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Welcome to Picasso - Year 3!
We are a group of fun, excited and motivated 7 and 8 year olds,
with our teacher Miss Church and our LSAs Mrs Lewis-Nelson and Miss Iamsamang.
As the weather is getting brighter and beautiful Spring is in the air, our love of outside learning is very clear! Our love of laughter keeps us happy and engaged too.
Our concept this term is unity. We will be exploring what this means to us, how we show it and the impact this concept can have on our daily lives at home and at school. We will be considering the short story Bela by Mia Hadrill to start our enquiries. Every week, we continue to learn a greeting from a different country to remind us that we show unity across the globe too. This concept is really important currently, because our lives are still quite different.
RE learning focusses on Understanding Christianity – God and Incarnation. This topic includes exploring the Holy Trinity, enquiring into the symbolism of water and writing our own Grace.
Unity is our key concept evident in our other areas of learning. We are linking the season of spring with our Science topic: plants. We will be investigating different growing conditions and also thinking about key parts of plants. Colour mixing will be the main focus of our Art learning. In Geography, unity will be shown as we use atlases to study our continent of Europe. Both P.E. units embrace the good weather: running for athletics and cricket for our Games session. Using PurpleMash’s 2Code, children will explore the world of programming in our computing lessons. E-safety will cover the importance of writing appropriate emails. We are thoroughly enjoying our fun French learning and this term’s emphasis is on fruit and food. I will be dusting off my dancing shoes for our Music topic, Bringing Us Together, which centres of fun disco music.
Stage One is short term Remote Education Support (RES) as most families who are awaiting Covid 19 test results are off for 2 to 3 days.
Below you will find:
We would expect that if the child is not symptomatic that this work will be completed. If your child is poorly, we would ask you to make the judgement as to what you feel they can or can’t do.