Elm, Year 3

Our teacher is Mrs Grant.

Organisational Information

DayHomework PEReadingOther
Monday Read for a
minimum of 20
mins per day.
P.E –
Kit to be worn to school.
Bring in reading
book and reading
diary
Bring water
bottle
Tuesday
Read for a
minimum of 20
mins per day.


Bring in reading
book and reading
diary
Bring water
bottle
Wednesday
Read for a
minimum of 20
mins per day.


Bring in reading
book and reading
diary
Bring water
bottle
Thursday Read for a
minimum of 20
mins per day.

Hand in Home
Learning – CGP and Century


Bring in reading
book and reading
diary
Bring water
bottle
Friday Read for a
minimum of 20
mins per day.

Home Learning
set – CGP and Century


Bring in reading
book and reading
diary

Diary reads count.
Bring water
bottle

Key Dates For Our Class This Term

WeekEvent
Week 1 – 6.6.22
Book Launch Tuesday
Week 2 – 13.6.22
Week 3 – 20.6.22
Week 4 – 27.6.22
Week 5 – 4.7.22
Week 6 – 11.7.22
Week 7 – 18.7.22Sports Day Friday 22nd July
Week 8 – 25.7.22 Break up Wednesday 27th July

Welcome to Elm class!

Term: Summer 2

Theme: Is this a Wonderful World?

Week 1 and 2 – RE – What can we learn from inspiring people in sacred texts and in the history of religions.

  • To explore the lives of key religious people, describing challenges they faced and value and commitments by which they lived.
  • To respond thoughtfully to Jewish stories about Moses
  • To respond thoughtfully to Christian beliefs about Jesus and God. Learning from his life and teachings. Connecting parables, miracles and stories to the Christian beliefs.
  • To respond thoughtfully from the life of the Prophet Muhammed, connecting Muslim belief and wisdom in the stories from the Qur’an.
  • To discuss and present thoughtfully their own and other views on challenging questions about being inspired by others and about the ways human courage and spirituality can make a person an example to another.

Week 3 and 6 – Music

  • To use tuned and un-tuned instruments or music ICT, create musical ideas to accompany a story that has been chosen.
  • To control playing at different dynamic levels (eg loud, soft)
  • To perform from basic staff notation.
  • To begin to join simple layers of sound e.g. a background rhythm and a solo melody.

Week 4 – Science – Physics – Sound

  • identify how sounds are made, associating some of them with something vibrating.
  • recognise that vibrations from sounds travel through a medium to the ear.
  • find patterns between the pitch of a sound and features of the object that produced it
  • find patterns between the volume of a sound and the strength of the vibrations that produced it

Week 5 and 7 – PHSE – Sex and Relationships, Keeping Healthy

To understand that all families are different and have different family members.
To know that individuals have rights over their own bodies, and that there are differences between good and bad touching.
I have developed an awareness of relevant e-safety issues such as cyber bullying.
I can use the internet purposefully to answer specific questions.
I can understand that the internet contains fact, fiction and opinions and begin to distinguish between them.

My Happy Mind

Below is a link which will take you to the ‘myhappymind’ parent app. This app allows you to complete activities with your child/children, which can help you in supporting their mental health and wellbeing. Feel free to use this resource as and when you feel it would be beneficial.
https://myhappymind.kartra.com/page/parent_app

To understand that all families are different and have different family members.

E-safety Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)

Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

Net-aware (support for parents and carers from the NSPCC)

Homework Attendance School Calendar School council