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Welcome to the Wonderful Class 3G

Welcome to Class 3G.

 This year in Class 3G we have two groups of children.  A Monday and Tuesday group and Thursday and Friday group.  When the children are not learning in 3G they will be at their main schools.  We have good working relations with all schools and aim to make sure children enjoy their learning.


Mrs Mullan teaches the children on Mondays and Tuesdays alongside Mrs Turner (Teaching Assistant)

Mrs Badger teaches on a Thursday and Friday alongside Mrs Turner (Teaching Assistant)



This half term Autumn 2 our topic is 'Celebrations'. We will be talking about what we celebrate, when we celebrate and who we celebrate with.  Our Class Books will be 'Where the Wild Things Are.' written by Maurice Sendack and 'I'm going to eat this Ant.' by Chris Naylor-Ballersteros


Home School Communication : We will be using the seesaw app to communicate with you about your child. You will receive an email explaining how to log on. We will put photos of what we have been doing in class and also any other information we feel that you need to know.

Snack & Water Bottles:  Every child will need to bring a clearly labelled water bottle which we encourage them to drink throughout the day alongside other drinks. If you would like your child to bring in a piece of fruit they can do so.

Thank you

Our Learning Journey

Curriculum and Learning will be delivered based on basic skills and individual speech targets.  All speech targets will be set by and following an assessment with a Speech and Language Therapist.  In addition to the above documents, parents will be sent a copy of the Speech and Language Care Plans. These targets will be taught discretely as well as being weaved into the curriculum.

Planning Documents and timetables

Writing, Reading & Speech

We read a class book with the children in class every day.  Please can you read with your child at home each night time. We use colourful semantics with the children during all activities and this includes during book time.

The 'BIG TALK' during reading we are looking at different pictures and asking/answering questions:

         Who?                                       What?                                    Where?

         When?                                      How?                                       Why?


We will be working on basic skills such as:


Number Skills

These will be based on invidual needs and we will be setting tasks using seesaw.

Learning in the Outdoors

We value learning outside of the classroom. We use the outdoors every day as part of our curriculum offer to enrich our learning. We have fantastic school grounds with two woodland areas, a large playground and the Early Years garden. We also enrich our topics by participating in school visits. We update our page with photographs from each event. 

3g HARVEST.mp4

Wellbeing and sensory

Dough disco (2)

Fantastic Learning

Praise points

Our children are regularly rewarded for their behaviours and attitudes around school each day. As the children collect points they are rewarded with certificates, merit badges and prizes at 50, 100, 150, 200 and 250 praise points.

The children will be awarded praise points for a number of things; attendance, pleasing work, good manners, having the right equipment, achieving next steps, good toileting and eating habits and displaying good manners to others.

There are sanctions in place for children who don't follow our school rules as outlined in the school behaviour policy. 

Some Useful websites for parents and 3G children

www.oxfordowl.co.uk               www.phonicsplay.co.uk               www.purplemash.com

ITS Colorful Semantics               ictgames.com                         www.talkingpoint.org.uk

chatter-bug.com                        web.seesaw.me                       https://play.numbots.com/



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