Welcome to the Class D homepage…
Class D are taught by Miss Jones and Mrs Shone is the teaching assistant. Mrs Aldridge covers PPA in the class on a Monday afternoon.
Please find a curriculum letter about the things we will be covering this year as well as all the things your child needs during the school day.
As mentioned above your child will receive 3 pieces of homework each week. One will be spellings, one will be a reading book and the third will generally be maths based. These are all due in on a Tuesday.
Our children are taught to access work through Google Classroom and therefore homework is often given this way. We have some helpful guides and websites below…
Pupil Voice in Class D
June 2023 – Music Lessons by Wrexham Music Co-operative
Year 3 had their final music lesson delivered by Mr Hardwick from the Wrexham Music Co-operative today. They have thoroughly enjoyed every session and I was blown away by the terminology they were using today. Click on the links to see what we learnt during some of the sessions.
June 2023 – Planting Seeds
We planted a mixture of seeds in our new planters and we can’t wait to watch them grow. We are watering them daily and taking great care of them. We are keeping a watch to see which minibeasts visit too!
June 2023 – Wrexham Tennis Festival
We had a lovely time at the Year 3 and 4 football skill festival yesterday. All children showed great sportsmanship and behaved impeccably. Thank you to Active Wrexham and the young leaders for organising a super day.
A few photos from the Year 3 Wrexham Tennis skills festival. We had a great time! Thank you Wrexham Tennis Centre for an amazing morning.
April 2023 – Wrexham Football Festival
April 2023 – ICT Coding
Class D (year 3) had a fun morning learning how to write the coding to create a remote control cart. Using micro:bits they all created a program to make a cart move forwards, backwards and even turn! Once they’d finished writing the coding on the Chromebooks they had to download it to their micro:bits and work out how to attach it to the cart. They all managed to complete the task which required lots of perseverance and problem solving skills to overcome the problems they faced.
March 2023 – British Science Week ‘Connecting’
We had a fun morning learning how to write the coding to create a remote control cart. Using micro:bits they all created a program to make a cart move forwards, backwards and even turn! Once they’d finished writing the coding on the Chromebooks they had to download it to their micro:bits and work out how to attach it to the cart. They all managed to complete the task which required lots of perseverance and problem solving skills to overcome the problems they faced.
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March 2023 Music – We had lots of fun learning how to play the ukulele today! All children made such good progress in just one hour. A big thank you to the Music Cooperative for making the lessons so much fun.
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March 2023 – Class D thoroughly enjoyed their first Technocamps Scratch session delivered by Will. They used many skills to make their own game to play. Great work!!
World Book Day 2023 – The children couldn’t wait to share their favourite book with the class. I am sure you’ll all agree, they look amazing.
January 2023 – We have had a lovely session with the Music Cooperative learning all about rhythm and pulse. We can’t wait to have our next session in a few weeks. Click on the link below to watch the video. Wrexham Music Co-operative
January 2023 – We had lots of fun during a science session led by Xplore Science Discovery Centre all about light!
Class D enjoyed joining in on the live dance to raise awareness of Mental Health Day 2022.
We have been combining our ICT and art skills to produce some great pictures. We learnt how to log in to Google Classroom, how to access videos and then how to take pictures and upload our work.
Class D Lego Club
Lego Club for Class D is taking place every Wednesday during dinnertime. The children are thoroughly enjoying following instructions to build various models as well as using their creative skills to design their own.