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Meadowhead Junior School

High Aspirations Bright Future


Welcome To Year 3F


Our class teacher is Mr. France and our SSAs are Miss Muhammed and Mrs Horman.

Superstar Award Friday 12th March 2021

Lockdown 3


It's with great sadness that on 03/01/2021 we learned that the school would be closed for a new lockdown. During the last term, I was truly impressed with the progress all children had made despite the setback of the last lockdown. Although the last term was difficult, with its host of new precautions to keep children safe, through working together I was impressed by the way staff, parents/carers and pupils managed to foster a welcoming, reassuring and inclusive environment that successfully promoted learning for all.


So here we are again, and we have to work together to make the best of it. Home learning will be delivered daily, five days a week, to provide children with support from home. Most learning will be delivered using Purplemash in conjunction with other sources (detailed in the class timetable). We suggest all children and parents/carers try to stick with the timetable as best they can because we firmly believe that children benefit from having that structure. 

Whilst the coming weeks may be difficult for us all, I am confident that through working together, we can all achieve the best outcomes for pupils. Remember that this is a learning curve for us all, parents/carers, pupils and teachers and please be confident that if you reach out for assistance from us, we will do all we can to help.

Stay safe,


Mr. France.
07551767855 (working hours please).

Home learning timetable

We have been looking at the sculptures of Barbara Hepworth. In this lesson we drew pictures of her sculptures and then designed our own in her style.



Homework is now being sent home weekly. It is set on a Friday to be completed by Wednesday the following week. Each half-term children are given a new homework grid and are asked to complete a task from each grid every week.


Home reading


Many children have now been given home reading books. They are encouraged to read every night (preferably with an adult) and they don't just have to read books sent home from school, they can read books of there choice at home as well. When children have read a book, they are encouraged to complete the Accelerated Reader test for it and are then given a word count and score (as long as they pass each test). Whilst all of school's books have an allocated test, there is a possibility that books that you have at home might do also. Therefore, we encourage children to complete tests on all they read whenever possible. 



PE takes place on every Tuesday and Thursday. At the moment, all PE is taking place outside. Therefore we ask that if the day begins with a T, children come in appropriate clothes.