Homework due Monday 19th November 2018

Please practise the following spellings in your reading diary this week. There will be a spelling test on Friday 23rd November 2018. Some follow a spelling rule. The others are year 3 spellings.

 

Spelling rules for prefixes: 

redo

refresh

return

reappear

redecorate

 

Year 3 words:

describe

different

difficult

disappear

early

 

Times Tables practise:

Please practise your 4 times tables.

 

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Plea for adult sized shirts.

Dear Parents and Carers,

Next week in DT, Year 3 will be working with clay to create pottery that is inspired by the Bronze Age.

Clay can create quite the mess, so we are asking for adult sized shirts that the students can wear over their uniforms.

If you have an old shirt that you’re willing to part with, we ask that you please send it to school with your child by Friday of next week.

Thank you very much!

The Year 3 Team

A message from Stag’s Parent Teacher Association representative.

Dear Parents and Carers of Stag Class,

 

As you may be aware, a new Parent Teacher Association has been created for Selsdon Primary School. I have taken on the role of representative for Stag class.

 

The PTA would love to have as many parents and carers involved as possible, if you have any questions, requests, ideas or offers of help please feel free to contact me on stagselsdonprimarypta@gmail.com or come and speak to me at school drop off/pick up.

 

Kind Regards,

 

Samantha Considine (Jessica’s Mum)

Homework due Monday 12th November 2018

Please practise the following spellings in your reading diary this week. There will be a spelling test on Friday 16th November 2018. Some follow a spelling rule. The others are year 3 spellings.

Spellings

Spelling rules for prefixes: 

irregular

irrelevant

irresponsible

irrational

irreversible

 

Year 3 words:

circle

complete

consider

continue

decide

Times Tables practise:

Please practise your 8 times table.

Forming predictions

We are looking to plan another experiment in science this half term. We will be focusing on forces. To help plan our experiment and inform our predictions, we explored how wheels on a toy car act on different surfaces during our science lesson this week. Now we have lots of information which will help us in the next stage.