Wycliffe CE Primary School

ALL DIFFERENT - ALL EQUAL

Saltaire Road, Shipley, BD18 3HZ | Tel: 01274 584779

Wycliffe CE Primary School Tree

Sycamore Class

Sycamore Teacher: Miss C Furniss       TA: Mrs C Smith

Goodbye from Miss Furniss

CBS Sports Coaching – Sports Camps Summer 2020 – Key Stage 2

SYCAMORE CLASS – A message for you from Miss.Furniss – click here

Maths quiz by Miss Furniss – click here

Pairs of 10 – Miss Furniss

Egg carton multiplication

Card Game 24 – Miss Furniss 

True or False?

A message and poem from Miss Furniss

Story time with Miss Furniss

Contractions game with Miss Furniss

How to make an Origami Booklet

Help for emotional well-being 1

Help for emotional well-being 2

Week of 13th July – Y3  learning

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Week of 6th July – Y3  learning

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Week of 29th June – Y3 learning

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Kanga Sports Day


Talk for Writing – Y3

Y3 Activity Book

Y3 Activity Book Answers

Get creative with classical music

White Rose Maths 11.05.2020

Online Phonics lessons

Virtual Voice Trials for Bradford Cathedral

Y3 – Unit Talk for Writing

25 Fun Maths Activities and Games

ART

Easter Story – KS1

Home Learning Pack

Useful websites

Useful activities to do at home

Writing Challenges

National Literacy Trust – Family Zone

Handwriting Guide

Twinkl:

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This year we are going to study a variety of exciting topics such as ‘The Early Man’, ‘Angry Earth’, and many others. The half- termly topics will underpin their learning throughout the curriculum in Maths, English as well as the foundation subjects to ensure your child will have an in depth understanding in all areas.

Alongside our academic skills, we will take time to reflect and further develop our emotional understanding. In PSHCE we will study health and well-being, healthy relationships and the wider world.

The transition from Year 2 to Year 3 can be a huge step for your child. There are several new skills your child will develop over the year, but they won’t be expected to master them all at once! Your child will be expected to develop a sense of independence and take more responsibility for organising themselves, for example by remembering to bring their reading books and PE kits to school on the relevant days. We encourage you to support your child to establish routines that enable them to independently manage their homework, spellings and reading.

As your child’s teacher I aim to create a safe, caring and inspiring environment for your child to flourish and develop a love for learning! I am sure that we will have a successful year and thank you in advance for your support. Please do not hesitate to come and speak to me if you have any questions or concerns.

Miss Furniss

P.E Days – Tuesday & Friday

 

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