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Greenfield & Pulloxhill Academy

Nurture Inspire Flourish

Contact

greenfield@gpacademy.org.uk

Pulloxhill Road, Greenfield, Bedfordshire MK45 5ES

01525712426

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Welcome to the Herons

Year 3 at Greenfield

 

Herons start their day at 8:40am and finish at 3:10pm at the moment.When arriving to school Herons use the side gate where we encourage
children to arrive promptly ready to start their day at school.
The children have amazed us at how well they have adapted to returning back to school, especially with washing their hands thoroughly
throughout the school day.

We encourage reading daily in school through various forms (independently, in a group or with an adult). Children take their reading books
home each 
day and we encourage reading with a parent most evenings where possible.

Herons are able to revise their learning at home through weekly learning logs. Learning logs provide an excellent way of being able to show and
share learning and research activities which they have completed at home. Two learning log tasks are set every Friday for children to then return on
the following Wednesday. Please make your learning logs as creative and positive as possible so that they are enjoyable. We are always excited to see
the work that they have produced.

Children are given weekly spellings every Friday, where they will be tested on the following Friday. So remember to keep practising your spellings.

 

Our PE days are Monday and Wednesday, where Mr Cooksley and Mr Norman carry out fun lessons.
Please make sure that your PE kits are always kept in school.

 

Class Teacher - Miss Dyke

 

Autumn Term 2020

In geography this term Herons are working extremely hard to explore our topic ‘Countries and Cities in the UK’. Through this, children are learning about all of the capital cities in the UK and delving deeper into looking at the county which we live in and what geographical features we are surrounded by.

In science we are learning how to ‘work scientifically’. The children have already been looking at some famous scientists and the skills they may need to have. We are now looking into carrying out some exciting experiments over the rest of the term where children will be able to observe, predict and carry out experiments leading to different results.