Here you can find photos of your children's learning, information about their learning including: newsletters, topic webs, and homework, and important dates and notices.
Please visit our page regularly to stay up to date, we hope you enjoy!
Class Teacher: Miss Eckersley
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Shaw-Browne
We are looking forward to working with you, helping you learn and watching you blossom throughout the year.
Where do the first humans come from?
If your child is currently off school due to self-isolation, illness or school closure and you would like to continue their learning at home, we would recommend the following resources.
This website is offering parents the use of their resources, free for a month. You can also download and save resources to use at any time.
Follow the steps below to access this offer:
Step one: Go to https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer
Step two: Enter your details in the 'New to Twinkl' account box using the offer code CVDTWINKLHELPS
You will then be able to access year 3 (KS2) resources for your child at home. If your child requires a different level of work or you have more than one child at home, you can access all levels of work.
Letters and Sounds
If you would like to keep your child up to date with phonics, this website has games and resources and is free to access. Our school teach phonics using letters and sounds.
This website is offering free resources to children and parents to help with home learning. See the link below:
Home learning packs available for EYFS, KS1 and KS2
This website is offering a free year 3 learning from home resource pack. See link below;
A free maths website that includes times table games.
Times Table Rockstars
If children have their times table rockstar log in details at home, they can also access the following website:
This BBC website has resources for a variety of subjects for KS2 children.
A maths website with activities and quizzes
A maths website
Maths and spelling website. Now free for home learning.
A website for reading. Currently free for 30 days.
Free website to help children practice spellings.
High lights kids
A fun, educational and free website with games and activities.
A fun website with educational games with an animal theme.
A lovely website with many stories that children will love.
History for kids
A website with information about history.
A maths website for yrs 3, 4, 5 and 6.
National Geographic for Kids
A website for English activities
World book reader
A website with a variety of books
Keep your child active with Joe Wicks' 30 minute PE home workout. A new video is posted at 9am every day.
National Literacy Trust
Split up by age group, you will find ideas and guidance for simple activities that will engage your children at home, while also benefiting their reading, writing and language development.
Listen to a story by David Walliams
Free audio books. A new story is available everyday at 11am.
The maths factor
A maths website with games, lessons and activities. Free during school closure.
Ash class children can also complete some of our topic homework activities. These can be found on this class page in our homework section.
At Snape Wood, we believe that reading is so important.
We would like all children to enjoy reading so they read for pleasure, and to be confident, fluent readers.
To help us with this, please try to read with your child at least three times a week and record this in your child's reading diary.
Reading diaries should be in school every day.
Your child will be rewarded with Class Dojos.
Children are tested on their spellings that they are given on a Monday every Friday.
Children are tested on their times tables every day.
Children should practise their times tables as much as they can at home each week.
Ash Class have PE on Friday morning. Please ensure your child arrives to school dressed in a labelled P.E. kit with black plimsolls or trainers on this day. Please also remove any earrings on this day for your child’s safety. Your child does not need to bring their uniform in to change back into on the day.
NOTE: Due to school Covid-19 safety measures, please do not send your child in with a PE kit to change into on any day - they can only come in on a Friday already dressed in their kit. Thank you for supporting us in helping to keep everyone safe.
We kindly ask that a water bottle is brought to school to ensure your child stays hydrated for working at their best potential!
Every child has access to fresh, cool water to fill their bottle up.
We request that you check your child's hair for head lice regularly and treat if necessary.
At Snape Wood, we believe that every child should feel proud to be part of our school and therefore we have PRIDE points.
Each letter represents one of our school values:
Children are awarded PRIDE points when they have been spotted showing these school values.
In each class, we use Class Dojo to record PRIDE Points. Children can spend their collected points at our PRIDE Points shop.
If you download and sign in to the Class Dojo App, you can see your child's points and get notifications when your child is given them.
If you need a letter to receive your child's Class Dojo code, please just let me know.
At Snape Wood, we use a traffic light system for behaviour:
Green - All children are on green at the beginning of the day.
Orange - If a child breaks one of our school rules, they are given a reminder and asked to change their behaviour. If the child does not correct their behaviour, their name is moved down to orange.
Red - If they still do not improve their behaviour, the child's name is moved down to red. If a child's name is on red and their behaviour does not improve, they will be isolated on a table in the classroom.
Children can move their name back up the traffic light system and we encourage children to work their way back up to green.
Green Cards - These are sent home with your child every Friday, if they have shown positive behaviour throughout the week without moving onto orange or red. This is a chance for both you and us to celebrate their positive behaviour. The children love being given the cards and are excited to take them home. Your child's green card is entered into a prize draw each Monday, if it is brought back into school once you have signed it.
Red Cards - These are sent home with the child if their name is on red at the end of the day or if they have shown extreme behaviour which warrants an instant red card. Please have a conversation with your child about their behaviour if they come home with a red card, and sign and return the card the following morning.