English – Friday 17th July 2020
Well done for making it to Friday! You have officially come to the end of Year 3! Can I just start by thanking each and every one of you for all of your hard work and dedication this year! You have all made unforgettable memories for Mrs Karban and I, and we feel very lucky to have had the privilege of teaching each and every one of you!
To finish the week (and year) off I would like you to create an image that summarises this school year up for you. It could be a collage with lots of different memories all combined together, or an image of a single memory. It is completely up to you. Please do send your artwork to us as we would love to upload them all onto the class pages as a final collage of the year.
Maths - Friday 17th July 2020
Friday at last and I just wanted to say, like Miss Thomas did above, what a fantastic year group you have been. I feel so lucky that next year I will still be able to continue to work with you amazing group of children. It has been a memorable year, not only for the last few months but for all the things we did in school, and for all the funny moments that as a year group we shared. It has been wonderful to get to know you all 3K as individuals and a real joy to see you grow from the Year 2s that you started Year 3 as to the Year 4s which you are about to become. 3T, I am so looking forward to getting to know you and creating so many more memories with you next year. Well done too on all the maths you have completed this year. What a fantastic effort! Thank you all in Year 3.
For the maths today, if you can, go on a walk with an adult who is caring for you. Put on a pair or imaginary maths goggles and try to see everything from a mathematical viewpoint. Discuss it with the adult you are with and ask some mathematical questions. These do need need to be answered now but all mathematicians ask mathematical questions, all of the time. If you create any collages of pictures, as I did yesterday, Miss Thomas and I would love to see them. We could even look at them next year in class and challenge others to see them with their mathematical goggles on!
Enjoy your summer break.