Sea Turtles

Meet the Sea Turtles Team


Mrs Rossi-Bennett, Miss Tyson

Teaching Assistant

Miss Rice

Also working with us during the week are:

Miss Clarke

Miss Duc

Class Information

What does provision look like for those with additional needs in Sea Turtles class?

Outlined in the document below are the waves of provision we use to support children with additional needs. Support is tailored to each individual and provided as needed, with or without a diagnosis. Please talk to your child's class teacher if you have any concerns about your child, their needs or the provision in class. You can find further information on the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities page on our website. This is where you will find our vision for SEND pupils, and our SEND information report which outlines what we as a school can offer.

Term 3: Is sacrifice needed for the common good?

Sea Turtles Timetable

Mrs RB teaches Monday and Tuesday.

Miss Tyson teaches Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Key Dates

  • Thursday 9th February 2.30pm – Open afternoon

  • Thursday 9th February - End of Term 3

  • Friday 10th February - INSET Day

  • Monday 20th February - Start of Term 4

  • Tuesday 21st – Monday 27th February – Book Fair

  • Thursday 2nd March – World Book Day

Term 3: Is sacrifice needed for the common good?

This term, we will be exploring our learning journey question through our English texts 'The Great Kapok Tree' by Lynne Cherry and 'The Explorer' by Katherine Rundell.

Geography is our key driver this term and our rich texts link perfectly to our topic of the Amazon and South America. Our wider curriculum subjects will also be linked to our learning journey question and/or our Geography unit where possible.

Please see our Knowledge Organisers and Termly Overviews below for more information.

Knowledge Organisers

YEAR 3 Term 3 Knowledge Organiser & Curriculum Overview 2022.pptx (1).pdf

PE Days

  • Monday

  • Thursday

Please make sure your child has the following items for each PE session:

  • a yellow t-shirt

  • black shorts and black jogging bottoms or leggings

  • a jumper

  • plimsolls or non marking trainers

Woodland Day

  • Our Woodland days generally take place once a term. Families are notified near the time when a woodland day has been scheduled.

The children need to come dressed in appropriate clothing, including long sleeved tops and trousers to protect them from thorns.

Useful links for online learning at home


Homework is set every Friday on Google Classroom and will be due in the following Thursday. The homework folder can be found under the 'Classwork' tab.

There are two sheets for homework:

  • Reading record - please record what you have read and how often you have read in the new green Reading record book. We encourage children to read at least five times a week either independently (aloud or in their head) or aloud with an adult.

  • Activities - there will be spellings to learn and timetables to practise. In addition to this, there will be either a RIC (reading) or SPAG task.

  • Mangahigh - Children to login and complete the Manga High task set by your teacher. They should aim to complete the task three times. The children's logins can be found on their Google Classroom under 'Classwork'.

  • Lexia - if your child has a Lexia account, please ensure they are accessing this regularly at home. Their login can be found on their Google Classroom under 'Classwork'.

Please do let the class teacher know if you require a paper copy.

We ask that you send in a photo of the work instead of a paper copy to reduce the number of items coming into school.