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Mrs Sarah Hall

Brooke Primary School

At the heart of it all is the child.

Y3CF

Welcome to Y3CF

We would just like to say a big, warm welcome to Year 3. We hope your children have enjoyed their first half term in Year 3 especially our trip to the York Railway Museum.

 

Themed Learning

This half term our theme is ‘Scrummdiddlyumptious’ and the children we be reading a very popular book written by Roald Dahl – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The children will also be looking at the illustrations by Quentin Blake and producing work in a similar style. In Science the children will be learning about the human body and the food pyramid. Towards the end of the half term, Warburton’s will be visiting the children in year 3 and we will be making bread with a Christmas theme.

 

Library/Reading

We are very fortunate to have our own library in school where the children can borrow books and take them home to enjoy with their family and friends to develop a love of reading. The children can borrow the books for a maximum of 14 days but they can return the book and it can be reissued on the same day for them to borrow it again if they haven’t quite finished it. As well as children enjoying a library they will also have a reading book and diary to take home and enjoy. The children’s book will support their phonic knowledge and comprehension skills so that they can 90% of the book independently. We will be monitoring the children’s reading regularly to

PE

Your child will participate in 2 PE lessons per week and we would really appreciate it. If your child could bring their PE kit to school on Monday and take it home on Friday then it will save any confusion if for any reason the PE times change due to unforeseen circumstances.

 

Thank you for your continued support.

Miss Flaherty, Miss Underwood, Mrs Cockin and Mrs Chapman

At the heart of it all is the child.