Welcome to Class 3
Dear Children, Parents and Carers of Class 3,
First, may I say a huge ‘hello’ to everyone and let you know how much I’m thinking of you all. I truly hope that you are all well and coping with being ‘lock down’. Please continue to do the right things and look after one another, it is up to us all to make sure that everyone stays as happy and healthy, during this strange time.
Please continue to use this website to access the huge variety of resources and activities. With so many activities available, be sure to vary the type and theme of the work undertaken, including the more creative or fun activities.
For further guidance, I have updated the word document below and sent an email to all parents and carers regarding possible future work from home.
Mr Powell & Mrs Bean
Mrs Porter is the Teacher of Class 3 for every morning and Mr Powell is the Teacher for the majority of the afternoons. The class is privileged to have the full-time support of Mrs Bean as the Teaching Assistant. The Class comprises of Year 3 and Year 4 pupils, with a current total of 22 children. Like class 4, the children have specialist teaching for R.E, Music and P.E lessons.
The children of Class 3 are taught in a purposefully built, well-resourced and spacious classroom, situated in the middle of the ‘new build’. With easy access to the Hall, the school playground and playing-field, it is ideally positioned at the heart of the school.
The staff at Hoath Primary School are currently in the process of re-working the curriculum, so that we are able to deliver an education to the children that is appropriate and inclusive to all. Once complete, each class timetable and a new Long Term Plan will be shown here on the website.
We have also re-drafted the schools Vision Statement which we hope encapsulates the school.
‘We provide a welcoming, friendly and safe environment, within a culture of mutual respect and acceptance, where everyone learns together to gain life skills, values and self-confidence to set them on the path to achieve their individual dreams and prepare for life as global citizens.’