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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Year 3's journey into the summer term

Year 3 have made an enthusiastic leap into term 6 home learning. Some imaginative stories have been created using some great descriptive vocabulary and fronted adverbials in response to this picture.

 

 

Some of you have been practising your comprehension skills, with super success.

Many of you have been reviewing fractions and completing some tricky maths challenges too.

 

As well as all this lovely learning, you have been finding time to pursue other interesting activities, such as jigsaws, and research projects. Sam is enjoying finding out more about Northern Ireland and Micah has been busily nurturing chilli and courgette plants.

We are really impressed with all of your learning and we love to hear about all the ways you are keeping busy at home. Keep up the great work!

Remember to send your learning to: year3learning@holytrinity-gravesend.kent.sch.uk

  • Mrs Denise m Venison 3 months ago
    Well done Yr3, I've been looking at your amazing home learning. You have been so busy and produced some impressive work. Keep safe and keep up the good work. You are all amazing and a credit to Holy Trinity. Love from Mrs Venison xx I

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