Miss Johnston is our class teacher and Miss LaHive, Miss Moore and Mrs Robinson are our support assistants.
We work hard, support each other and have lots of fun in 3J!
Half Term Reading
Below is a link to our Autumn Reading Bingo. We would like you to complete as many of the reading tasks as you can and share your completed bingo board with us on Twitter @ChrissiesSpeke.
You can access free online books by signing up at www.readliverpool.co.uk
Below you will find lots of information about our class, including what we have been up to. If you are having to stay at home due to self-isolation, please click on the isolating at home star, which will take you to a new page containing activities that will help you to keep pace with your class. They cover the key learning points of the week and should be completed along with home reading, spelling and times table practice.
Your child will get a book to read at home on Mondays, which is to be returned on Fridays. Please ensure that your child brings their books to school in their book bag. They will also read with an adult daily.
Autumn Term 1
English- Topic themes
This term we will be looking at a wide range of texts linked to our fornightly themes. These include The Tin Forest by Helen Ward and The Day The Crayons Quit by Oliver Jeffers. Children will use opportunities such as drama and short-burst writing to explore the themes, as well as practising their basic skills.
Maths- Place Value
This term we will be looking at Place Value. We will be comparing and ordering numbers up to 1000. Reading and writing number up to 1000 using both numerals and words and we will be counting in multiple of 50s and 100s. We will also start Addition and Subtraction. We will be learning lots of different mental and written methods to add and subtract numbers up to 3 digits.
We explore how God is present in every home. This is expressed through the love that binds the family together within the home through the good times and the home.
What does home mean to you?
How is God present in my life?
Promises- Promises made a Baptism.
We explore the promises made at baptism and confirmation and how they are the call to a new way of life. We look at how the church welcomes us into God’s family.
What does it mean to make a promise?
How can we help others keep promises?
Topic- The United Kingdom.
In topic we will study The United Kingdom. We will look closely at the geographical regions and identity human and physical characteristics and how some aspects have changed over time. We will also learn about the rivers from in the UK and look closely at the journey of a river.