Colin the Candleby Caterpillar has arrived!
We would like to create our very own caterpillar outside CCLS. To be part of this, you need to decorate a stone (be as creative as you like!). Then add your stone to Colin the Candleby Caterpillar which will be looping around the fence at the front of CCLS.
Welcome Back - Return to School Video
Follow the link below to the Covid-19 Information page to find a video to show you what school will look like if you are returning as a child of a Key Worker or returning year group.
Dear Parents and Carers,
While school is closed we know you will be keen to support your children to continue their learning and want you to know that we will be here every day to support you with activities and fun ideas. Please check this page regularly as we will updating it for Maths, Reading, Writing, Science and Wider Curriculum on a weekly basis.
Home Learning will take a slightly new format from after the Easter break:
- Practice - this is an opportunity for your children to practice their current skills.
- Maths - TTR, Numbots, Maths Factor (Active Learn) and Hit the Button
- Reading - Bug Club reading books (Active Learn), Lexia (if your child has an account)
- Writing - SPAG Bug Club (Active Learn)
- Learn - this is new learning which will be updated weekly
- Maths - White Rose video then complete the activity sheet or the 2Do on Purple Mash
- Reading - Read the chapters on Purple Mash & complete the quiz
- Writing - Complete the writing 2Do on Purple Mash - this links with your reading job
- For all subjects in the 'explore' section you will find something additional for your children if they would like it! It could be a Maths investigation, a 5 Star sentence or a Reading challenge...
In Science and Wider Curriculum, you will find a suggestion of some activities that link to the learning we would have done at school. Hopefully these are activities which you might be able to have fun with during family time
As ever, we would love children to be reading at least three times a week as well as practising their spellings. We will be looking at your child’s work each day and, whenever possible, we will provide feedback and keep in regular contact. We would love to hear from your child to find out how they are doing. Perhaps they could send a postcard to school or an email to us?
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at all!
We wish you all the very best at this difficult time and please remember that we are always here to support you in whatever way we can.
The Year 3 Team