order to build up their stamina for the school Cross Country competition.
Reading books - Brought home on a Friday - to be returned Monday
Homework - Brought home on a Friday - to be returned on a Monday (Tuesday at the latest).
Spelling books - Brought home on a Monday - to be returned the following Monday for a weekly spelling test.
Listening Bear- Brought home on a Thursday- to be returned on Monday.
We had a lovely time in the woodland area recently, weaving and building Iron Age Celts houses. Here are some pictures of what we got up to.