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It has been great to welcome back some of you into school. We hope to everyone back soon!

Year 3

homelearning@annesley.notts.sch.uk

Hi there Kingfishers!

 

For this weeks learning and activities just click the folder (15.6 WEEK) above

 

If you have any questions, technical issues or just would like some general support please contact (PLEASE PUT YOUR YEAR AS PART OF THE SUBJECT):


Homelearning@annesley.notts.sch.uk

 

These are veru useful links:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zmyxxyc/year-3-and-p4-lessons/1

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

 

 

Don't forget your times tables, spellings, reading and the arithmetic tests too. All available on previous learning and in the weekly timetables too. Keep practising! I Look forward to seeing you all at some point.

 

MR P smiley

PLEASE NOTE: There has been some information and support documents added to the 'Special Educational Needs' section of the website, its not specifically for children with SEN and some of it may be useful to all parents. 

Thank you.

Y-Challenge!!!

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Here’s a new challenge to keep you all active and healthy... The Y-Challenge!

See if you can beat Mr Henshaw’s score of 3️⃣0️⃣, or challenge a member of staff to beat your score!

All you need are 3️⃣ items to make a capital Y (clothes, string, chalk, skipping rope, cricket stumps, etc).

If you’d like us to upload your attempts, please send videos to your teacher’s email address (all parents should have them now).

Stay healthy, staff active, stay safe.

 

 

IMPORTANT MESSAGES.

 

Please make sure your child brings their P.E. kits in each week as we are seeing an increasing number of children who are forgetting and not taking part in our lessons.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Archie Bear

 

Introducing Archie Bear, our school mascot!

 

We will ‘Achieve with Archie’, if we are:

Ambitious - encouraging children to have aspirations and have ambitions to ‘dream the big dream’.To try, try and try again, even when things are challenging.

Respectful - treating others how they would like to be treated.

Confident - preparing our children for a world which is changing every day, to tackle new things with confidence.

Honest - telling the truth, to say what we mean and do what we say we are going to do.

Independent - foster a love of learning and promote independence and encourage questioning.

Equal - celebrate the difference and individuality of others

Meet Toffee, our class pet, he loves to watch you 'Achieve with Archie!'

 

Year 3 and 4 Spelling List

Calculation policy and ethos

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