All year three reports have now been emailed out to parents and carers (10.07.20).
If you haven't received your child's report or you have a problem opening the document, please contact us via Year3 email.
We have set these writing activities as an alternative for the final week.
If you wanted to continue with the LSP planning (Oak Academy English and afternoon lessons) you can still find all the resources below along with the weekly timetable and maths.
Monday and Tuesday
Beautiful writing - 2 days.
We would love for you to spend the first 2 days of the week writing about what ever you like!
You could write a story, diary entry, newspaper report or information page.
Your new teachers would really like to see a piece of your best writing so take your time with it!
We would also love to see how your writing has changed and improved over lock down.
Please ask a parent or carer to take a photo and email to the year 3 email address.
Follow these top tips and reminders to help!
1. Plan what you are going to write
Spend about 20 - 30 minutes writing out a rough plan.
2. Make it exciting!
Think about all of the English skills we have developed in year 3 and use as many as you can!
Remember! We would like to see your BEST writing which means your neatest handwriting too.
4. Decorate it
When you finish your writing, you could add pictures to illustrate what you have written.
Stuck for ideas?
Use one of the images from the website to help get you started.
Wednesday - Friday
My year - diary activity
We are hoping to see lots of you at BJS on Wednesday! We have some exciting activities planned for the day and you will get a chance to meet your new teachers.
On the days you are not with us, we would love you to spend the last few days of term on a small diary project all about your time in year 3.
You could present it in an interesting way (eg. as a timeline, like a scrap book) Think learning log!
You could include;
You could include photos and drawings to make your diary look bright, colourful and exciting.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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