Have another AMAZING week!
Hello Third Class! I cannot BELIEVE that we are already halfway through June! There is now only two weeks left of school before the summer break, so we need to make these last teo weeks count!
This week is the first week of Active Fortnight in our school. I'm really excited about this one, because Sports Day is always so much fun. Even though we cannot be in school for Sports Day, there's LOADS of fun activities available on the Active Fortnight page. I cannot wait to hear what you all think of it, and you can send us in photos and videos too if you want! There is even a special video that lots of the staff members took part in, look closely and see who you can spot!
Your activites from me will be posted on Seesaw, so keep your eyes peeled for those! Keep up the fantastic work everyone, you are all doing a brilliant job and I am so proud of you!
Have another AMAZING week!
Hello Third class! I cannot believe that we are already into the second week of June! Time really flies when you’re having fun. I miss you all, and I can’t wait to see some of your faces in the class zoom calls this week. It will be brilliant to see you and chat to you!
This week in school is the second week of diversity fortnight. There will be lots more fun activities to do with your families this week, so keep an eye on the Diversity fortnight web page to take part - you can find them here.
Try your best with your home learning this week. I know that it can be hard to concentrate at home, but you have been doing AMAZING work and you should be so proud of yourselves! If you are finding anything tricky or confusing, leave a comment on Seesaw to let us know, and we will help you!
I would like you to try this guided meditation for relaxation and calmness. I think we all need to take a few minutes to focus on our breathing and practice mindfulness.
I will be posting extra activities on seesaw, so keep a lookout for those! I have loved seeing your creative and cool ways of responding to all of the activities, so keep up the great work. I hope you all have a brilliant week!
Hi third class! I hope you all had a fantastic bank holiday weekend, and made the most of your extra day off from schoolwork! The weather was absolutely amazing, so hopefully you all got a chance to go outside for a while and enjoy it.
Your work for this week is up on the home learning page as always, with some interesting new topics to learn all about! You have been doing such brilliant work on Seesaw, so keep up the great efforts this week. We are so glad to hear that you have been enjoying it, and there’s more activities up on Seesaw this week!
This week is also part of diversity fortnight at Citywest ETNS, so be sure to check out some of the fantastic activities on this page.
In exciting news, last week I discovered a robin’s nest in my back garden! There are five chicks in the nest, and it is amazing watching them grow. I’ve put up some pictures so you can see them too, I’ll keep you updated! They hatched last Wednesday, and have already grown so much! Don’t worry, all of these photos are zoomed in, I did not get too close to the nest. Look closely!
In your learning this week, you have a cool art project, and will also be revising time in maths. If you need any more explanation or help, you can always leave a message for us on seesaw or submit a message. Here are a few things to help you in maths this week:
I hope you all had a wonderful weekend and were able to enjoy some time outside, even though the weather was a bit all over the place! I hope you are all doing well and are ready for another great week! I would love to know what you have been getting up to, you can always let me know through this page, or a message on seesaw!
Your work for this week is uploaded onto the term 3 home learning page like always, and lots of the activities for this week can be completed on seesaw. I cannot wait to see all of your great work, you have sent in some AMAZING work so far - keep it up!
In maths this week, you will be learning about capacity. There are lots of things to help you learn about capacity on the home learning page, but you can always ask us for extra help if you need it! The picture below just shows you the relationship between litres and millilitres, which will be very helpful for some of your maths exercises!
The activity I am assigning you this week is one that you will need to really think outside the box for! Your boats last week were FANTASTIC, so I can’t wait to see what you come up with! In the picture below, a drawing has been started, and it is up to you to finish the drawing! However, it is not a butterfly, so use your imagination to fill in the rest! This activity is going to be up on seesaw too so you can fill it in there, or copy the design onto a piece of paper and send me a photo of what you come up with!
I hope you all had a wonderful weekend, and that you’re ready for another great week! Your work for this week is up on the Term 3 home learning page, and as always, you can send me a message on seesaw or through this page if you need any extra help with any of the activities.
