YEAR 3

    
    
     Miss Fowler, Mrs Welsh, Miss Farrington, Miss Wood and Mr Johnson (from the left) 

 

About Year 3

​​          Miss Fowler is Year 3's teacher. Mrs Welsh teaches the class every Monday afternoon. 

          Miss  Farrington works as a full-time TA and Miss Wood works in class from 11am-12pm everyday.

          Mr Johnson teaches the class PE on a Wednesday afternoon.

          Click on the icon  to see the Y3 Parent Information Meeting (PIM) slides from the recent meeting.

Download our Havest Song to practise 

         Year 3 Curriculum

Click here to view the End of Year Expectations booklet.​​​


           For more information about our curriculum click here.


Click on the icons to find out more about what your child will be learning in Year 3.




       Find out about how English is taught in schoolFind out how maths is taught in schoolLink for information about how science is taught in schoolLink to how Art and Design is taught


icon link to ICT page


Icon link to information about how Spanish is taught



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         Homework

The school policy can be found here. 


Each half-term your child’s teacher will provide a selection of suggested activities for you to work on with your child at home. These activities closely match the learning that your child will be doing in class during the upcoming weeks and are valuable exercises to help them consolidate their ideas.

Although the teacher will not set a specific task each week or set deadlines for completion, we recommend your child completes activities from the grids at home on a ‘little and often’ basis, which fits in with your home routine. Homework should be a positive and rewarding experience to promote a love of learning and instil confidence – the teacher would love to hear about the tasks which children have completed at home!

Please click on the links below to view the optional homework grids for this half-term:


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​          Below are links to advice booklets which suggest strategies to support your child in their:

          1.  Reading

          2.  Spellings / Phonics

          3.  Maths​

Reading

Is vitally important for children at any age so please ensure your child reads regularly to you or themselves at home. Help them to get interested in books by reading different types of stories with them. Children are able to write what they have read in their reading record independently but it is always better if they read to someone else. They could read to a brother, sister, auntie, uncle or neighbour; it doesn't really matter who!

   

 

 PE
 Year 3's PE lessons are on Wednesday and Thursdays. Please ensure that your child has a full PE kit in school at all times, suitable for both indoor  and outdoor activities.  Indoor PE kit is pumps or bare feet (not trainers), dark shorts and a white T-shirt. Long hair should be tied back and earrings  taken out.  Trainers and track suit bottoms may be worn for outside PE only. 


    


 

 

  




 

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