Stokeinteignhead Primary School
Curious, Determined, Resourceful and Respectful
Stokeinteignhead Primary School
Curious, Determined, Resourceful and Respectful

Useful information about Class 3

Below are details of your child’s routine and other additional information which may be useful. 

Should you have a query that is not covered here, please let us know by contacting the school office.

Alternatively Mr Q. is happy to assist you. He can be found on the playground at the end of school, most days.



We ask that children are in the classroom by 08.45 a.m. at the latest for a prompt start to the school day.



Physical Education:

P.E. sessions take place on Tuesday and Friday each week. Children should wear their P.E. kit into school on these days.



Items that children must bring to school each day:

  • Surface (Children are expected to ensure that it has sufficient charge for use throughout the school day.)
  • Flip file
  • Reading book
  • Any books that have been taken home for the purposes of finishing off work (even if that work has still to be done).



Homework / Work in progress:

Parents can view the homework that has been set by going to the Homework page on the Class 3 class page. Alternatively a selection of work currently being worked upon by the children can be viewed on this term's Class Learning page (which is also accessed via the Class 3 class page).



How parents can help at home:

  • Encourage your child to practise on IXL. Structured lists of activities are provided for the children for both English and Mathematics. These too can be reached from the class page.
  • Oversee your child's homework and/or the finishing off of classwork. Details will typically be uploaded to this site. While most children remember that they have homework and do not require a book in which to record this, a homework diary will be provided at your request.



The Class 3 Cloud:

Children now have access to a secure, shared base on the internet. The children's Surfaces are set up to link to the cloud whenever they connect to the internet, whether this be inside or outside of School. The foremost advantage of this is that it is no longer necessary for children to download resources to the hard drive of their computer before going home - these should be easily obtained from the shared zone. The Cloud also allows children to save their work at home and know that it will be available to them in school the following day.