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3LB - Ash Class - Miss Bagnall
Welcome to 3LB - Ash Class. Here are they key details you need to know about your new Year 3 class:
SUGGESTED TIMETABLE FOR WEDNESDAY JULY 1ST:
9.00 - Watch the welcome message from your teacher - listen carefully, they might help you with some questions you have!
9.30 - Check out the rest of the information on this page - and the FAQ documents if you're still unsure about anything. Watch the welcome messages from Year 3 children. Start to complete your All About Me poster.
11.00 - Live chat with your teacher and the Year 3 leader. Click this link between 11.00 and 11.30:
Later - Watch Mr Jolley's welcome message and presentation about Chesswood (they will be posted on this page).
Please note - these presentations will now be next week (w/b 6th July). This is to enable us time to make sure we can safely follow the government guidance that is due to be updated at the end of this week, so we give all parents and children a clear picture of what school will be like in September. Apologies for any inconvenience this causes.
Miss Bagnall - firstname.lastname@example.org
All About Me
Let's hear a story!
Your teaching assistant:
Number 2 on the plan.
How do I get to my classroom?
Where do I go on the first day in September?
We'll film a video and place it here when we have our one way entry system set up - see Mr Jolley's videos for more information!
Who is in this class?
HOW CAN I HELP PREPARE FOR SEPTEMBER?
MUSIC AT CHESSWOOD:
Meet Mrs Cossins
PE AT CHESSWOOD:
Meet Mr Quick and Mr Haggart
Parents - Top tips from Mr Quick:
- Don't buy socks that are too big - they need to be correct sizes now
- It would be a good idea to get initials printed on the PE top and shorts (if they get lost they will be easier to return to your child)
- Trainers any sensible trainer is fine - colour doesn't matter, but please not plimsolls.
Children - It's a good idea to get used to getting changed for PE and back into your uniform before you start in September - click this picture for some helpful tips: