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Our Class Email:    class3@bradworthy.devon.sch.uk

 

Our Class Blog can be found using the link below

Hello Everyone!

We hope you've had a great week and enjoyed the lovely sunshine! 

Here is your last week of work. 

Please keep in touch - we can't wait to see you next week!

Big hugs,

Mrs M and Mrs D xxx

Hello Everyone!

We hope you've all had a great half term!

Below are your documents for your home learning for the next week. (There is a mistake in the printed packs you have where the country to focus on still says Indonesia - sorry! This week it is your turn to choose where you would like to learn about!)

Please keep in touch and let us know how you are getting on. We'd also love to hear from you on the blog about your half term. Perhaps you could send a photo in?

Hope to see you all soon,

Mrs Musson and Mrs Davies xxx

Hello Class 3!

We hope you've had a good weekend? 

Above are the documents for this weeks learning. 

 

(All the documents are scanned in PDF format, although the plan outline with the links is uploaded in the word document so you can open the links. The introduction, with more details of lessons can be found in the pdf)

 

Please keep in touch, and send us photos of how you are getting on! 

Big hugs

Mrs M and Mrs D XX

A selection of your work so far! Looking amazing Class 3 - we are SO proud of you!

Hi all, apologies for those of you unable to open links in the pdf...here are the word documents

Hello Everyone!

We hope you have had a lovely and relaxing weekend.

Here are your home learning documents for the next week. You all have a pack waiting for you in the playground in the Class 3 box unless you have your pack posted. 

Please let us know if you need anything and please keep in touch through the class email or blog smiley

Speak to you soon!

Mrs Musson and Mrs Davies xxx

Hello Class 3!

 

We hope you have had a great weekend and enjoyed the snow this Sunday!

Below are the documents for your home learning for this week.

Please get in touch if you are unable to open any of the attachments and we will sort it.

 

Unless you have a pack being posted to you, there are packs for each of you in the usual place in the playground, ready for you to collect from Monday morning. 

Please keep update us on the blog with what you have been up to!

 

Keep up the fantastic work - we are super proud of you guys!

 

Mrs Musson and Mrs Davies xxx

 

ps. If the links don't open in the pdf file, then go onto the 'Plan' document attachment where they should open much more easily.

Hello Class 3!

 

We hope you have had a lovely weekend and managed to get out and enjoy some of the lovely weather today. 

 

Mrs Davies and I really enjoyed chatting to you on the blog last week and seeing photos of your amazing work from home! Thank you for all the emails! We have been blown away with how you guys are responding to the home learning - we are super proud of you! smiley

 

We are putting together a display of all your home learning work from the emails and will post a photograph soon!

 

Below are the attachments for the home learning pack you have for this next week. We will be putting extra activities and comments on the blog so please look out for these. 

 

There are packs for everyone to collect from the playground in school in a sealed box in the open play house (unless you have requested yours to be posted). They are ready for you to collect. 

 

Please keep reading or at last 15 minutes a day. As mentioned on Friday, if you have run out of reading books to read at home, please drop us an email and we can arrange for some to be available for collection from school this week. 

 

Please keep in touch with us on the blog, or email us and let us know how you are getting on or if you need any help with anything.

 

Have a great week!

Mrs Musson and Mrs Davies xx 

 

 

 

 

Further to my message below, some of you have asked for some extra activities to do today, so I've put together this for you to have a look at. 

This is not compulsory...just some extra things to do if you would like to!

Have fun

Mrs xx

Hello Everyone!

If you haven't been on our Class 3 blog, please check it out! It's really nice to be able to stay in contact with everyone and you can post up photos of yourself working at home or on your daily exercise for everyone else to see.

I hope you have all had a good week.

If you haven't been in contact with Mrs Davies or myself yet this week, please can you drop us an email today just so we know you are okay! 

Please let us know if there is anything we can help with, if you get stuck on something, if you just want to chat, or even want extra work sending to you. Also, if you are finding something a bit too tricky, please let us know via email and we can sort something out. 

We know a lot of you have plenty to read at home and this is fantastic, keep up the brilliant reading! However if there are some of you that would like some reading books, email us with your book band and number and we can sort something out. 

Have a fantastic Friday everyone.

Mrs Musson and Mrs Davies xx

Class 3 Home Learning

Monday 11th January 2021

Hello Class 3!

