We are 3C!
Welcome to 3C. Our class teacher is Ms Catchpole and our learning support assistant is Ms Diboe.
In 3C, we love learning and adopt a growth mindset; always trying the best that we can. We respect each other, we love to laugh and we are quick to say sorry if we make a mistake.
We have PE on Wednesdays and Thursdays with Mr McGoverin and Ms Catchpole. Full PE Kit must be brought in a bag on these days- white top, black/blue shorts or tracksuit bottoms and trainers.
Handwriting & Spelling
At the beginning of each half-term, children are sent home with a spelling and handwriting booklet. There is a list of spellings to practise each week, which will be tested on a Fridays.
Children should also complete their handwriting sheet each week. If you would like further handwriting sheets, do ask Ms Catchpole.
*If children have high-frequency words in the back of their pack, these should also be practised regularly.
Websites and Applications
TTRS- earn coins by practising your times tables. You can battle your classmates or even your teacher!
Reading+/Bug Club- these apps both support children's reading and comprehension. There is no need to use both- if you are unsure which your child should be on, ask Ms C.
Hit the Button- build mathematical fluency with quick-fire questions on number bonds, halves, doubles etc.
Vocabulary Ninja- Visit games.vocabularyninja.co.uk/ for fun games to boost vocabulary
Teach your Monster to Read- For early reading/phonics skills only.
Every child should have a log-in card with their passwords for TTRS/Reading+/Bug Club. Let Ms C know if you need another
We love reading in 3C! Not only does reading help develop our language and communication skills, but it also inspires creativity, improves focus and reduce stress.
Children read regularly through daily reading sessions, English lessons, 1:1 reading and when researching topics such as the Romans or the Human Body! We are currently really enjoying our class novel- 'The Infinite'.
Reading for a short time each night with your child will really help them make the best progress possible. Children should bring in their bookbag and reading record daily for the teacher to see.