Our Year 3 teachers are:
Cherry Class – Ms Bevan
Holly Class – Miss Williams
Our Teaching Assistant is: Mrs Nicholson
Daily – Children need to bring a named water bottle into school every day. Children are able to access outside learning regularly so it is important that they always come to school with a hooded coat. During the summer children should also have a named sunhat.
PE – Monday and Friday. Please ensure PE kits are clearly named.
Music – Tuesday. Please remember to bring instruments into school on Tuesday morning.
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A Year 3 newsletter is sent out via School Comms each week.
Reading: Please read with your child as often as possible and ideally at least three times a week. Reading books will be changed if parents have signed to confirm their child has read. Please send books into school each day as children will have a range of reading opportunities in class.
Big talk: Children are given a topic to discuss at home once a week and are expected to share what they have learnt.
Spellings: Spelling is a high priority in Year 3. Children will be given words to learn each week at home and will be tested on a Friday.
For information on school milk please click here.
Children in KS2 should bring a healthy snack such as fruit or vegetables for morning playtime.
For information about our learning over the year please see our Year 3 Long Term Plan.
For information on writing over the year please click here.
For information on reading over the year please click here.
For information on maths over the year please click here.
Welcome to our lockdown learning section. Because we’re so proud of all the amazing work we have received, we thought it would be lovely to celebrate your efforts. Take a look! Can you spot yourself or any of your friends?
Michael has worked hard to build a structure as big as him! Well done!
Zoe has designed her own quiz and written a wonderful set of instructions to grow some runner beans. What a super effort!
Ailsa has been busy creating a piece of pointillism artwork! I think we may have a future artist here.
Hermione has been helping to make our world a better place by raising money for our local ambulance station. She has had fantastic help from Zoe who has been growing plants to sell and raise money. What a wonderful pair of girls we have! It’s no surprise that the ambulance station have made this wonderful banner for Hermione. Well done!
Sophie has built a HUGE structure from spaghetti and marshmallows. This must have taken a long time. What a cool project!
Amelia has made a superb maths game. We love that she has even included a set of instructions to go alongside. She’ll be a times table wiz in no time!
Jack has been busy with his science laboratory kit making a glowing ghost! Doesn’t he look like a true scientist with his goggles on?
Charlie has had a creative week. He has made his own hedgehog out of homemade dough and twigs. Doesn’t it look so cute?
He has also made a COVID-19 snake and is asking people to decorate a stone and add it on. What a lovely idea! I wonder how long it will get?
Sophie L has enjoyed our strucutre project by making her very own bridge. She even had some help to use a glue gun. Well done!
Fletcher has been looking after some guinea pigs from his Mum’s work. How cute is this one? Fletcher looks very happy! He has even created a story about the guinea pigs. Take a look!
Jack and Noah have created two amazing story maps. I love the illustrations and attention to detail! Does anybody recognise the stories they have mapped out? I bet Holly Class do!
Megan S has taken part in the Y6 project and written a fantastic narrative for the short film ‘For the Birds’. Have you seen the animation? If you haven’t, see if you can find the video by typing in ‘For the Birds’ and give it a watch. It makes me smile 🙂
Isabella has made some VERRRRY interesting slime… unicorn snot!
Dexter has had an exciting half term having a virtual camp out with his brother and making tasty pizzas. Yum – he’s made me very hungry! He has even made a brilliant story map. Can you guess what story he has mapped out?
Ah! Lizzie tricked me into thinking she had broken her arm. What a very believable cast! I love the decorations on it.
Alfie has recreated his own version of an Ancient Roman mosaic! Can you guess what animal has been painted within his colourful mosaic? I knew straight away! Well done for all your hard work.
Lizzie has transformed into a Roman Empress named Elizabetta Rosa. She has used her knowledge of Roman numerals to make 20 rules for her loyal subjects to abide by! What a superb idea! Doesn’t she look like a real Roman Empress?
Look at Charlie’s amazing cycling efforts. Can you believe he has managed to cycle 397 miles over the last 3 months? He has even turned his cycling miles into a bar chart. Well done!
Michael has made a wonderful mosaic of a sun. I love that he has used tin foil. It makes the sun look like it is glistening!
Megan S has done lots of work this week. From her wonderful Roman inspired mosaic to her book review and grammar mat, she has worked super hard. Well done!
What a brilliant Roman shield! She looks ready for battle.