We hope you had a lovely Christmas and New Year! We’re looking forward to reading about your favourite presents and what you got up to.

Mrs Davies and I have been so proud of all the amazing progress you guys made last term – you really worked so hard. We know it’s really disappointing that we can’t be in school altogether this half term but we will make up for it when we are back in class - we have lots of fun projects planned!

 

This document lays out the next week and what is expected in terms of home learning. I will upload additional documents of things like worksheets for you to print or have a look at – they wouldn’t fit into this document without jumbling everything up!

This is a long document, but remember, it is a weeks worth of work!

From Monday morning, there will be a pack of this document, and worksheets in a folder for each of you to collect, should you wish. For those of you who are key worker children and plan on coming into school some of the week, I have still made you a pack to collect and take home should you wish. I have left copies of your packs in school to use when you are in as a key worker child. I thought this way, you will always have a copy on you, but we can see how this goes!

There are a handful of you who have requested packs to be sent home to you and these will be done at the start of the week.

However, for everyone else, you are welcome to come and collect your pack from the play house in the playground at school. Please remember to maintain social distancing when collecting them.

 

Your Christmas Homework

 

I know we mentioned in your homework that we would be starting our multiplication and division topic this January. However, with the changes this month and the home learning that will be going on, we have decided to put this unit on hold until you are all back in school. Mrs Davies and I have decided to cover the measurement and shape units this half term, amongst some other lessons.

We also set you a challenge of 20 reads over Christmas….make sure this is all written into your reading record and we will sort out treats when we are back in class – we promise!!

Along with this, you had some spelling homework set. Please can you get a grown up or older sibling at home to test you on your 20 words and let Mrs Davies and I know your scores via email. Thank you! J

(Well done to all those of you who have been practicing your spellings over the Christmas holiday on Spelling Shed, I have been really impressed by some awesome scores!!)

 

This weeks work – Monday 11th – Friday 15th January 2021 (!)

I’m now going to set out your lessons for the week. There is a lot to read, but remember this is your entire weeks’ worth of work.

 

Reading

We would like you to do 15 minutes of reading per day. This really can be anything, whether it’s a news article, shopping lists, a magazine, comic, story book etc. Please record this in your reading record each day with a signature from a grownup or older sibling.

Your reading challenge for this half term is 25 reads. Once again, make sure these are all written in your reading records with the date and we can then hand out prizes in class once we have counted these up.

 

Reading Comprehension

We would like you to do a reading comprehension activity once a week, as we did in class in the mornings. You can choose when to do this during the week but I’ve suggested in the weekly plan that it is your Literacy lesson for a Friday.

I will attach a document of your comprehension activity below.

Writing

We will be posting a postcard activity out to you this week for you to complete.

This is one of your writing tasks for the week. The aim is for you to post these back to us and we will display them in class so they are here for you when you come back! Mrs Davies will be coming in near the start of the week to sort this activity out and post it out to you. This may take a few days, so start your story (below) first. J 

We would also like you to write a story using the photo below as inspiration. (Again, I will attach this photo below...I'm still getting to grips with this new website and haven't quite figured it all out! Sorry!)

 

When you look at the photo, have a think about who might live here. Could it be a king, or a princess, or a monster hidden away from the world? Is it the most powerful kingdom in the world? Have a think about a problem that could happen in your story. It might help if you come up with a plan before you start. Think about the:

  • Beginning (Who are the main characters, where do they live?)
  • Build up (What do the characters get up, is there a problem starting to appear?)
  • Problem (This is something bad that happens in your story)
  • Resolution (How is the problem fixed? By who?)
  • Ending (This is how you finish your story. Is it a happy ending? A sad ending? A shocking ending?)

 

This plan, writing your story and checking and finishing off your story should take you the equivalent of what would take us about 3 lessons in class.

Please can you send us a photo or your story when you have finished – it would be lovely if you drew a picture at the end, maybe of your favourite scene in the story or your favourite character?

 

Spelling

Your last lesson of the week for Literacy is your spelling lesson. The words are from the spelling shed planning what we have been using in class. I will upload on a separate document, the activities to complete with it.

There are 2 activities to do on there.

Spellings

actual

answer

bicycle

circle

earth

enough

fruit

island

often

popular

 

Maths

The maths is more structured day by day than your writing. Each day there will be a lesson for you to do. Some will be from the BBC website home learning section and some will be worksheets that I will upload on here.

