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Year 3

Welcome to Year Three 

Meet the teachers....

Welcome to Year 3

3A is taught by Miss Abraham

3C is taught by Mr Collins

3S is taught by Miss Steele




Meet the TA's...

We hope all of our year three students have an enjoyable and restful summer break!


Welcome to the Autumn term

We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to year 3, we are looking forward to working with you this term and getting to know you more. 



Children are expected to read at least 5 times a week at home, the reading diaries need to be signed by an adult and this will be monitored on a Monday. Children will have the opportunity to change their levelled book on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  House points and raffle tickets will still be awarded for five or more signatures. 



To start off this half term we will be looking at Stone Age Boy by Satoshi Kitamura. We will focusing on basic skills, handwriting and on broadening vocabulary across a range of writing genres.



We will be starting off the term looking at place value, progressing onto addition, subtraction, multiplication and division securing their knowledge in basic skills. In preparation for the year 4 multiplication check we will be dedicating one lesson a week to times tables. We would appreciate it if you could continue this learning at home by encouraging your child to log into timestable rockstars and practicing their froggy maths. 



This half term we will be looking at Rocks and soils which links closely to our work in history. Thinking about the formation and classifying different rocks, looking at fossils and considering the local environment.


History and Geography 

In History this term we will be focusing on The Stone Age moving onto The Iron Age after the half term break


PE and Swimming:

PE this term is on a Wednesday. Please ensure the children have correct kit that is also clearly named this includes both indoor and outdoor shoes. Each class will swim for a total of two half terms within the academic year, this will rotate between the classes.