Welcome to Year 3!
The class teachers in Year 3 are Mrs Hodgson and Mrs Leech. We are both experienced teachers who jobshare the class. Mrs Leech teaches for the first half of the week and Mrs Hodgson for the second half of the week. We work together as a close team and both have a passion for teaching.
In year 3 we like to have fun whilst learning and becoming more independent throughout the year. We love finding out about the world, maths, PE and of course art!
Here you will find everything that you need for our class including our current topics, additional homework tasks, spellings and helpful web sites and information about what we've been up to.
The adults working in the class are:
Mrs Leech (Class teacher Mon, Tue, Wed)
Mrs Hodgson (Class teacher Wed, Thur, Fri)
Mrs Bellamy (Teaching assistant)
We are always happy to help and hope that learning in our class is fun and friendly.
We will be using BBC Supermovers to help us learn and consolidate our knowledge of times tables. The children will have lots of fun practising their tables along with perfecting some interesting moves....!
There are other programmes to use on this website which relate purely to KS2, English, Mathematics, PSHE too.
We have had a fantastic first day at Tattenhall. We started the day in the art studio creating artwork using recycled waste. Then we had a quiz outside followed by some free time exploring the grounds. We then had a lot of fun playing charades in the drama studio before tea. After tea we got to do some team building games with John our Education officer. John then taught us how to build and light a campfire. We toasted marshmallows and sang some songs. We had a special visit from Mr Sykes. After a busy day we settled down with our hot chocolate and a bedtime story.
What an amazing second day we had! It started with a delicious breakfast of cereals, toast and bacon with hash browns and beans! Our breakfast set us up for a busy morning. First, we did some circle games in the drama studio just for fun. Afterwards, we met up with John again who had lots in stall for us. He took one group at a time on the low ropes (which included a great rope swing!) whilst we took a group each to do team building tasks. They were lots of fun and we even got a bit wet trying to fill pipes up. By lunch time, we were all rather tired and enjoyed our lunch of sandwiches, hot sausage rolls and salad. After a short play, we grabbed our cases and made our way to the coach. The coach journey home was a lot quieter than the journey out!
It was a brilliant two days and everyone should be really proud of themselves. The whole class had a go at everything and the behaviour was excellent.