I will upload a photo of the maths plan for the week below in a separate document

There are some shape lessons and some measuring lessons for you to do.

For each lesson, I have put a mental maths activity for each day for you to focus on. These can be found on EdShed/Maths Shed, under the Number Skills section. https://play.edshed.com/en-gb/number It is best to do these mental maths activities first as a bit of a warm up, just like we do in class.

There is a different mental maths activity for Friday (How many triangles?) which I will upload on a separate document below.

 

There are some videos on this link on espresso which give you an introduction to measuring. Have a play around on here and check out some different videos before your lessons on measuring (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday)

Espresso: Estimating length 1 and Estimating length 2 videos:

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/modules/m2_measures/length/index.html?source=subject-Maths-Lower%20KS2-Measurement-Videos#

This link will open up a variety of videos, make sure you choose the estimating length 1 and estimating length 2 videos for Friday’s lesson. You can choose a video to watch on Wednesday and Thursday.

Friday’s lesson I will upload below on another document

Monday’s lesson on the BBC website can be found on this link:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zfqt2v4

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdjtjsg

 

I’ve grouped together 2 lessons here, as the first lesson doesn’t have any activities with it. You can choose one of the two activities from the second link to complete.

Tuesday’s lesson can be found here on this link:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zq6p7yc

You will need a pencil and paper for the activity at the end of the lesson, to see how many 2D shapes you can find around your home.

 

Science

Your Science topic for this week is LIGHT. Here is the link for this week’s lesson

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zbssgk7/articles/z2s4xfr

Your activity to go with it, is to write down a list of 10 light sources you can find at home. As with all your work, please send us a photograph of this to our class email! J

Mrs Davies has said also that there is an Operation Ouch on BBC at 11.35-12.05pm on Monday if you would like to watch this you can. It was part of your last Science topic with Mrs Davies so may be an interesting watch!

 

Topic

Mrs Davies and I will set you a country to research each week. Your activity is to create a poster each week on the set country. Again, please send us a photo of your work, we can’t wait to see what you create!

This week your country is MADAGASCAR

 

Coding – Scratch

Most of you will be using a tablet or laptop etc to access some of the home learning so that will be good practice for you all, navigating around a screen. I would also like you to have a go at using Scratch, an online program that introduces you to Coding.

https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/editor/?tutorial=getStarted

I haven’t sorted log ins yet, but will look into this, this week. For now, you can create a program on here without having a log on. So have a play around.

If you click on the link at the top of the page which says ‘Tutorials’, it will give you some instructions on how to start using the program. For this week, just have fun playing around with it! J

 

Art

Piet Mondrian

This week, since we will be using rulers for our measuring activity, I thought it would be nice if we practiced a piece of art involving straight lines. If you have a look at the link below, you will see the type of pictures I’m thinking of.

https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/explore/who-is/who-piet-mondrian

I thought it would be really nice if we did something like the photo I post below of the Mondrian hearts!

 

You could either do your art onto an A4 page and then cut it into a heart when you’ve finished, or do it straight onto a heart shaped piece of paper.

You will want to use primary colours, yellow, red and blue, as in this photo. You can use black tape, or just black pen or paint for the lines.  Don’t forget to leave some of the spaces blank, so that they are white.

We would love to see photos of your art work. We will either print them off, or if this doesn’t quite work, hold onto them and when we are back at school, we can display them in class.

 

Health and Wellbeing

We would like to set an activity each week to do with our well being and keeping positive.

I think it’s safe to say that the past year and the start to this year hasn’t been the easiest time for any of us. It’s okay to feel a bit down in the dumps sometimes and there is a lot going on at the moment that is different to what we are used to. It’s rubbish that we can’t all be together in our class this half term, but it’s important we try to make the best of the situation we are in.

Your activity this week is to create your own ‘gratitude’ or ‘thankful’ jar.

I will upload this activity on a separate document

Keep an eye out for a spare jam jar or a tub for you to turn into your gratitude or thankful jar. Then everyday, I would like you to write on a tiny piece of paper, something that you are grateful for and pop it into your jar. The more you start noticing the good things that are happening in your life, the easier it is to keep positive. It may be that your sister let you borrow her toy and that made you feel grateful or thankful. I would like this activity to continue throughout the next month or so and hope it will give us some positive thinking time!

