The Class Teacher for Year 3 is Miss Reed
Class 3 is the year group when children take their first step into key stage 2.
Over the course of the year the children are taught to become more independent in the way that they learn. They are challenged further within their literacy and math's and encouraged to make links within their learning across all areas of the curriculum.
The children will have their PE session on a Friday afternoon
Whilst the school is closed to most children, Miss Reed working from home to deliver quality remote learning for children in Class 3.
The time table above gives families an idea of the learning plan for each day. It is recommended by the government that children should be spending between 3-4 hours on learning at home each day. Not all of this will be delivered through live teaching. Some lessons will be videoed and posted onto the year 3 Google Classroom page and some learning will be set as activities for children to do as independently as possible.
We appreciate that some families are having to fit remote learning around others and working commitments. We have tried to make all of the timetabling as flexible as possible so that you can log on when you can and access most learning to fit around your own busy lives.
It is really important that children engage with literacy and math's each day , spending approx. 1 hours on each. The afternoon activities focus on foundation subjects which children should engage with for an hour a day. In addition to this Children should be engaging in independent reading for 30mins a day as well as working on spellings and times tables.
Teachers are available on Google Classrooms daily to offer support and help for children. This can be done through messaging, small group and 1:1 online meetings. The school has also opened up access to Accelerated Reader so that children can complete reading quizzes at home. Click on the Remote Learning link on this page to find the URL link for Accelerated Reader.
Due to the current COVID pandemic, the school is closed to all children except for those whos parents are Critical Workers and vulnerable children.
Learning has now moved online. St Anne's uses Google Classroom as its main tool in delivering online learning to children.
Please click on the link below if you require more information about accessing Google Classrooms or how to request ICT equipment at home.