Welcome to Sparrow's Class Page.
We are really excited to start a new year and have lots of exciting things planned.
Please see our proposed yearly overview (some things may be subject to change)
Below you will find information, photos and children's work as the year progresses. We hope you enjoy finding out about what we have been up to!
In year 3 we need to read 4 times a week and have our Reading Recording signed by an adult.
On a Tuesday, MyMaths will be set for our Maths homework and is due in on the following Monday. Each child has their login details inside their Reading Record and letters with these details have also been sent home. If you have any problems with access please let Miss Wall know as paper copies are available each week.
Spellings will be sent home on a Wednesday and the children will be tested the following Tuesday. These will also be practiced through the week in class.
Grammar will be sent home starting next week (beginning 24th September), this will be set on a Monday and due in the Friday of the same week.
Pleas support your child with their homework as they may find some tasks challenging, however if you or your child are having difficulties, do please let Miss Wall know, so that she can give extra support with this.
As we are thinking about the environment and studying The Tin Forest, we were shocked to walk into our classroom and find it covered in other people's rubbish - just like the old man in the story.
We had to work in the rubbish all afternoon to see how it felt for the old man and understand his emotions.
Term 2, We are learning about The Stone Age.
In English we are reading the book The Stone Age Boy and writing lots of diary entries, postcards, instructions, balanced arguments; based on parts of the story.
In topic we have looked at the Stone Age Timeline and put the events in order.
Currently we are in the middle of making Stone Age Axes and then we will write instructions on how to make one...just in case you ever need a paper mache axe for any reason!!
Today (20-11-18) we had the surprise of meeting Monty our school dog.
Mr Garratt talked to us about to behave around Monty and when we might have the opportunity to have Monty in our class room as a reward or to see Monty if we are upset; even to show him our amazing work (he has special stickers to give out).