Please email us on the class email if you want to chat or need some help (Parents and Class 3 children) We really are all in this together and we are here to listen and help where we can.

 

French and Music

I’ve been setting all this home school work over this past week/weekend so that it’s ready to upload for Monday as I won't be around till Wednesday. I won’t be able to upload your Music or French learning for Monday when I upload all of this. However, Mrs Davies and I will be sorting out log ins etc. throughout the next week so we can do some of this from next week onwards.

(On the note of music…I always find a dance and sing along to my favourite song at home is a great pick me up if I’m feeling a bit sad! Eden and Finley and I spend hours dancing to the Disney channel on Youtube!! So, when you feel like you need cheering up, why don’t you ask a grown up to pop on your favourite song to sing and dance to! J)

 

PE

Last but not least, please make sure you are doing some daily exercising. This could be a Joe Wicks workout or a walk or run. It really does such a lot of good for keeping a positive frame of mind and it’s important to try and look after ourselves.

 

We would like to hear from you all at least once a week, either via the class webpage, blog or email.

 

Well….I think that’s all! This is all new to Mrs Davies and I but we’re learning quickly and hope we haven’t forgotten too much!

Please remember, any problems let us know via the email or the blog or class page. Mrs Davies is on duty on Tuesday in school and I am on duty on the Thursday so these days we will try our best to get back to you amongst teaching the key workers in school. The other days will be as usual, Mrs Davies on the laptop on the Monday and I will be available on Wednesday and Friday.

 

Take care everyone! Sending a virtual hug to you all! J

Mrs Musson xx

Week 1 Art Mondrian Hearts and Story Writing Picture

Homework

In case you've misplaced your book, here's a copy of your homework for the Christmas holiday: 

 

18.12.2020

Dear lovely Class 3,

 

You have all worked incredibly hard this past term and we are so very proud of you all! J

I do hope you have a lovely time this Christmas after the tricky year we have all had.

There are a few things I would like you to practice during your chocolate-filled Christmas holiday:

 

  1. We will be learning about multiplication and division in January so please practice your times tables. As well as making sure we all know the 2, 5 and 10 times tables, we will be practicing the 3, 4 and 8 times tables next term so it would be helpful to practice these too!
  2. As we have talked about in class, I have made you all a personal spelling list of 20 words from the various high frequency words and Year 3/4 Spelling tests we have done this term. These are 20 words that you need to practice from these tests. I have uploaded all of them to your Spelling Shed so, fingers crossed, you will see them when you log on and you can practice them lots.

This is something new we are trying in Class 3, and it takes a lot of time to set up, but if it works and you enjoy learning your spellings this way, it is something we can continue to do.

We will test each of you on these 20 words when you are back in January.

  1. Please try and read every day where possible. Reading is such an important skill, and it really does get easier when you practice lots.

Well done to those of you who reached the 20 reads challenge this month!

Your Christmas reading challenge for a yummy treat is to read 20 times by Monday 11th January, when Mrs Davies and Mrs Poole will check your reading records.

(Also, every time you read to someone at home and record it in your reading record you will earn a house point – so we’re looking forward to handing out lots of house points in January!)

 

Lastly, THANK YOU for all your gorgeous cards and Christmas treats! You are a wonderful class and I can’t wait to see you all again in January.

Have a wonderful and fun Christmas everyone!

Mrs Musson x

 

PS. If you are struggling to log onto Edshed, please let me know by emailing the class email and I will do what I can to sort it. 

End of term celebrations

Class 3 had a great Christmas party in class with lots of sweet treats and a film!

CLASS THREE

2020-2021

Remembrance Day 2020

Class 3 marked Remembrance Day in class by reciting the beautiful story, 'Where the Poppies Now Grow'. They also did some beautiful art work to accompany this. 

 

Go to the video resource centre below to watch the video. 

2019 - 20 Academic Year

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 6-07-20 and 13-07-20

 

Good morning Class 3!

 

I hope that you all had a good week last week and have enjoyed some of the home-learning activities. Thank you to everyone that sent through photos or videos of their 'Caves, arches, stacks and stumps' or longshore drift diagrams/models. I was particularly impressed by Chloe's model and video which I've uploaded to the Video Resource Centre on our website for you to see too (see the link at the top of this page)! Well done, Chloe!

