Week Beginning 16th March 2020
During these difficult times, we, as a school, are doing our very best to ensure your child's education continues as normally as is possible - even if they are having to stay home from school. To that end, we have put a pack of resources onto class pages for you to print off and for your children to work through. From next week (week beginning 23rd March 2020) children will be set daily online learning tasks on Purple Mash which they are expected to complete and return for marking and this has already been explained to them at school. Please check our school website regularly - as well as your emails and text messages - for any further updates.
Welcome to 3M's class page!
Here you can keep up to date with everything we've been busy doing in school, any class updates and access to learning resources from home.
We’ve had an extra busy week this week in 3M!
From anti-bullying week, to children in need day 2019, we took part in some fantastic activities.
We started the week by discussing bullying and what we can do to prevent bullying at Meadowhead. We developed our own #ChooseKindness display which we will be using daily to identify when children have shown acts of kindness. Pudsey paid us a visit at the end of the week to celebrate our efforts at raising money for children in need. We are pleased to announce that as a school we have raised over £500, thank you for your efforts!
In addition to all these activities, we’ve been busy in all of our lessons too. In Maths, we’ve been looking at multiplication. We began the week creating arrays to represent multiplication, before using the skills to solve multiplication calculations using practical and written methods.In English we were introduced to our new class novel Stig of the dump, it’s fair to say that the children are going to enjoy this one! Over the coming weeks will be looking at the book in more detail with the vision of creating our own version of Stig of the Dump.
In history, we explored some real Stone Age artefacts and use these to make predictions and assumptions about what life in the early Stone Age was like.
Check out some of this weeks pictures…
This week we’ve been as busy as ever. We continued looking at our class novel- Stig of the dump-we are really enjoying the story! We’ve been busy sequencing the key events and have created our own story maps.We also looked at the characters from the story and how we could use these to develop our own characters for a new story! In Maths, we’ve been learning to tell the time as well as solve problems involving passage of time. It’s been tricky, but we’re getting there! We are spending lots of time rehearsing for our Christmas production which we hope you will all join us for. Take a look at some of the pictures below...