Bore da pawb!
We hope that you have had a nice weekend. We are very excited for our learning this week, as we will be starting a new topic! Well done for your fantastic work on ‘Our Local Area in Wales.’ I am looking forward to printing out more of your work and displaying it in class. 🏴If you have done work on paper, please keep this safe for when we are back at school next week.
Our new topic is ‘The Celts.’
Today, there is a special video message on our Google Classroom for you to watch. You will then be thinking about what you would like to find out about the Celts. We will be learning about Celtic life, how they lived and what their homes were like and how much they liked to fight! We will compare our homes to the homes that the Celts lived in – I wonder which you would prefer to live in?! Our Feel Good Friday activity will be some Celtic Knot drawing.
In Maths this week, we will be subtracting using the frog method (counting up). 🐸 We will also begin to learn how to find fractions of shapes.
Our phonic focus this week will be ‘ire.’
On Wednesday this week, we will have a meet using Zoom. This will give us all a chance to see each other, in preparation for returning to school next week. I will post the Meeting ID and password on our Google Classroom stream for you. If you are using a laptop/computer/ chrome book, you can simply search for Zoom using an Internet browser. You can then click ‘Join meeting’ and put in the details from our stream. If you are using a tablet or phone, it may be easier to download the Zoom app which should be free. There will be a website update later today from Mrs Hodkinson about emailing in agreement of our rules – Please check the website for this later and reply as suggested. Unfortunately, without this, pupils will not be able to participate. It will be lovely to have as many of our Year 3 pupils taking part as possible!
Please remember that we are there on Google Classroom to help you should you need it. We look forward to a new week of learning together.
Mrs Burgess, Miss Powell and Mr K.
Bore da pawb!