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Pallister Park
Primary School

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Welcome to the Pallister Park Year 3 Page


Welcome to the Pallister Park Y3 page!

Our topic for this half term is Tremors.
The children will be learning all about natural disasters and carrying out geographical study. 

 

 

Our learning about natural disasters will be used as a basis for writing our own explanation texts.

During our DT lessons we will be designing and making our own erupting volcanoes. 

 

We will be continuing to learn Spanish in Year 3 during this half term.  Hopefully the children will practise this at home! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Resources

Resources to access at home:

Playing www.sumdog.com is an interactive way to improve times table skills and mental maths.

Miss McCarthy spends many an evening Kiteboarding. See if you can beat her!

If you have mislaid your login details, please ask Mrs Cacioppo

 

Year News

 

 

Homework

Children will get spellings every Monday to practise for a spelling test the following Monday.  These will be in their yellow spelling books.  Children can use 2-3 pages in these books to practise at home and take any additional paper needed from school.  Spelling books must be brought into school every day. 

As we are sure you are aware, reading at home to an adult is so important for children to develop their fluency and reading skills.  Please continue to listen to your child read at home and sign their planner.  Reading books and planners must be brought into school every day. 

Children are also expected to practise their times tables at home as the government expectation is that by the time they finish Year 4 they will know all of the times tables. 

 

All children now have a secure log in of their own so that they can access Times Table Rockstars’. We encourage children to log in at home on a daily basis and play games linked to their targets. 

Regular prizes/certificates will be given to children   working hard to improve their scores/speed.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Year Events

 

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