Welcome to Class 3!
A new year, a new classroom, a new teacher, a new Key Stage! This year in class 3 we are lucky to have Mr Eshelby working with us in the classroom as well as teaching PE on Tuesday afternoons. We will also welcome Mrs Atton, Mrs Conen, Mr Asplin, Mrs Winn and Mrs Redmond at various times throughout the week! As if it isn’t busy enough, we will also have Mrs Honerez on Tuesday afternoon teaching us French! I’m not sure that there is going to be any room left for us!
We are starting our new year by going back in time to Ancient Egypt. In History, we will be learning about Mummies, Pyramids and Pharaohs. Don't forget our WOW starter for our new topic - 9th September - Ancient Egyptian Day! In Science, we will be learning about rocks and fossils and will be trying to tell the difference by eating them! Don’t worry, all will become clear and no trips to the dentist for broken teeth will be needed!
In Literacy we will be learning how to write a recount and thinking about stories set in the past. We will start our Numeracy by reviewing our number skills - bead string, cubes, fingers and toes at the ready! PE will be Games on Tuesday afternoon with Mr E and Gymnastics on Wednesday morning with me – don’t forget your PE kits!
We have already settled into class and are loving the independence and responsibility that being in Key Stage 2 brings. It’s going to be a great year!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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