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Year 3 - Mrs Godson

Welcome to 3G! 

We hope that you all had a wonderful summer and are now ready to begin your new learning adventure at Granby Junior School!

Our first topic to begin the term is 'Heroes and Villains!' 

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Dates for your diary!

  • Thursday 18th October - 'Maths morning' with grown-ups from 11am-12pm.
  • Thursday 25th October - Superhero dress up day to celebrate the end of our topic! Children are invited to dress up as any hero or villain! (eg. Robin Hood, Cruella De Vil, Batman, Police Officer) 
  • Thursday 13th December - Christmas Carol Concert for Year 3 from 10:30am at Trinity Church. Families are welcome to attend.

Keystrings! 

We have enjoyed a visit from keystrings where we have learned all about music! This was a fun morning! 

Special Assembly! 

Today was our very first special assembly! Congratulations to the children who received an award! Keep up the good work! :) 

Maths Fun! 

On Friday, Year 3 went on a times table treasure hunt out on the playground in the sunshine! This was lots of fun! 

Maths Morning! 

Today we were joined by our fabulous parents to take part in some super maths activities! We played times table games, parents were challenged to complete the times table rockstars sheet and we also played maths card games! What a great morning! We would like to say a huge thank you to the parents who came to take part. We have also sent home some packs for parents who couldn’t attend, so they can see what we have been up to! 

A Special Visitor! 

Today we were vistited by some familiar faces! Miss Pitman and Doris the dog came to see how the children are getting on at their new school! It was great to see them! They are very proud of the children and commented how mature and grown up they all are! 

Miss Holland took the children who were a little bit worried about the dog into another classroom to enjoy some story writing! :)

More Maths Fun! 

Today we worked in pairs to answer maths sums. We worked very well together! After that, children were chosen at random to show their answers to the rest of the class. If their answer was correct, they were given team points! 

Parents Evening! 

Thank you parents for attending our parents evening this week. It was great to meet you all and to update you on your child’s progress. Thank you also for filling out the parents evening conversation sheets. There are some wonderful comments from you!

 

- “Well done! Keep up the good work, your maths is fantastic. Keep working hard.”

- “We are so proud of you and all your achievements at school. Your handwriting is beautiful and your writing is so creative. We are so pleased with your growth in confidence too.”

- “We loved your stories! You are so good at expressing yourself! Your writing is neat and you are trying so hard with your maths. Well done, we are proud of you”

- “We loved reading your topic book. It looks like you have really enjoyed the superhero topic. You’re handwriting is getting so neat and all of your books look lovely. We are very proud of how well you are doing!”

- “I had a lovely chat with your teacher, you’re doing really well. That made mummy happy and proud! I could see from your school books that you’re enjoying school. Your drawings are fantastic! You also had some great comments about your maths and writing. Well done and keep up the good work.” 

- “Very proud how my son has grown in such little time. He loves coming to school now!”

- “I am very proud of my daughter and her progress at school. I love her story and the detail in it. Keep up the hard work.”

- “Handwriting is really good! Your maths is improving as well. Keep up the good work.”

- “We are both so very proud of you and all your hard work. Looking at your handwriting we can see how much neater it is. We can also see how good your maths work is getting too! Well done, keep up the good work!”

- “ I am very proud of how you have learnt to set out your maths neatly in your book.”

 

 

 

Our second topic is 'Scrumdiddlyumptious!' 

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Remembrance Day - Sunday 11th November

Please take a moment to remember the brave people who fought and lost their lives in the wars. Poppies are available on the playground to raise money for The Royal British Legion.

 

Important Information:

P.E days for 3G are Tuesdays. Please ensure that your children have the correct P.E kit in school all week so they are able to fully take part. 

 

New spellings will be given out every Friday and will be written into the children's organisers. Children will be tested on their spellings the following Friday morning. 

 

Please ensure that the bottom page of your child's organiser is signed each week by Friday. 

 

It is very important to hear your child read on a regular basis, therefore the school asks that an adult hears each child read at least 3 times a week. Please make sure if you hear your child read, you record it in their organiser as children will not be able to change their reading book unless an adult has heard them read. 

 

Whilst reading with your child you could check their understanding further by asking key questions, such as:

  • Can you describe the setting?
  • Can you predict what might happen next?
  • What can you tell me about that character's personality?
  • Who was the main character in the book?
  • From the title/heading, can you predict what the text will be about?
  • Why do you think …..?
  • Why did …..?
  • How do you know that …..?
  • What might happen if …..?
  • What can you infer from the picture on the page?
  • Why do they …..?
  • How do you know?

 

 

Top tips for staying safe online!

 

1)      Don’t post any personal information online – like your address, email address or mobile number.

2)      Think carefully before posting pictures or videos of yourself.  Once you’ve put  a picture of yourself online most people can see it and may be able to download it, it’s not just yours anymore.

3)      Keep your privacy settings as high as possible

4)      Never give out your passwords

5)      Don’t befriend people you don’t know

6)      Don’t meet up with people you’ve met online.  Speak to your parent or carer about people suggesting you do

7)      Remember that not everyone online is who they say they are

8)      Think carefully about what you say before you post something online

9)      Respect other people’s views, even if you don’t agree with someone else’s views doesn’t mean you need to be rude

10)   If you see something online that makes you feel uncomfortable, unsafe or worried: leave the website, turn off your computer if you want to and tell a trusted adult immediately.

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