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Year 3


Miss Redhead, Miss Reddin & Mrs Sagajllo welcome you to


So, it has been 113 days since lockdown started - getting on to a third of a year - but who has been counting? :) As we enter our final week the Year Three staff would like to say a huge well done to all of the Year Three children for adapting so well and the hard work, and resilience, they have shown during uncertain times.  We would also like to thank the parents and carers. You have continued the vital work of educating your children even whilst juggling work, worries and the wellbeing of the whole family.  Three and a half months may not seem like a long time in the grand scheme of things but it is in the big picture of a child's primary education. We are sure that you have seen yourselves how quickly children can progress, and how satisfying it is to be responsible for that. This is why all St Joseph's staff look forward to welcoming your children back in September with the hope that normal service can resume. 


You will also have hopefully picked up your children's reports.  These are written in May and June and reflect mainly our observations of your child's work and effort until lockdown.


We have loved all of the pictures and work you have sent to us over the past few months. It has been great seeing how well you are learning from home. We can't wait to see how tall you have grown when you join us on Thursday 16th July for one final goodbye. Parents, if you have any queries about next week, feel free to email us at Don't forget to put your child's name and class as the subject. For those of you who won't be joining us on Thursday, goodbye and good luck. We wish you all the best as you transition into the Upper Phase.


Take care and continue to stay safe, 


Miss Redhead, Miss Reddin and Mrs Sagajllo 




Daily Learning



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On behalf of all the staff at St. Joseph's, we hope you are staying safe and healthy.

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PE at home

Additional Ideas for Maths Home Learning




- Reading records must be signed daily. They are regularly checked in class. Please ensure you are reading with your child for 10-15 minutes each day.


-Please can you ensure that your child has a full P.E kit in school. Ensure everything is labelled, including plimsolls. 


- Home Learning will go out on a Thursday and is due the following Tuesday.


- Keep yourself updated on events/ news on the school website : Parents > Newsletters


Maths practice


Using the following web links below, revise your understanding of: the 4 rules of number, telling the time and other number skills.

Community Coding Club information

Meet the Teacher 2019

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