Holy Trinity CofE Primary School

Holy Trinity C of E Primary School

YEAR 3

This Week:
 
 
This week in Maths we have been working on our 8 times table. We have also been using this to practise grouping and sharing equally.
 
In English, we have continued with our book 'The Ice Palace', and writing our own instructions for a potion for Starjik.
 
In Science, we have been learning about forces and magnetism.  
 
 
Homework:
(Due back by Wednesday)
 
 
Maths:
Fun Maths activity
 
Spellings: 
Words with 'ay' sound spelt 'ei', 'eigh' or 'ay'.
 

Do you know any other words that use this spelling rule? Can you practise them at home?

 

Words of the week:

address, busy, decide, purpose, though

 

Practise these words so that you can start to incorporate them into your independent writing.

Notices:
 
CHANGE - Class assembly dates
 
5th March - Year 3H  (Please note - there has been a change of date)
 
 
Romans
The Romans are coming building the newfangled thing called a road through the area, and changing a way of life forever. Discover what life was like in Roman Ewell find out what they eat and how they cooked it also even taste it! Try out some beauty treatments. If you are feed up with Ewell join the Roman army and see the Empire but be sure it will be for 25 years. Find out what happened when you went for a Both in the bath house !  See flyer attached at the bottom of the webpage.
Cost £5 per child. Contact: David Brooks, Bourne Hall Museum, Spring Street, Ewell, Surrey, KT17 1UF.
 
Reminder
Please ensure your child brings in their accelerated reader book and reading record in every day so that we can monitor the children's reading. 
  
Tissues
Any donations of tissues would be greatly appreciated for our runny noses. 
 
Reading
We will continue to use the Accelerated Reading programme in Year 3.
The children are currently taking their Star Reader quiz so that reading books can be issued.
 
Our PE days
3H - Tuesday and Thursday
3T - Tuesday and Friday
 
 
Email addresses
kerryn.witting@holytrinity.merton.sch.uk
helen.seckington@holytrinity.merton.sch.uk