Year 3: News items
Active March, by Miss Jones
Date: 1st Mar 2021 @ 3:24pm
Being active everyday not only helps our bodies to be healthy but it is also important for our wellbeing. Doing something active can make you smile and feel good. Why not try the Active March challenge with your family? These are quick activities that you can do daily throughout February. There are even 3 levels of challenge if you like to challenge yourself.
Children's Mental Health Week (1st - 7th February), by Miss Jones
Date: 31st Jan 2021 @ 7:33pm
From 1-7 February 2021 schools, youth groups, organisations and individuals across the UK will take part in Children’s Mental Health Week. This year’s theme is Express Yourself.
Expressing yourself is about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas, through creativity. This could be through art, music, writing and poetry, dance and drama, photography and film, and doing activities that make you feel good.
It’s important to remember that being able to express yourself is not about being the best at something or putting on a performance for others. It is about finding a way to show who you are, and how you see the world, that can help you feel good about yourself.
For Children's Mental Health Week 2021 children (and adults) are encouraged to explore the different ways we can express ourselves, and the creative ways that we can share our feelings, our thoughts and our ideas.
Here are some activities that everyone can enjoy this week and beyond.
If you want a copy for yourself, click here to download the PDF.
Merry Christmas from Year 3, by Mrs Harrison
Date: 18th Dec 2020 @ 4:04pm
The Year 3 Team wish you all a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Remembrance Day, by Miss Jones
Date: 3rd Nov 2020 @ 5:27pm
Not long ago, windows in many houses in our community featured beautiful, colourful rainbow displays. With Remembrance Day not long away, you may wish to decorate a poppy to display in your window for people to enjoy.
Here is a link from the Poppy Appeal Website where you can download a free poster to print and colour in/decorate.
If you do not have a printer, why not draw and decorate your own poppy for your window?
Autumn 2 Year 3 PE, by Mrs Harrison
Date: 2nd Nov 2020 @ 2:38pm
Year 3 have had a wonderful first day back after half term. It has been filled with wintery goodness linking with our English and DT topic.
Their P.E. lesson is now be on a Friday with Mr Bell. Please send your child into school wearing their P.E. kit on a Friday.
Year 3 team
Counting in 4s!, by Mrs Harrison
Date: 29th Sep 2020 @ 4:13pm
Year 3 have started to develop their ability to count in 4s and 8s.
Below is a link to a video we have used to support their recall of counting in 4s. They really enjoyed listening and watching the number patterns in school but requested I shared the website with you at home so that they can sing along to it at home.
Have fun singing and dancing along counting in 4s Superstars!
Year 3 reminder, by Mrs Harrison
Date: 6th Sep 2020 @ 1:43pm
Good afternoon Year 3 ðŸ˜
We just wanted to share a quick reminder ready for our first full week.
Sunday - Book any hot dinners for the week
Monday - Bring in snack money (exact change) in a sealed envelope
- Group 1 change their reading books
Tuesday - Group 2 change their reading books
Wednesday - Children to come to school wearing their PE kit
- In the afternoon, children wil be taught by both Miss Anders (RE) and Mrs Chloe Vickers (dance in the hall). The class have been split in half but will be taught by both teachers during Mrs Harrison's PPA time.
Thursday - Miss Yates in
- Group 3 change their reading books
Friday - Group 4 change their reading books
Please use the tabs on the class page to find out more information.
Reading books will be changed and quarantined once a week for each group. Group numbers are written on their reading diaries. Books will only be changed once they have been read. As homework and spellings have not been sent home yet, please prioritise reading with your child at home. We have a brand new set of book banded books this year that we are excited to share with you.
We hope you've had a lovely weekend and we look forward to seeing you all tomorrow for another fun filled week.
Love the Year 3 Team
Meaningful May, by Miss Jones
Date: 1st May 2020 @ 11:58am
An activity a day for a meaningful May
Bake sale winners , by Mrs Bailey
Date: 1st Mar 2020 @ 2:59pm
Congratulations to the following winners of our recent bake sale:
Reception - Alasdair
Year 1 - Kai
Year 2 - Suraya
Year 3 - Oliver
Year 4 - Rachel
Year 5 - Eve
Year 6 - Oliver
Our beans are growing! , by Miss Jones
Date: 13th Jun 2019 @ 9:18pm
Our bean plants are really starting to grow now. We planted the bean in plastic cups so that we can see the roots developing. Whose will be the tallest?
Date: 7th Jun 2019 @ 1:55pm
Robertson's construction company, who are building the hotel next to Waitrose, are running a poster competition. Winning poster designs will be used on the hoardings which will be around the new build.
All the children have been informed about the poster competition today in assembly and will be bringing home Robertson's construction paper to complete their designs on. The designs should have a construction and/or Peregrine Falcon theme.
Completed designs should be handed in to Waitrose Customer Service Desk or returned to school. The closing date is Wednesday 12th June.
Remember to add your name, age and school on your poster.
Good luck. It would be great if we could see some Oldfield posters on the hoardings.
Robertson's construction are coming to school on Monday to do assemblies for the children.
Date: 16th Mar 2019 @ 5:14pm
Some of our Year 3 children will be selling Gingerbread biscuits after school on Thursday 21st March. A donation of 50p per biscuit is suggested and all proceeds will go to the Cheshire Down's Syndrome Support Group. Boxes of prepacked biscuits have been delivered to school so we look forward to seeing you on Thursday to purchase one of our tasty treats.
