"There are no mistakes in life, only lessons. There is no such thing as a negative experience, only opportunities to grow, learn and advance along the road of self-mastery." - Robin Sharma
This year the team comprises of myself (Mr Sergeant), Mr Ellison and Miss Duxbury. Mrs Otley will also be teaching the class Spanish on a Thursday afternoon.
Mr Sergeant Mr Ellison Miss Duxbury Mrs Otley
I like to encourage an ‘open door’ policy for you to pop in and have a chat, or discuss your child’s progress. If you wish to speak to me please contact me through Class Dojo or ring the office.
I like to encourage independence in my classes. Your children should begin to organise themselves with homework, letters, PE Kit etc as they are now in the juniors, but your support would be appreciated in making sure they have the correct kit and homework on the right day.
PE lessons take place on a Thursday and Friday. Children should not wear ear rings but if they are they must be covered with plasters or be able to take the ear rings out for the lesson. Girls who wear tights will also need a pair of socks in their PE kit as the pumps can rub.
The More that you Read,
the more things you will know.
The More that you Learn,
the more places you'll GO! - Dr.Seuss
Reading is extremely important as it informs and supports all areas of the curriculum. In Year 3 the children are expected to read regularly; this should be recorded in their reading record and signed by an adult. Reading records should be brought into school every day, even if the child has not read the previous night. The children's reading books will be changed as and when necessary. As they are now in the juniors children will change the books themselves.
Remember reading underpins all areas of the curriculum!
Click on the image to go to Class Dojo and find out what exciting things we have been up to. If you don't have a log in speak to me and we will sort it out for you.
You can also contact us through Class Dojo to let us know about home events that may affect the children's learning at school.
Remember if your child is going to be absent from school you must call the school office to inform them.