- Friday 24th May – 3G class assembly
- Thursday 30th May – PTA Quiz
- Tuesday 4th June – Year 3 bake sale
- Friday 7th June – Tuen Ng Festival (public holiday)
- Monday 24th June – Class swaps
- Friday 28th June (12pm) – End of school year
Year 3 Bake Sale:
It is finally our turn to host a bake sale for the PTA! Would each child please bring, in a labelled reusable container, around 8-10 pieces of cakes, cookies, or brownies to school. They will drop them off at the PTA office when they arrive for the everything can be prepared to be sold at playtime. A reminder that the treats cannot contain nuts and preferably home-made.
Lunch forms can now be collected from Ms Anna at reception for new registrants.
Year 3 Playdate Database
Arranging playdates to help your children develop their social skills were a major discussion points this week at parent consultations. Please find linked below documents to parent/ guardian contacts for children in Year 3, feel free to utilise them to help organise playdates for your child. The documents are free for you to edit so please make sure you read the important information on the top of the page before you add your contacts in. Please be mindful of others and only edit your contacts.
Here are some photos of highlights of the week! Even though it was only a short week the children enjoyed a diverse range of activities. The children really enjoyed sharing their body system models with the year 2’s. They also enjoyed tuning into their new unit of inquiry and especially playing the math games that centred around probability and chance.
Different approaches to collaboration influence the productivity of groups
The children will be inquiring into:
Shared goals in group situations (connection)
Skills and behaviour that support collaboration (responsibility)
The impact of their behaviour on a shared goal (reflection)
Next week, the children will be continue to investigate collaboration by working in small groups. They will reflect on their roles within the group and workout what their strengths and weaknesses are when collaborating with others. They will then take on different roles within their groups to become better at collaborating through understanding how the different roles influence the productivity of the group.
Data can be collected, organised, displayed and analysed in different ways
The children will be learning to:
- Collecting information
- Representing information
- Analysing and interpreting information
Next week, the children will continue to inquire into probability and familiarise themselves with relevant vocabulary to describe the likelihood of events. They will also play various games and have a go at identifying possible outcomes and recognise variation in results of chance experiments.
Next week the children will read and deconstruct a variety of persuasive texts to identify the features of an exposition. They will investigate the vocabulary associated with persuasion and look at the influence of facts and emotions when it comes to convincing people about ideas and issues.
Comprehension Strategy: Connecting
The children will have a go at identifying connections while they are reading to themselves, other texts and the world.
There was no Golden Book Certificate this week!
Due to the public holiday last Monday.
Children should bring their spelling journals home every day to practise their spelling words.
Mathletics passwords are in your child’s diary. The children should check their accounts regularly and complete any assigned tasks.