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Class 3R

Dear Parents/Carers.

Welcome back to the new school year. It has been great to see you all! 

We have had a fantastic start so far and the children have been very motivated to learn. 

Every child has been working tremendously hard and they have all positively carried out the safety measures throughout the day.  


Please find below a copy of our class newsletter, timetable and topic coverage for the Autumn term. If you have any questions or concerns please email me at

Thank you again for your continued support, it really does benefit the children knowing we are all working together. I will upload photos as often as I can so you can see all of the wonderful things that are happening in our class.

Kind Regards

Miss Bamrah

The children have been learning about influential people for Black History Month and some of them have produced some brilliant homework.Well Done!

3R'S Lockdown Rap.mp4

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As a class we talked about out different lock down experiences and came up with a list of things that captured this time. We then worked on a one bar rhythm of crotchet to give us our rhythmic base for our rap. We then performed it over a sequenced track.

This week's spellings (19/10/20)





We have P.E. every Monday and Thursday. Please ensure your child has the correct, labelled kit in school and earrings are removed.


The children will have a weekly timetable test and spelling test on a Friday. 


Homework is given out on a Monday, please keep it at home. 


Please read with your child as often as possible at home and write a comment in their reading diary. Daily practice with an adult can increase their enthusiasm and help them progress even further. Reading records will be checked on a Friday and will be returned to the child on Monday along with their homework. 



Please have a look at our class timetable, newsletter and topic web.



Please see below some useful resources to help with your child's learning: