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Mountain Lane School

Dosbarth 8 - Mrs Davies

Croeso i Ddosbarth 8 - Welcome to Class 8

Tymor Y Hydref / Autumn Term

Our Autumn Term topic is 'Dyma Fi!' (This is Me!). During this topic the children will have the opportunity to look at healthy living and the importance of a balanced diet. We will also be focusing on our well-being and the importance of having a growth mindset.

As in Year 2, the children will be continuing to follow the 'Inspire' approach to Maths this year.

Keep an eye on the website throughout the term for pictures and information about what we have been up to!

  Homework  

Please note, due to current school arrangements, all homework will be completed online. We politely ask that no work is to be brought in to school; completed tasks / photographs of work are to be submitted via Seesaw and children will have the opportunity to share with their peers.

Children will be provided with a range of tasks to complete during the half term. Information about these tasks will be shared with the children in the next couple of weeks and uploaded for your information on Seesaw.

*In the future, Google Classroom will be used to complete homework tasks however to support the transition from Year 2 to 3, Seesaw will be used until you are informed otherwise.

 

PE Sessions/Kit/Forest School

 

Children in Year 3 will take part in rugby and hockey sessions during this half term.  They will also have the opportunity to part in running/cross country sessions.

Year 3 P.E. sessions will take place on Tuesday and Friday.

 On your child’s P.E. day, we are asking that they come to school in their kit. Due to the colder weather, children are invited to wear tracksuits along with their Mountain Lane PE t-shirt as all PE sessions will take place outside.

 We are also hoping to visit the forest area during the term and we will communicate with you when such sessions are due to take place, to ensure that the pupils come to school prepared, in the appropriate attire.