“I can do things you cannot, You can do things I cannot;
we can do great things.”
Remember, in this strange and unknown time, that we are together. We have shared many incredible moments this year and have lots to look forward to when we return.
I am so incredibly proud of everything you have achieved and will miss your beaming smiles, craziness and your outstanding compassion.
Stay safe. Spread love. Keep positive. Praise God.
SCHOOL CLOSURE INFORMATION
You can communicate with Miss Cole via e-mail or Class Dojo.
- The parent login to Class Dojo is in the front of your child's orange Home Learning Book.
- The address for you to e-mail Miss Cole is: Y3.SGP@welearn365.com
Your child will be set the following work schedule:
English - Once each weekday.
Spelling - Once each weekday.
Mathematics - Once each weekday.
Religious Education - Once each week.
Topic - Once each week.
Home Learning Tasks:
Home Learning Celebration of Tasks:
Wow! I am so incredibly impressed by the level of creativity, enthusiasm and determination that has already been shown by all of the children in Year 3 in their home learning tasks! Each week, they have been completing their Maths, English, RE and Topic work, as well as engaging in different challenges!
Take a look below to see some of our children's learning that has been happening at home.
Miss you all
Welcome to Year 3!
In Year 3, we believe in the importance of togetherness as
we love, learn and grow with Jesus.
Our gospel value this half term is to be Faith-filled and Hopeful
We remember that we build upon all of our Gospel Values throughout our journey at St. Gregory's to become a role model of Christ.
Reading book and Homework diary - to be taken home and returned everyday
Homework - due in on Monday
P.E Kit - Thursday
Swimming Kit - Tuesday
Our topic for the Spring Term is...
Where are the coldest and hottest places on earth?
How do people and animals adapt to extreme conditions?
Our topic for the Autumn Term is...
Savage Stone Age
How long ago did hunter gatherers from the Stone Age live?
How did they survive? What inventions did they leave that are still used today?