During these confusing times, it is important that you spend your time making memories and having fun with your family! Therefore, we have put together a series of websites and learning ideas for you and your parents to have a go at. Keep positive and look after each other!
Keep checking back to see new updates!
MyMaths tasks have been set for this week. Year 3 are currently learning about angles and lines. If you get stuck look for the help videos on the MyMaths home page for assistance, or get in touch via Twitter @StCeciliasCJS or email.
Mr Hughes is challenging children to a challenge on TT Rockstars! Just go to the Rock Slam area to accept the challenge! The Link for TT Rockstars is below.
Also, if you are interested in listening to stories visit the Audible link below for free stories read aloud. Tweet us your favourite
Mr Hughes is setting weekly tasks for you to complete on Education City, just login and go to the homework section to find Week 2 now live!
Well done to Caitlin, Nicholas, Luke, Archie, Abigail and Aiden for completing the set tasks in Week 1! Good work guys!
Year 3 are given homework every week. Spellings are given out on Monday. Children practice these throughout the week in school and should practice them at home throughout the week. Spelling homework is due the following Monday, when children will complete a spelling quiz on the words learnt.
English homework is set on Monday, to be completed by Wednesday. Maths homework is set on Wednesday, to be completed by Friday.
Homework can be set either in paper or online format. Online homework is through Education City and MyMaths, see the links below. Children have individual logins for these.
Your child will need help completing the homework. Thank you for your support!
During this half term, children in Year 3 have been learning to play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and Ode to Joy. We were assessed playing using good rhythm, pitch and technique. We are musicians!
Here are some samples of us playing.
This year the children performed an exciting twist on the classic Nativity. Taking inspiration from Strictly Come Dancing, the children gave a wonderful retelling of the birth of Jesus Christ through dances and interviews. Lights, Camel, Action! excited children and they worked well together.
We have been studying African music, thinking about how it makes us feel. It certainly got us up on our feet!
We then performed our own version of 'Siyahamba', which is a South African hymn and it mean 'We Are Marching'.
The children then performed to Year 4 who evaluated their performance. They were very impressed!
This term we have been studying the Paleolithic, Mesolithic and the Neolithic periods of the Stone Age and the Bronze and Iron Ages. Children have researched and studied different tools and how they have contributed to the survival of the early humans. We have visited Touchstone Museum in Rochdale, with tools that we have created, to have them critiqued by a real archaeologist. We have really enjoyed learning all about the prehistoric periods of human history!
See some of our photographs below.