Mrs. K. Clayton
What do I need to remember?
Monday - Reading Record check (a minimum of 3 entries per week)
P.E. kit - indoor
Tuesday - Library visit
Wednesday - ICT and Art in the afternoon.
Thursday - P.E. kit - outdoor
Friday - Spelling and Maths homework is due in today.
Don't forget to practice your times tables and do some reading every day!
Homework - Weekly Tasks
Reading - Read for 10 minutes every day
Try to ask and answer questions about the book you have read.
Timestables - 5 minutes per day
Spellings - Look Cover Write Check sheet
Writing - Sentences about a picture (occasionally)
Maths sheet - This is a mixed bag of maths questions.
(Please see Mrs Clayton if you require any help with the method s)
What are we learning this half term?
Click on the document below to see!
News Report from York Press 16th December 2014
CHILDREN at New Earswick Primary School welcomed a real life pirate into their school this week.
The Year 3 class have spent the last term learning about pirates, and to mark the end of the theme class teacher Kirsty Clayton managed to track down a genuine pirate to talk to the pupils about his life on the high seas.
On Tuesday, pirate captain Hughes and his parrot Ainsley dropped into the school for a hot seat question and answer session and a quiz with students.
The children grilled the captain on his experiences onboard ship, asking him about day to day life, the punishments he had faced while at sea, whether he has ever walked the plank, and the countries he has visited.
After some songs with Captain Hughes and Ainsley, the children then tackled a quiz on flags of the world.
"It was a great way to have some fun, and get some good learning in, at the end of term," Mrs Clayton said.
Our Class Pet
In Class KC we have a biorb with some Zebra Danios. Sometimes we need to do a bit of fundraising to help pay for the filter replacement cartridge and fish food. The last idea the children had was a book exchange. It is helping them develop their enterprise skills!
Pupils in Year 3 learn how to be safe pedestrains through training with York city council road safety experts. Please help your child to keep safe by reminding them of expected behaviour and to always...
STOP, LOOK, AND LISTEN!
Young Enterprise Day