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St John's Class

Welcome to St. John's Class. Our class is made up of 18 Year 3 children. Our Teacher is Miss Trott, and our Teaching Assistant is Mrs Waters.

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St John's Class Curriculum Information 

In Autumn Term 1, we are learning about Prehistoric Britain. Attatched below is the knowledge organiser of the content we will be covering. In Computing at the moment, we are looking at how to stay safe online.

 

St John's Class Homework 2020/21

Homework in St John's Class is expected to be daily reading and completing spelling practice. Some additional homework tasks may be provided. However, the additional tasks completely optional. All spellings sheets for the term and an overview are found below. 

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Parent Information

In this section you will find any letters & information issued by the class teacher and other documents which may be of use to you. If you need a document that is not provided, please ask the class teacher.  

Reading

In St John's Class we believe that reading is one of the most important skills to teach your child. Good readers, make good writers and orators. Before a child can read well, parents and teachers need to foster a love of reading.  We welcome the support of parents in making reading a fun and   enjoyable activity.  Reading books are issued regularly and children are encouraged to make their own choices of a wide range of genres.  Below are some documents to help you grow the reading bug. 

COVID-19 update: to help limit the spread of Covid-19, we are restricting the number of times in a week we change reading books. This means that your child may end up keeping the same reading book even after they have finished it. We recommend that a child reads a reading book at least twice to improve their fluency and comprehension. 

Our Class Blog

4th September - It has been brilliant having all of the children back in school this week. I have been taking the time to get to know them and finding out their goals for this year. We have also used this time to reintroduce the children back into learning with some introductory lessons about our new topic, literacy book and our science theme. 

18th September - We have now finished our recap for maths and literacy with excellent work produced by all. We also used chalk pastels to create silhouette pictures of Stone Henge. Next week we start a new maths unit and a new writing unit based on the book "Stone Age Boy".  

25th September - This week we have really focused on the stone age. We have made models of mammoths in art, and then looked at the different animals found in the stone age to write shape poems about in literacy. We also have started looking at our new book entitled Stone Age Boy and we made predictions about what the book might be about. 

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