Welcome to Dahl Class (Year 3) at Eynesbury Church of England Primary School!
Mrs Haupt and Mrs Hoy are the adults who help children with their learning in Dahl class. We are happy to talk to any parents or carers at the school gate, or if you would prefer to send a message please email at us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PE and Uniform reminders
PE during the final summer half term is on Mondays and Thursdays with Primary Sports Stars. Children should come to school on those days wearing their PE kit as they will not be able to get changed in the classroom. PE kit (which must be clearly labelled) should be a white t-shirt and navy or black shorts, with navy or black jogging bottoms and sweatshirt for outdoors as well as suitable trainers. PE kits are not currently allowed to be left at school.
If your child has pierced ears, please remove earrings at home (preferably) or cover with a plaster before PE. If they do wear earrings to school, they should only be studs. Equally nail varnish should not be worn in school and hair which is shoulder length or longer should be tied back.
Please send your child to school every day with a water bottle as they are currently unable to use the school water fountains. Some children have the same style of water bottle so please ensure you name your child's bottle to avoid any confusion.
Children will be given a spelling list each Friday. In addition to regularly practising their spellings, they should write each spelling in a sentence to show they have understood the word in context. Children should return their green books by Wednesday and will be tested on Thursdays.
Children should be reading on a daily basis at home. Please ensure their planner is signed by an adult every time you hear them read. As the Eynesbury Echo reminds us weekly, there are great benefits to be had from regular reading!
All children have a TT Rockstars login and should be practising regularly using this. Many children are having lots of fun with this and seeing their knowledge and speed increase. We will be checking to see who has logged on and who has beaten their previous scores.
If you have any issues/ concerns about any aspect of the homework please do contact us.
At Eynesbury Church of England Primary School we 'Love to learn, learn to love!'