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Sycamore (Year 3)

Sycamore Class 2021

Sycamore is our Year 3 class, for children aged between 7 and 8.

Our class teacher is Mrs Cresswell, and Miss Davis supports our learning every morning.

If you have any questions, please email sycamore@grove.oxon.sch.uk.

 

Hello Sycamore Class!

We are operating a one-way system where you drop off your children between 8.40am – 8.50am in the morning using the Willow Gate. Our afternoon pickup is at 3.05pm. Parents wait on the playground by the Y3 corner at the back door.

 

PE kit (plain, dark tracksuit bottoms/shorts/leggings, a plain white T shirt, trainers and their school sweatshirt) should be worn to school on Fridays.

 

 

Term 1 Autumn 2021

 

If our class needs to isolate due to illness, work will be provided as it was during lockdown, through Class Dojo and Microsoft Teams. I will be sending home all usernames and passwords for the websites linked below in the first week of term, and Teams logins once we have started to use this at school. Please email sycamore@grove.oxon.sch.uk if you have any issues.

 

Please continue to read at home at least three times a week, and practise on Times Table Rock Stars and Reading Eggs as often as you can.

Weekly homework (spellings and maths) will be sent home on Thursdays, to be returned by the following Thursday.

 

Times Tables

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams

Class Dojo

 

 

PE

Class Dojo monster playing tennis

PE is on a Friday afternoon, so please make sure your child wears their school jumper and PE kit (white t-shirt, plain dark shorts, tracksuit bottoms or leggings, trainers) to school. This term our PE is tennis with a qualified coach, or gymnastics in the hall if the weather is too wet.

Books

We love reading!

If you would like to buy a book for Sycamore Class rather than sweets for your child's birthday, or are looking for recommendations, you can see our class wishlist here, or visit The Reader Teacher .

 

Activities to support your child with worries

Stories and information about coronavirus for children

Remember to stay safe online.

 

If you need help you can contact any of the following services (click on the words to follow a link)

 

NSPCC

Childline

CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection)

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