Welcome to Year 3 - Brunel

Welcome to Brunel Class!

I will be teaching your children alongside Mr Bown this year:

Miss Cao: Monday - Wednesday

Mr Bown: Thursday - Friday

Mrs Perkins will be assisting Brunel and Stevenson in Year 3 from Tuesday to Friday.

This half term we will be learning about our locality and comparing it to another in North Clifton. What is similar and what is different?

‚ÄčThe children will learn to understand human geographical similarities and differences between the Meadows and North Clifton.

The children have already made a super start to the year! They all look so grown up and have been eager to learn. They have already impressed me with their fabulous ideas and concentration skills. We can't wait to get stuck in!

Spellings for this half term are:

actual

learn

group

heard

arrive

circle

often

build

Reading At Home
Please support your child by reading with them every evening for about 15 minutes.
Please check your child's Reading Diary for any messages we may need to send home and please feel free to add your own messages too.
Have fun learning using the weblinks to great activities you could play with your child!

This Week

We have had an addition to the class this week - a lovely boy from Bulgaria! Please ask your child how to say key words and phrases in Bulgarian. Can you guess what they mean?

Reading Thursday will continue to run beginning Thursday 14th September. Hope to see you all there. The children love having you there!

Homework

Reading At Home
Please support your child by reading with them every evening for about 15 minutes.

Reading regularly will also:

- Build confidence

- Build a wider range of vocabulary

- Help with spelling and oracy

- Build a rich imagination

Please support your child in learning the spellings of the half term:

actual

learn

group

heard

arrive

circle

often

build

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