Spellings to be tested on Friday 27th November 2020
Spellings to be tested on the 20th November 2020
Some children will only be tested on the first 5 spellings. These children have been made aware.
Plastic bottles please
On Wednesday 11th November Mulberry class are making a whole class craft project.
If possible please send your child into school with any single use plastic bottles you may have in your recycling bin (2l fizzy drink bottles/water bottles/squash bottles etc).
Please send these in by Tuesday 10th November as they need to be cut down to a certain size in anticipation of Wednesday's lesson.
Many thanks, Miss Walker
Spelling to be tested on the 13.11.2020
Some pupils will only be tested on the first 5 spellings. These children have been informed.
Welcome back Mulberry class to term 2. We are now getting into much colder months so please ensure your child has their jumper/cardigan and a warm coat for break and lunch time.
We will continue to have PE on a Monday straight after lunch with Mrs Barrett from PASS PE. This is an excellent opportunity for the class to develop great skills.
The first spellings will be tested on 13th November and your child will be sent home with the usual practise sheet on Friday 5th November and as usual the copy of spellings will be displayed on the class page.
if you have any concerns or questions please email the class email and I will respond as soon as possible.
At the end of each term we will be testing the class on a random assortment of spelling words that pupils have been learning over the course of the term. Please see the list below which will be tested on Friday 23rd October 2020.
Spellings to be tested on 16th October 2020
Spellings to be tested on Friday 2nd October 2020
on Friday’s we will be using oil pastels and paint during our Art lessons. If possible please could you provide your child with an apron or an old adult sized t shirt/shirt that you don’t mind getting messy. Thank you.
Spellings (to be tested on 25/09/2020)
What have Mulberry class been learning about this week?
This week we have carried on working on our understanding of numbers up to 1000, we had a practical maths lesson outside this week where we had to order numbers between 500 and 700; this was quite a challenge but we preserved and eventually worked well as a team! This week in English we have produced some amazing letters in character as Hannah. We will be finishing our current class text Gorilla in the coming week and then we will be moving on to a new text.
We have continued practising our striking and fielding in PE this week with Mrs Barratt and we are getting better each week at controlling the ball and watching the ball. This week in History we continued our learning about the Stone Age and focussed our lesson this week on Hunter Gatherers and how our life now is so different to the tough times in the Stone Age. Aren’t we lucky that we can just pop to a shop?!
We have enjoyed lots of outdoor time this week whilst we have had super weather, most children are remembering their water bottles which is great, thank you.
Have a lovely weekend,
Thursday 10th September
Today your child was sent home with two scheme reading books or a Free Reader book out of our class book corner.
The scheme reading books need to be returned to school on Thursday the 17th September please. We will then not issue any reading books for the following week and your child can access reading material on Bug Club for the following week,
please let me know if you do not have access to Bug Club at home. This is due to books needing to be quarantined.
Children with Free Reader books may keep their book beyond the 17th of September and can bring these back into school when they have finished reading it. They will then be asked to write a book review for the class book corner.
What have Mulberry Class been learning about this week (10.09.2020)?
Mulberry class have settled back into school life really well, I’m really pleased with all the perseverance that they have shown. Well done!
This week in Maths we have been focussing on place value and numbers up to 1,000. We have been looking at how to write numbers both numerically and using words. We have been partitioning numbers into hundreds, tens and ones and have been representing these with Base Ten equipment and Place Value Counters. Please continue to use Mathletics to further your child’s understanding of what we are learning in class.
In English we have been looking at the book Gorilla by Anthony Browne. We have really enjoyed reading this book so far and are excited to find out what happens and if Hannah’s gorilla comes to life! We enjoyed doing role play this week we acted out one of the scenes from the book when Hannah was having breakfast with her Dad.
Spellings - tested on the 18th September 2020
This week we are focusing on the prefixes 'dis', 'un' and 'in'. Please take some time at home to practise these spellings ready to be tested on the Friday 18th September 2020.
PE - please send your child to school in their PE kit every Monday.
Snacks/water - lunch time is at 12.30 and some children are getting very peckish at break time, with this in mind if you see fit please provide your child with a snack for break time. Please also send your child to school with a named water bottle so that they can stay hydrated throughout the day.
Spellings - each week your child will be set spellings to learn. These will be issued on a Friday and tested the following Friday. Please see below for the current week’s spellings.
Reading books/Bug Club - every other Thursday your child will be sent home with 2 scheme reading books or a free reader book from the class book corner. These need to be returned to school on the following Thursday (if they are scheme books). Please be aware that on the week your child isn’t issued a book you will be able to access reading materials on Bug Club. Bug Club can be accessed here.
Welcome to Year 3!
Please see below for our class newsletter, which has also been sent to you via ParentMail. We are really looking forward to working with you for the next year!
Miss Walker and Mrs Fuller