 

Please find attached the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for the last couple of weeks! As the majority of you are coming in to school for a few days over the next 2 weeks, this plan is designed to cover the week that you are not in school at all. This would also be a great opportunity for you to catch up on some of the activities that you may have missed from previous weeks!

I'm really looking forward to seeing most of you for a few days and have some completely different activities for us to complete together in school, which I'm sure you'll enjoy!


If you're returning to school for a few days and would like to change your library book before the summer holidays, please remember to bring it in with you on the Thursday that you come into school.

 

I am hoping to upload an extra activity or two at the start of next week for those not returning to school at all before the summer. These activities will link to those that we are completing in school so that everyone can still feel involved!

I will also be putting together a final Home-Learning Gallery within the next couple of weeks so make sure you send over any photos that you want to be included!

 

I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you (children and parents!) for your incredible effort with the home-learning since the end of March. This is certainly not the way I expected this year to end but I have to say that you have been amazing and really stepped up to the challenge. I can't express how proud I am to be your teacher!

There will be a final update to this page in the last week of term, so make sure you look out for it!

 

Unfortunately, I will be unable to do as many 'live' sessions now that I'm back in school more, but I'll still be checking the class email and blog for messages regularly if you have any updates or questions!

 

I think that's it!

Have an awesome week,

 

Miss Runeckles xx

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 29-06-20

 

Hello Class 3!

 

I hope that you all managed to make the most of some of the lovely weather during last week. Thank to everyone who has already sent through their sea creature fact files and ocean layers models. If you haven't yet, please can you send your fact files over so that I can start putting them all together in a class book. I have been extremely impressed by all of the ocean layers models that I have seen so far - everyone has done it in different ways, which is brilliant!

 

Please find attached the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for the week!

 

I continue to be impressed by those children who have been active on EdShed over the past couple of weeks. They are continuing to do a brilliant job of keeping Class 3 at the top of the Spelling league, although there are some classes not far behind!

As a reward, I will be giving everyone who completes at least 1 activity on EdShed extra honeypots for them to spend on upgrading their avatar.

 

I will be checking the class email and blog for messages regularly, and I will be 'live' at particular times each week (please see below for this week's times).

Please continue to stay in touch and I'll reply as soon as possible.

 

I am in school on Friday this week and will be 'live' at the following times:

Tuesday 30th June: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Thursday 2nd July: 11:00pm - 1:00pm

 

Have a wonderful week!

Take care,

Miss Runeckles x

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 22-06-20

 

Good morning, Class 3!

 

Thank you to everyone that has sent through photos or an update over the past week or two. It's been lovely to see what you've all been getting up to and hearing how you've been getting on. You should find the new 'Home-Learning Gallery' below which is full of hard work and smiley faces!

 

Please find attached the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contain your home-learning for the week!

 

I have been very impressed by those children that have been active on EdShed over the past week or two. They've done an amazing job of keeping Class 3 at the top of the Spelling league, although Class 4 aren't far behind.

 

Class 5 even managed to get into the top 30 of the World Groups Maths league this weekend!

It would be brilliant to see a few more different children from Class 3 on here too and see if we can catch them up!

 

I will be checking the class email and blog for messages regularly, and I will be 'live' at particular times each week (please see below for this week's times).

Please continue to stay in touch and I'll reply as soon as I can.

 

I am in school on Friday this week and will be 'live' at the the following times:

Tuesday 23rd June: 11:00am - 1:00pm

Thursday 25th June: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

 

Have a terrific week!

Take care,

Miss Runeckles x

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 15-06-20

 

Hi Class 3!

 

Thank you to everyone that has been in touch over the past week. I am working through replying to you all so please bear with me!

It was lovely to see some of you last week whilst delivering the home-learning resource packs. If you haven't been in touch this term, please do - it would be great to hear from you!

 

Please find attached the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for this week!

 

I will be checking the class email and blog for messages regularly, and I will be 'live' at particular times each week (please see below for this week's times). Please continue to keep in touch - it's great to hear how you're doing - and I'll try to reply as soon as I can.

 

I am in school on Tuesday and Friday this week and will be 'live' for a few hours during the afternoon on Wednesday 17th June and Thursday 18th June.

 

Have a super week!

Take care,

Miss Runeckles x

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 8-06-20

 

Hi everyone!