Adrift performance Tuesday 29th January 6.30 pm , by Mrs Bailey
Date: 25th Jan 2019 @ 6:54pm
We look forward to seeing as many families as possible to the Adrift performance this Tuesday evening in school. The performance is pitched at Key Stage 2 children and will take place in the school hall. Families and children are welcome.
Oldfield Primary School, Action Transport Theatre and the Ignite Teaching School Alliance would like to invite you to our community showing of Adrift:
Two children are in a boat. One is rowing. One is fishing. They dream about a land, a beautiful land that’s waiting for them. A safe land. Adrift is a poignant and important play from acclaimed children’s theatre company Action Transport Theatre. Told from the perspective of two children adrift at sea fleeing conflict, it is a celebration of the resilience and imagination of childhood.
Time - 6.30pm on Tuesday 29th January 2019 at Oldfield Primary School.
Doors open at 6.10pm, refreshments available both before and after.
Please join us after the show for a discussion about the play and how we can develop our curriculum to support our children in their learning.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com or call 01244 981772 by Tuesday 22nd January
Christmas lunch and Christmas jumper day, by Mrs Bailey
Date: 14th Dec 2018 @ 8:42am
Just a reminder that is our Christmas jumper day on Wednesday - the children can come in something festive. It is also our Christmas lunch day on Wednesday.
Makaton Friendly Status, by Mrs Bailey
Date: 12th Oct 2018 @ 8:49am
We are thrilled to let you know we have been given Makaton Friendly status. A special thank you to Mrs Woodington and Mrs Minghella who have led this project.
This September we introduced a sign of the week and share this with staff and pupils. Please encourage your child to share these with you each week to develop their skill set.
PTA Christmas cards, by Mrs Bailey
Date: 27th Sep 2018 @ 3:30pm
PTA CHRISTMAS FUNDRAISER 2018
You may have heard your child / children talking about Christmas in September!! Our PTA are working with IQ Cards to produce personalised Christmas cards this year. Children throughout the school have been busy designing their own Christmas cards. These designs, and further information, are being sent out to you for consideration. IQ cards are able to put these designs onto Christmas cards, postcards, wrapping paper, gift labels, magnets and coasters.
If you would like to order goods, please complete the application form which is on the back of your child's design and return to school with the correct payment (cheques should be made payable to Oldfield Primary School). The deadline for returning order forms is Friday 19th October. We are unable to accept orders after this date.
If you any any queries please contact your child's class teacher or Mrs Bailey.
Macmillan coffee afternoon this Friday 28th September, by Mrs Bailey
Date: 24th Sep 2018 @ 12:18pm
Macmillan Coffee Afternoon
You are warmly invited to our annual Macmillan coffee afternoon on Friday 28th September 2.30 p.m. – 3.30 p.m. Please help us to raise lots of money to support Macmillan by attending our coffee afternoon and / or sending in cakes/biscuits/treats (the day before or the morning of the 28th). All money donated on the day will be given to Macmillan. Feel free to pop in to join us for coffee and cake before you collect the children and / or when you have collected the children. Your support is appreciated. Thank you in anticipation.
Parent phonics workshop this Thursday - 8th March, 2 p.m. , by Mrs Bailey
Date: 4th Mar 2018 @ 12:37pm
Parent phonics workshop - Thursday 8th March
Just a reminder that all parents and grandparents are welcome to attend our Parent Phonics Workshop on Thursday 8th March 2 p.m. here at Oldfield. This is a great opportunity to get a greater understanding of ways to support children’s understanding of phonics.
The workshop, which will be delivered by Linda Neill from The Literacy Company (Linda has delivered reading workshops at Oldfield in the past and has a wealth of knowledge around phonics, reading and writing), will be informative and practical. We are sure you would find it valuable and we look forward to seeing you there.
Please either respond through the message sent to parents through our website or contact the school office if you would like to attend.
Year 3/4 Netball , by Miss Jones
Date: 25th May 2017 @ 9:48pm
Well done to the Year 3 and 4 girls who played in today's netball matches against St Marin's Academy and Delamere Academy. These were our final league matches of the season. The girls played tremendously well and gave it their all, even in the very hot weather. Although we came second in our matches, we had a fantastic time. Thank you to the parents who came along to watch at St Martins and/or helped with transport. Finally, thank you to Mr Huddart for coming along to watch too.
Well done to: Maisie (captain), Hannah, Amelia, Grace, Ruth, Evie and Felicity.
Yr 3 Football - Oldfield vs Saughall, by Miss Jones
Date: 1st Mar 2016 @ 11:53pm
Well done to the wonderful football team of Y3 boys who played their first football match this year, at home against Saughall. They played brilliantly despite it being very cold and the grass being very long! Well done to Jack McCarthy-Hall for scoring a fabulous goal in the second half. All of the boys were a credit to the school and made Mr Huddart and I very proud.
Well done to Thomas, Ayyub, Ben, Joe B, Jack McH, Alistair and Franek.
Year 3 Half Term Fun!, by Miss Jones
Date: 23rd Oct 2015 @ 4:37pm
It's finally half term
I hope you all have a lovely break and come back feeling ready and refreshed for the run up to Christmas!
I wonder what you will get up to over half term to keep you busy? Why not share your half term moments on our very first blog. Click on 'School Blogs' at the top of the homepage and click 'year 3' to leave a comment.