Welcome to Years 3 & 4!
Welcome to lower Key Stage 2.
As a result of the school's closure on Friday 20th March please see the recommended websites and resources to support learning at home.
To support you during this period, Twinkl is offering every parent and carer in England access to all Twinkl resources with a One Month Ultimate Membership, totally free of charge.
We recommend that you use this website to acess TwinklGo to explore interactive games with your children. There is also Twinklparents hub which aims to make it as stress-free as possible for parents to teach their children from home. All of the worksheets, activities and games have simple instructions and are easy to download and use at home. These are aligned to the curriculum and resources are made by teachers and trusted by parents.
BBC Bitesize provides access to a wide range of subjects including Maths, Science, History and Geography. Please ensure that you access the KS1 area for age appropriate work.
The school subscribe to this site and each child has their own log- in details. These log in details were sent home in your child's home learning pack. If you have any issues please contact school regarding this.
Free membership package allows you to download any of the free resources that are shown on the site. The website provides a wide range of downloadable and printable educational resources relating to fluency, reasoning and problem solving. These are arranged in year groups for easy access.
Classroom Secrets is available completely free of charge to support home learning. They already have a lot of activities online and ready to use right now and are adding more games and activities all the time.There are also learning video clips and interactive games.
For independent learning and games, we recommend using Classroom Secrets Kids (). Packed with fun and engaging content, this online learning platform will guarantee to keep your child learning independently.
https://manchester.spydus.co.uk/cgi-bin/spydus.exe/MSGTRN/WPAC/HOME - Manchester libraries are offering free access to e-books during school closures
https://whiterosemaths.com/resources/schemes-of-learning/primary-sols/ - for additional maths questions click the year group of your child and choose an area of learning
A little competition to win some PE kits for school that has been designed by one of the children -
We've set up a little competition for your students to enter during the current situation.
To enter simply:
- Download the Worksheet - https://https/halbro.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Halbro-DesignYourOwnKit.pdf
- Get your child to design a PE Kit
- Send it in to our socials with #TeamHalbro
- Sit back and wait for the result!
Our winner will be selected on 1st May 2020 by Sam Ward, an English international field hockey player for England and the GB Olympic team. Halbro Sportswear will then make your design a reality and make 20 shirts for your school!
I hope that you find this information useful. If you have any issues please do not hesitate to email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your continued support during this difficult time.
For some creative ideas, go to:
Religious Online resources:
The Story of Easter (Jesus' Sacrifice):
Watch and discuss a range of Bible Stories. 'Saddleback Kids' is a great Youtube channel.
Please ensure that your child's reading book is in school everyday and it is signed. We always begin our morning with reading and our classrooms are now open from 8.45am to give children lots of time to get their reading miles in!
Swimming times this year are: Year 3 every Wednesday afternoon and Year 4 every Thursday afternoon.
As well as Swimming, PE will take place on a Friday for Year 4 where children will be learning lots of new sporting techniques within their physical education. Year 3 PE will now take place on a Tuesday where children will be learning the many techniques of dance. PE kits MUST be worn: white shirts, black shorts and black PE pumps. In addition, we will be working on a daily mile within the school day where children will have the opportunity to run a mile. This has proved beneficial for children physically and mentally.
Swimming in Year 3 and Year 4 will be every Wednesday (Y3) and Thursday (Y4) afternoon at our local swimming baths. Swimming is part of the children’s programme of study. All children will need a swimming bag with a towel and a swim hat. Girls are required to wear a swimming costume and swimming hat and boys to wear swimming shorts.
Keep a check on our page and the photo gallery for updates of our learning journey in Year 3 and Year 4 and all the fun we will be engrossed with whilst learning.
Mrs Riding, Mrs Jones and Mr Ratcliffe