 

There were a few delays in getting the last Home-Learning Gallery uploaded due to internet issues - not surprising when I realised there were over 100 photos trying to upload! Please do take the time to have a look through them all (even thought there are a lot). They certainly made my day, being able to see so many of the children enjoying themselves, learning and, most importantly, making positive, happy memories!

 

Also, a big thank you to all of you who have sent me a copy of the poems that you have been busy writing! You have all done a brilliant job and I can tell that you've thought carefully about your word choices to make sure that they are the best they can be.

 

On another note, please find attached the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for this week!

 

I will be checking the class email and blog for messages regularly, and I will be 'live' at particular times each week (please see below for this week's times). Please continue to keep in touch - I love hearing about how you're doing - and I'll try and reply as soon as possible.

 

I will be online at these times this week:

Wednesday 10th June: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Thursday 11th June: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

 

Have a wonderful week!

Take care,

Miss Runeckles x

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 1/06/20

 

Hi Class 3!

 

What amazing weather we've had over the past week! I hope you've been making the most of it over the half term break and are ready to go on another week of home-learning.

 

Please find attached the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for this week!

 

As I'm sure you already know, school is beginning to re-open to children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 this week. Although Year 3 are not back in school yet, I will be needed in school more often now to support the group of keyworkers' children.

I will be checking the class email and blog for messages regularly, but I may be unable to do as many 'live' sessions each week. Please continue to keep in touch over the next few weeks - I love hearing about how you're getting on - and I will try my best to reply as soon as I can.

 

I will be online at these times this week:

Tuesday 2nd June: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Thursday 4th June: 10:00am - 12:00pm

 

Please don't hesitate to get in contact - with a query or an update!

Have a fantastic week!

Miss Runeckles x

Half Term (w/c 25/05/20)

 

Hi everyone!

Thanks for all of your continued hard work over this past half term of home-learning. You've put in a lot of effort (parents and children!) and you've certainly made me proud to be Class 3's teacher during this time!

 

It's now the half term break so there is NO weekly home-learning plan or tasks for this week.

However, I have continued to set assignments on EdShed to keep those spellings, timestables and number skills ticking over.

Other than that, enjoy your week off - you've earned it!

 

On another note, I've FINALLY managed to upload more photos of what you've all been up to so feel free to take a look at those below. I hope they make you smile just as much as they made me smile!

 

Take care and enjoy the sunshine,

Miss Runeckles x

*UPDATE* - Saturday 23/05/20

 

There is an important new message on our Coronavirus page (the link for this page is below). Please read it and download our new policy which outlines the provision for children who are returning to school.

You should hopefully have received this by email. If you have not received this email, please update us with your current email address so that we can change it on our system.

 

Thank you and take care,

Miss Runeckles x

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 18/05/20

 

Hi everyone!

I hope you've had a lovely weekend. I've loved seeing the photos and videos that people are continuing to send through and the messages that people are leaving on the blog. It would be great to hear from a few more of the children on the blog, especially with some of the investigations and challenges set this week.

 

Thank you to those who have emailed me a copy of their story over the past 2 weeks. You should have completed these stories by now as we are moving into a different area of writing. If you haven't completed or emailed these, please do so by the end of this week where possible.

I'll also be updating this page with another Home-Learning gallery over the next day or two - so keep a look out!

 

It's hard to believe that we're halfway through the Summer term already!

There has been an update to our Coronavirus page over the weekend. This includes a copy of the email that you should have received from Richard over the weekend regarding the re-opening of school, etc. Please take the time to have a look.

 

On another note, please find the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for this week.

I will be checking the Class Blog and EdShed throughout the week. I will also be live on our Class Blog and email at certain times during the week so that I can support and answer queries when needed!

 

I will be online at these times this week:

Tuesday 19th May: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Wednesday 20th May: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Thursday 21st May: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

 

Please don't hesitate to get in contact - with a query or an update!

Keep being awesome!

Miss Runeckles x

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 11/05/20

 

Hi guys,

I hope you've enjoyed seeing the photos in our 2nd gallery as much as I did. It definitely made me smile to see all of the different things you've been doing!

It looks like people have begun to find their balance and some sense of routine now. The way home-learning works for each family is likely to be different and that's perfectly okay - maintaining your family's mental wellbeing is important too!

