Asquith Primary School

Growing to Succeed

Horsfall Street, Morley, Leeds
West Yorkshire, LS27 9QY

Headteacher: Gillian Austerfield

01133075550

Hawthorn CLASS

 

  

Hawthorn is a Year 3 class taught by Miss Bramley. Here you will find out about all the exciting things we have been learning in class, and any important information. 

 

Important Information

 

PE Days

PE days are a Tuesday with TSC sports coaches and a Wednesday with Miss Bramley.

 

Planners

Signed by parents over the weekend and by the class teacher on a Wednesday when spellings are marked.

 

Reading Books

Reading books are changed weekly on the same day each week for your child's group. Library books are changed on a Friday.

 

Spellings

Spellings will be given out on a Wednesday and tested on the following Wednesday after your child has had chance to practise. Each week, spellings will be updated on the learning platform for you to access at home and practise online! You will also be able to find them on my blog at the bottom of the page.

Homework

Homework will be given out every Friday and should be handed in on or before the following Wednesday. Creative homework will be handed out once a term and children will have longer to complete this.

 

 

 

Leeds Museum Trip- 30th June 2017

Hawthorn Class Blog

Feeling hot hot hot!

joanne on: Hawthorn Class Blog

What beautiful weather we are having and are still being treated to yet another sunny weekend! I'm starting to believe that the weather reporters do know what they're talking about! We have been very lucky and kept cool in our air conditioned classroom ;)

This week we were absolutely fantastic in our class assembly! Thank you to everyone who came and supported us, we hope you enjoyed looking at our hard work! We have loved our Egyptian topic and now know lots of facts about it. We're sure you'd agree that we certainly have some budding actors and actresses in our presence too!

This week was also an opportunity to meet our new teachers and spend time in our new classrooms. Hawthorn went to Mrs Trolley for two days and Juniper went to Mr Holt. The children had lots of fun meeting their new teachers, but it was lovely to have them back in year 3 ready for a 'normal' week next week. With this in mind, this week's homework is to write a letter to our new class teacher to introduce ourselves. You could include: your favourite lessons, your family information, your favourite things, and any interesting or important facts about yourself that you think your teacher may like to know.

This week's spelling are:

certain

circle

complete

consider

continue

decide

describe

different

difficult

disappear

Happy practising! I must apologise for the spellings not being marked this week- they will be marked on Monday!

Have a lovely, sun filled weekend. I look forward to hearing about your fun in the sun on Monday.

Miss B

#don'tforgetyourhat #newteachers

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Super Science!

joanne on: Hawthorn Class Blog

This week we enjoyed sharing our science work with our Year 1 buddy classes! We took our books into the hall and told Year 1 all about the wonderful work we have been doing. We are following up our work with our homework this week, which is to find different plants in your garden or near your house and make a list. You can draw them too if you like! Our main focus in science for the next few weeks is plants. Today, we planned an experiment to investigate what happens to plants when you change factors such as their leaves, the light they get or the water they have. We are going to see how not having these things effects our plants! Poor plants, we are sorry in advance...

In maths, we have focused on 2D shapes and their properties. We have looked at the angles they have and the lines they have, recognising parallel and perpendicular and all the angle family!

This week's spellings are from our 109 words that Year 3 and 4 need to learn. We are doing them all in alphabetical order, so some may be ones we have had previously:

accident

accidentally

actual

actually

address

although

answer

appear

arrive

believe

Happy practising!

This weekend and following week are meant to be beautiful. Don't forget to bring your sun cream to school if you need it! Enjoy your weekend!

Miss B

#plantinvestigators #sciencesharers

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Egyptian travel agents!

joanne on: Hawthorn Class Blog

This week we have researched aspects of Ancient Egypt to put in our very own holiday brochure. We have looked at lots of brochures for research and made a note of all the features they have. The children loved looking at the different ways the brochures were folded and their heads are flooded with ideas about how they can make their brochure exciting! Next week, we will be starting to make our brochures. This week's literacy homework is to find 3 facts about Ancient Egypt, and we will be including these in our brochures.

In maths we have been introduced to the angle family! We have focused mainly on finding right angles in shapes and in our environment. We can now recognise that acute angles are smaller than right angles and obtuse angles are bigger than right angles. Next week we will be looking at 3D shapes!

This weeks spellings are:

rectangle

triangle

circle

hexagon

square

shape

angle

parallel

vertical

horizontal

Happy practising!

Have a lovely weekend. Don't forget to come in your sports clothes and coloured t shirt on Monday ready for sports day! Make sure you do your sun dances in aid of the occasion.

Miss B

#sundance #Egyptiantimetravellers

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Auto or biography

joanne on: Hawthorn Class Blog

This week in Hawthorn class, we have been researching J K Rowling, the author of Harry Potter. We have found out lots of facts about her life and were very surprised to hear how much she was worth!! We plan to write a biography about her next week to run alongside us reading Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (we are more than halfway through!).

In our topic lessons we have focussed on Egyptian Gods and Goddesses and have written descriptions of the main ones. We are working in partners to conduct our own 'Egypt's got talent!' next week, where we will present our descriptions and actions for the Gods. The children are really excited about this, as am I!

In maths, we have continued to look at digital time and how this shows us times to the hour e.g. 50 minutes means ten to. This has been a little confusing, but the children have worked really hard at this and it is clicking (or ticking!).

This week's spellings are:

climb

thumb

happiness

unhappy

everybody

know

angrily

carefully

cautiously

surprisingly

Happy practising!

Have a great weekend everyone, I've heard it is meant to be beautiful!

Miss B

#ticktock #wizards

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A beautiful week!

joanne on: Hawthorn Class Blog

What a wonderful week we have had this week- well treated to the gorgeous weather and with our hard work!

The children have made a fantastic effort with their newspaper reports this week and have researched lots of information about the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb! Very professional! They have also researched Egyptian gods and goddesses and their mythical powers. It has been such an interesting week, and both the children and I have learnt a lot! So much so that this week's homework is set around our Egyptian topic. We would like you to design a poster to demonstrate what you have learnt so far. You could include pictures, writing, facts and trivia about Egypt. I'll look forward to seeing these on Wednesday!

In maths we have continued to look at time, focusing mainly on digital time and comparing this to analogue. We have also written the time in words and matched all three together! Go us!

This week's spellings are:

although

caught

different

early

enough

often

peculiar

special

every

misbehave

Happy practising!

Have a lovely weekend! Try to remember this one is only two days rather than the luxury of the three we had last week!

Miss B

#mustremembertosetmyalarm #egyptianjournalists

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Autumn Term

Welcome back! We hope you had a lovely summer holiday and look forward to hearing all about it.

 

We begin the new term with an exciting topic- PIRATES!! Arrrr....