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Year 3 - Poplar

Welcome to Year 3 - Poplar!

 

Our teacher is Miss Marchini and our teaching assistant is Mrs Dolman.

We also work with Miss Hill and Mrs Dost for some subjects. 

There are 30 children in our class - 22 boys and 8 girls in our class.

 

Class Codes

  • Keep your hands and feet to yourself.
  • Respect everyone and everything.
  • Be a good listener and try your best.
  • Be proud to be in the Victoria team.
  • Show good manners.

Our Class Timetable

 

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Homework

 

Homework is set every Friday to be returned by the following Tuesday.  Children are given a piece of English and a piece of Maths work to consolidate their learning in class.  At times there may be homework related to other aspects of the curriculum.  There will also be some research topics to find out about at different times of the year.  Please support your child with their homework and encourage them to try their best.  Thank you!

Reading Olympics

 

As part of our Reading Olympics we encourage children to read daily at home.  Please support your child to read on a daily basis and sign their Reading Journals.  We aim to hear all of the children read in class through individual and guided reading.  

Class Representatives

 

This year's School Council Representatives are Mariya and Ehtishaam.  

 

This half-term's Behaviour Ambassador is Zayaan who was chosen by the class themselves.

 

The class' Smartbots are Kesha and Ayaan.  

 

The class' Sports Council Representatives are Laiba and Mohammed.

 

 

Creative Curriculum

 

Our topics enable us to develop and apply knowledge and skills in different areas of the curriculum, such as history, geography and art.  These lessons take place during the afternoon.  Where possible, we go on educational visits or invite visitors in, so that we develop our learning and understanding more.  These are the topics that we will be covering each half-term.  

 

 

Cycle 1

2017-2018

 

 

 

 

 

Take me on a Journey

Traditional Tales/Playscripts

Conservation

 

 

Plants

 

 

 

The English Countryside

Romans and Celts