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Welcome to 3A Autumn term 2017!
I hope you have enjoyed your summer break and look forward to all that this year has to bring!
 
This term in History our topic will be ‘The Stone Age’ and for Geography we will focus on ‘What makes the Earth Shake’.  Through these topics the children will have the opportunity to find out about in the past, develop their understanding of a timeline and look at the structure of volcanoes.
 
In Science the children will develop their understanding of the human body and the importance of a balanced diet as well as forces and magnets.
 
We hope you look forward to the year ahead.  If you have any questions, please feel free to speak with myself at any time.
 
Miss St Juste and Miss Beaumont
 
 
General Reminders
 

  • P.E kits should include a white t-shirt, black shorts/leggings and black P.E pumps.  Long hair should be tied back and for health and safety reason, head scarves must be removed.  P.E is every Monday and Thursday.
  • Book bags should come to school every day.
  • Spelling test will take place every Thursday.
  • All homework should be completed and returned to school every Wednesday.
 
Useful Websites
 
 
Maths Activities and games ~ nrich provides a range of games and problem solving activities.
http://nrich.maths.org/frontpage
 
ICT games ~ this game will help develop your child’s understanding of adding 10 to 2-digit numbers.
http://www.ictgames.com/add10Depth/
 
Times tables ~ help your children to learn their times tables though these interactive games.
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/times-tables

Use Oxford Owl
 

Gallery - please click to view

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Year 2 Drumming (24MB)

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Magic Key Adventures

Lots of fun and games while learning about words and writing.

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