Wagtails 2023-2024

Wagtails class (Y3) are taught by Miss Kay (Teacher), Miss Scrivens (Teacher) and Mrs Harrington (TA). 
Hi Wagtails, 
Welcome back! Miss Kay and I hope you have all had a good Easter holiday and we both look forward to seeing you soon! 
There will be no swimming this term, however our weekly PE lesson will be on a Tuesday. 
Please see this term's topic web and some helpful information below as well as referring to class dojo for regular updates. 
Best wishes, 
Miss Scrivens 
 Things to remember: 
  • Full PE kits to remain in school for PE on a Tuesday afternoon.
  • No outdoor learning kit is required this term. 
  • Bring a water bottle into school each day.
  • Bring in the purple reading diary and book daily. 
  • Spelling homework is due in on a Friday (children can practice their weekly spellings on the spellingframe.co.uk website).
  • Times tables homework is due in on a Thursday (children should practice their tables on TTRS online as well as the sheet given).
  • Bring in a coat for the wet and colder weather.
  • Bring in a hat and sun cream for the warmer weather. 
Please click on the topic web below for more information about what Wagtails are learning about this term. 
Please also have a look at our photos to see what we have been learning. 
A great day was had by all on Friday 17th November for Children in Need.  The children came suitably dressed and enjoyed a question and answer session with Radio Gloucestershire and Pudsey himself.
The following week Wagtails made some Pudsey cupcakes as part of their DT.
Wagtails had a brilliant start to the year with some great trips to The Cheltenham Literature Festival when the children listened to lively reading of poems by the authors Dom Conlon and A.F. Harrald.  A few weeks later we had a thoroughly interesting visit to the Dean Heritage Centre to support the learning that the children had been doing on animals in our locality and and their habitats.