Welcome to Kestrel class 2021-2022!
Class Teacher: Miss S Karkanevatou
PPA Cover: Mrs M Humphreys( Tue am)
Teaching Partner: Mrs A Blakey
Update: It's been a great first week for Kestrel class! We have started to bond as a team, did some fantastic writing using our senses and remembered place value! Really proud of all of you :)
Week 13th-17th Sep
Maths: Place value
English: Descriptive passage, letter of advice.
Music: Let Your Spirit Fly
Computing: Inside of a computer
Science: Plants recap
PSHE: Being Me in My World
Things to remember: Homework books (Mon), Water bottles (Mon, home Fri), Reading books and records (every day with at least 3 adult signatures by the end of the week), PE (Mon), Year 3 have scooterbility , 5 ways to wellbeing workshop on Tue am.
This week we start our forest school sessions. We ask that children have clothing that covers legs and arms due to brambles etc. You may wish to bring in a change of shoes as well, depending on the weather.
If your child needs to change, please put the clothing in a bag. We will have time before the session.
Please note: if your child is wearing school uniform jumpers/cardigans and trousers they will not need to get changed.
I hope you had a spectacular summer and are now ready to return to school for an exciting year 3! I can't wait to see your faces and hear everything you have to share with the class after the summer break!
For the first couple of days back, we will spend some time getting to know one another and settling back into the school routine. We will talk about feeling safe, create our class rules and build our team skills! We will start our usual subjects from Wednesday.
See you soon!
Maths: Place Value
English: We will start exploring the amazing book 'Leon and the place Inbetween.'
Geography: What is Geography the study of?
Art: Self portraits
French: Wednesday with Madame Edwards
Things to remember: Homework will go out on a Wednesday and needs to return to school on Monday. PE is on Monday so please come to school in your PE kit. Please try and read with your child and sign their record at least three times a week. Reading records and books should come into school every day.