Young Oaks

Welcome to Year 3 - Young Oaks

Our class is made up of 30 amazing year 3 children.

Mrs. Law is the class teacher on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Miss. Hoare is the class teacher on Wednesday and first lesson on Thursday. 

We are supported everyday by the wonderful Miss. Budge and Miss. Elvans.

If you have any queries please use the email address above. 

Thank you for your support. 

Mrs. Law and Miss. Hoare

Secure Class Page
Your child has brought home a login for E-schools so you can access our secure Class page. This is where you'll find your daily home learning.
 You can access this via the green log in button on the school website homepage.
If you have any problems accessing it, please contact us. 
Mrs Law & Miss Hoare


Reading - Children should read at home for atleast 15 minutes daily (building up to 30 minutes towards the end of the year) as part of their homework. Children on AR will be able to quiz and change their books on Mondays, Tuesdays & Fridays.

Spelling -  Spellings are listed below and will be quizzed and updated each Wednesday. Scores will be sent home in the back of your child's reading record each week.

If your child has had an individual letter to say that they are continuing with RWI, their spellings will be stuck into the back of their reading records each week and quizzed on Thursdays.

All children now have access to IDL spelling. This is a personalised spelling program, that your child has been accessing in school. It only takes 10 minutes and is best accessed daily.

Numbots - Numbots is an online maths game focusing on addition and subtraction concepts by the creators of Times tables rockstars. Log ins are in the front of reading journals under TTRS. It is most effective when used little and often so alongside using this in school, we ask that children log in at home and play for 10 minutes at least once or twice a week. Teachers will monitor each child's time played, current level and correct answers. 

* Numbots* -  It is not clear, but levels are timed and stars are awarded for accuracy as well as speed to promote rapid recall of number facts. 

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