Welcome to Class 3 2019/20. The Class Teacher is Mr Meadows and there are currently 28 pupils in this class. This class is supported by Miss Thompson and Mrs Gilray.
My name is Mr Meadows, and I am a Year 4 teacher at Consett Junior School. I have been a teacher for twenty one years, and I have taught in all Key Stage 2 classes. In Consett Junior School I work as Numeracy and Forest School subject lead. Each Friday I have the duty of delivering our celebrations assembly where we get to celebrate all the successes and achievements of the week. I also get to award the prestigious house cup to the winning team. Go Aynsley!
About Class 4
In Class 3 we are lucky enough to be supported by Mrs Gilray and also Miss Thompson to help teach us in the foundation subjects. As well as all of the fun work we do in class, children in class 3 have the responsibility of looking after Winter and Toffee, our pet guinea pigs. They are mischief with a capital M! Winter and Toffee also asked me to thank parents and carers for sending in vegetables for them. Between mouthfuls they expressed their appreciation. Chomp, chomp!
Children in Class 3 swim every Monday (last lesson) and parents should collect children from Consett Leisure Centre at 3.30 p.m.
PE kits may stay in school for the whole of the half term.
Children should continue to read at home at least three times per week. House points are awarded for reading regularly at home. Signed reading diaries should be returned to school when necessary.
Timetable for September 2019 to follow soon…
Class 3 Gallery
Work Packs (7th) during school closure due to Coronavirus – Class 3 (Year 4)
2020 year book challenge!
Lockdown Time Capsule
Hopefully before the end of term we will bury the time capsule in the school grounds. The capsule is part of a project run by Mark Wilkinson Photography. Photographs Mark has received will be printed and placed in the time capsule which will be buried for ten years. To accompany the photographs we are asking the children to write a letter and place it in a sealed envelope. The letter can be about time in lock down, things children did, how they felt, anything they feel relevant. We do want the children to include the date, their age, their class teacher and their first name. But they must not include surnames, phone numbers or their address.
In 2030 we will dig up the capsule and all contents will form part of a history event for our future CJS children.
Work set 6 (22nd June) for children of all ability
Other ways to facilitate learning during the school closure:
Ensure your child reads every day.
Use accelerated reader to take reading tests.
Access times table rockstars
Access lexia (if your child uses this at school).
Quizzes and challenges set on the Newsround website https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround
Access BBC bitesize https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
TTS free learning at home activities https://www.tts-group.co.uk/home+learning+activities.html
Purple Mash – Bring the whole curriculum to life in one place https://www.purplemash.com/login/
National Oak Academy https://www.thenational.academy/