 

Hopefully, everyone has now received their new resources pack because you're going to need some of it this week! I'll also put copies of some of these resources for you to download if you need a spare.

On that note, please find the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for this week!

 

I will be checking the Class Blog and EdShed throughout the week. I will also be live on our Class Blog and email at certain times during the week so that I can support and answer queries when needed!

 

I will be online at these times this week:

Tuesday 12th May: 10:00am - 12:00pm

Wednesday 13th May: 11:00am - 1:00pm

Thursday 14th May: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

 

Please don't hesitate to get in contact - with a query or an update!

Keep up the amazing effort that you are putting in (children and parents!) - you are doing a brilliant job!

Miss Runeckles x

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 4/05/20

 

Hi everyone,

It's been great to hear from some more of you this week. I've had more photos sent through so I'll put them into another gallery over the next day or two so you can see what all of your friends have been up to, too!

 

I have put together a new home-learning printed resources pack which should be on its way to you. I will direct you (via our weekly home-learning plan) to which resources you will need from the pack each week. Some of these will also be uploaded in a digital format on our home-learning page in case you need another copy!

 

On that note, please find the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for this week!

 

I will be checking the Class Blog and EdShed throughout the week. I will also be live on our Class Blog and email at certain times during the week so that I can support and answer queries when needed!

 

I will be online at these times this week:

Tuesday 5th May: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Wednesday 6th May: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Thursday 7th May: 2:00pm - 4:00pm

 

On a final note, I have to say that I am really missing every single one of you, so hearing and seeing what you're getting up to really does make me smile!

Miss Runeckles x

* Update * - Friday 1st May 20

 

Hi everyone!

 

I hope you've all had fun getting on with this week's activities. I've loved seeing the photos of the baking and potion-making that some of you have sent in. The food looked yummy - the potions not quite so much!

 

I've now uploaded the 'Alphabet Lines Challenge' to our Home-Learning page for you to have a go at if you've already completed the 'Horizontal and Vertical Lines' art activity.

If you can't print the sheet, you can draw your own version of the Venn diagram and write the letters in.

 

Let me know how you get on via the 'LIVE' post on the blog later today (you can still comment on this post afterwards)!

Miss Runeckles x

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 27/04/20


Hi guys,

I hope you've enjoyed seeing some of the photos that I've shared on the Class Blog and here on the website. I have been very impressed by the mosaics that have been created over the past two weeks - it looks like everyone had fun!

As always, I'm more than happy for you to send through any work or other activities your child has been doing via our class email (which can be found at the top of this page)!

 

On another note, please find the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for this week. The Home-Learning plan layout is slightly different this week, but this should make it easier in the future!

 

I will be checking the Class Blog and EdShed throughout the week. I will also be live on our Class Blog and email at certain times during the week so that I can support and answer queries when needed!

 

I will be online at these times this week:

Tuesday 28th April: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Thursday 30th April: 10:00pm - 12:00pm

Friday 1st May: 12:00pm - 2:00pm

 

On a final note, I'd just like to say thank you for all of your hard work so far - you're doing great!

Miss Runeckles x

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 20/04/20


Hi everyone!

It was great to hear from a number of you last week - I particularly enjoyed seeing some of the unusual places to read. I'll be putting up photos of what people have been getting up to on here and the Class Blog page this week, so watch out! As always, I'm more than happy for you to send through any work or other activities your child has been doing via our class email (which can be found at the top of this page)!

 

If you haven't already, could you please drop me a message via the blog or email to let me know how you've been getting on.

 

On another note, please find the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for this week. I have also uploaded the answers for the Column Subtraction questions and Roman Numerals activities to last weeks downloads area for you to take a look at and see how you got on!

 

I will be checking the Class Blog and EdShed throughout the week. I will also be live on our Class Blog at certain times during the week so that I can support and answer queries when needed!

 

I will be online at these times this week:

Tuesday 21st: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Wednesday 22nd: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Friday 24th: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

 

Miss Runeckles x

Home-Learning - w/c Tuesday 14/04/20

 

Hi everyone, I hope you all managed to have some time out over the Easter break and are ready and raring to go with some home-learning again!

 

Please find the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for this week.

I will be live on our Class Blog at certain times during the week so that I can support and answer queries when needed!

