Home Learning for 3EF 6th October 2020
All children have access to both Sumdog and Bug Club. Here they will find daily maths challenges and books to read at their reading level where they can complete comprehension tasks which we can mark in school.
Children also brought home a learning pack with them from school on Tuesday 6th October which can be downloaded below if you would like to acces it online.
Further maths activities:
Please access the videos on White Rose Maths page. These will work through the addition and subtraction skills the children would have been working on in school this week. Please pause the videos as you go through and ask the children to work through the tasks. This can be completed on the back of the maths sheets we sent home if you are short of paper. We will recap this when they return to school on Friday.
Please ensure your child is completing their learning at home during isolation, and email their work in for Miss Finch to mark in school to 3EF@castle.emat.uk
If you have any other questions, please also email the above email address and Miss Finch will get back to you asap during school hours.
Joining Hands - Autumn 2020
This term, our Joining Hands workshop will be taking place right here on our website!
The focus for this term is Reading as it is such a big priority for us here at Castle Academy. Please take a look at the videos below. The first introduces you to our English leader, Mrs Hemming, who has an important message for you and the second video shows a teacher modelling how you can read with your child.
Click here to see special notices and further material on what VIPERS are and how to support your child with their reading.
Letters from your child's Year 3 teacher:
Please click on your child's teachers name to download a letter for your child from their current class teacher, which will tell them whose class they are in next year. You can then go to the Year 3 page to see a video which has been recorded by their new teacher!
Watch our welcome videos below for our new Year 3 pupils!