This week is the first week of Language fortnight, and there are going to be lots of fun activities that you can try at home, you can check these out here.
For this week, I am giving you a challenge of designing and making a boat! I would LOVE to see your attempts, I will put the instructions below, and you can submit me your photos here. I am also going to put this activity on seesaw, so you can upload your pictures and designs there. I can’t wait to see!
I also think that we could all benefit from taking some time to meditate and have a mindful moment. I have been really enjoying guided meditations lately to help me relax, so here is a great one for you to try!
I hope you all had a great weekend, and that you are ready for another great week! It has been wonderful to see some of your hard work on seesaw, you are doing brilliantly. Your work for this week is on the term 3 home learning page. It is also week 2 of well-being fortnight, and you can see the activities for the week on this page! If you have any questions, or are finding anything tricky, or just have something you would like to send in, you can always contact me on this page.
In maths this week, you are doing division. Some of you might find this a bit tricky, so take at look at these to help you! Remember, the most important thing is that you try your best. If you need any more help, just let me know!
Hi Third Class!
I hope you all had a lovely weekend, and made the most of the extra time to relax, and enjoyed the brilliant weather we had!
Your work for this week is up on the Term 3 home learning page, with lots of interesting activities to do. This week is also the start of Well-being Fortnight in the school, and all of the different activities can be found on this page.
You are learning about persuasive writing this week. Check out this video of Simon, a child giving a TEDtalk about why children need yard time.
I would like you to watch the video, and decide if you agree or disagree with him, and write 3 reasons why you think yard time is important or not important. You can send these to me!
As this week is part of well-being fortnight, it is so important that you are all looking after yourselves and being kind to yourselves and your families. Take a look at this picture for ideas of what you can do if you need a mindful moment or just to relax!
I hope you all had a lovely weekend. I have been keeping busy by baking, reading, and chatting on zoom to some of my friends and family. I have also been learning Spanish whilst we are off school on Duolingo, it’s brilliant! I’m going to try and practise everyday that we are off school, at the moment I have practised 36 days! It is good to set yourself little challenges to keep yourself busy, this could be learning your favourite Tiktok dance, or how to count to 10 in a new language. They are great for your brain, and you will feel so proud if you complete your goal!
I have made a 7 day positivity challenge for third class, you can see all the different days down below. Let me know if you try any of the days, I would love to hear from you!
Your activities for this week are up on the April home learning page. As always, if you are finding anything too tricky, you can send any of us a message and we will try to help. All that matters is that you try your best.
Wishing you all another great week!
Hi everyone! I hope you and your loved ones are all safe and well. I am sad that I won’t be able to see your happy faces this week and listen to your stories about the school holidays, but I really hope you all enjoyed the break and did some fun things..
I had a very relaxing time! I read lots of books, watched lots of movies, spent time chatting to friends, and spent a lot of time out exploring my local area on walks with Misty and Molly, we found some really cool places so close to us! Did any of you find any exciting places near you? Here are some of the places we explored - we even saw a hedgehog, but luckily Misty didn’t try to chase it!
Your work for this week will be up on the April Home Learning page. Do not get too stressed about the work, do what you can. If you are finding anything confusing and would like some help, or would like to share some of the work you have done with me, you can send me a message on this page. I’d love to hear from you.
When you are not doing schoolwork, I’ve added a few ideas below for activities you can do to pass some time! The most important thing to remember is to be kind to yourself and those around you.
You are revising your multiplication tables in maths this week, and focusing on number patterns and sequences. Here are some things that you might find useful. Remember, the most important thing is that you try your best!
Hello everyone, it’s Aisling here! I really miss going into school and seeing you all, I hope you are all doing well. During this time away from school, it is really important that you are showing kindness and love to yourself and to others. I have made a list of ideas for you to try, scroll down to see them!
My card to all of you!