 

I will be online at these times this week:

Tuesday 14th:  2:00pm - 4:00pm

Wednesday 15th: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Thursday 16th: 10:00am - 12 noon

 

Miss Runeckles x

Home-Learning - Mini-Project for the holidays (and beyond!)

 

Friday 3rd April

Hi guys,

 

Let me start by saying what an awesome job you have all been doing on EdShed over the past few days - we're 2nd for Spelling and 1st for Maths in our school! Keep up the incredible effort!

 

I have now finished putting together our mini-project - 'Musical Me!'

This project focuses on using a range of different skills across the curriculum, and should give you plenty of opportunities to use your imagination.

There are also plenty of opportunities to involve the whole family/household and to use your energy in a creative way. Hopefully, it will keep you out of trouble, too!

 

Your 'Musical Me!' mini-project, including all of the information you should need, can now be downloaded from our Home-Learning page (click on the link below!)

 

Have fun and I'm looking forward to seeing how you get on!

Miss Runeckles x

 

Monday 30th March

 

Hi everyone!

 

I hope that you are all staying safe and keeping yourselves busy. I have loved hearing from some of you this week and seeing how you've got on! I am extremely proud of how you have risen to the challenge of learning from home, and I am looking forward to speaking to you on the blog at times over the next few weeks.


The Easter Break has now begun (even though it may not feel like it!)

I am aware that this Easter Break will probably be different to the one that you had all initially planned. To help to give you all something else to focus on during this downtime, I am in the process of putting together a mini-project for you to work on. Hopefully, there'll be things for everyone to get involved in so you'll be able to work as a family/household on this project and make the most of this extra time together!

More details of this project will follow on here in a couple of days time - so watch this space!

 

In the meantime, your first task is to make sure that you keep your diaries, spellings and timestables ticking over. Well done to those of you who completed last week's EdShed tasks. Honeypot rewards are on their way to you - don't forget to use them to customise your avatars! New activities have been set on EdShed - please see the document below for more information!

 

Take care,

Miss Runeckles x

Friday 27th March - Quick Update:

A Free School Meals Scam is being e-mailed out. Please check our Coronavirus page for more information (the link is below).

Home-Learning - w/c Monday 23/03/20

 

Thanks for your patience this morning! I hope you've managed to enjoy seeing the sunshine this weekend!

 

Please find the link below which will take you to the section of the Class 3 page that contains your home-learning for the week.

I will be live on our Class Blog at certain times during the week so that I can support and answer queries when needed!

 

I will be online at these times this week:

Tuesday:  1:00pm - 3:00pm

Wednesday: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Thursday 1:00pm - 3:00pm

 

Miss Runeckles x

School Closure

 

The children were sent home with another newsletter this afternoon detailing the latest information we have about the school closure. You may have been emailed a copy of this letter this evening if your child was not in school today. Alternatively, you can find the newsletter on the Coronavirus section of the website.

Keeping in contact

 

Each class now has their own blog page which we will be using to keep in contact with parents and children. Here you will be able to comment on any posts that teachers have left in the Class Three blog page. Today, we have shown the children how to use the blog and we have also given them their log-in details for this. If your child was not in school today, then these details are being posted to you. If you have any trouble logging in, please get in touch.

 

If you feel you need to contact me directly , please email me via my class email:   class3@bradworthy.devon.sch.uk

We will be communicating with parents and children via the blog and emails, and so I will no longer be able to answer any queries on other platforms.

 

Here is the link for the school blog:

Children's Home-Learning

 

Today, children have been sent home with a 'Home-Learning' pack which contains some basic resources and log-in information for online access to games and blogs, etc. If your child was not in school today, then these packs are being posted to you. We will begin to add some home-learning activities/tasks to these Class pages on Monday, including any links or resources they may need.

I plan to be available at particular times during the week to answer questions and comments via the class blog. I will let you know more details about these timings on Monday.

Thank you for your patience, kind words and support this week!

Miss Runeckles x

March 2020

 

Class 3 have been busy learning about The Romans. We have begun to explore the spread of the Roman Empire and some of the possible reasons why they wanted to expand their rule.

 

We have also got stuck into discovering the role that the Roman Army played in the expansion of the Roman Empire! Using our own Roman shield designs, we re-enacted some of the Roman Army formations and even learnt about what happened to soldiers who did not follow the rules! We had a great time and worked well together in our 'legions'.

 

Take a look at some of our awesome formations below!

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