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Year 3

A huge welcome to Year 3 from

Mrs Thompson and Mrs Arnott

(2021 - 2022)

Investors in Pupils Classroom Target:

Autumn 1:

Year 3 Parents' Presentation 2021

Who works in the Year 3 classroom?

- Mrs Thompson (Class Teacher)

- Mrs Arnott (Class Teacher)

- Mrs Cairns (Teaching Assistant)

- Miss Aktar (Teaching Assistant)

Behaviour for Learning Chart

P.E Days

Monday and Thursday

Weekly Plan

Take a look at our Long Term Plan!

Homework

DayHomework
MondayChoose a piece of homework from the grid (due following Monday)
TuesdaySpellings (due the following Tuesday)
WednesdayMathletics (due the following Wednesday)
ThursdayTimes Tables Rockstars at home
FridayN/A

 

Children need to read on a daily basis. Children can change their reading book any day of the week.

Year 3 will need to choose a piece of homework each week from the topic grid. Children will have a copy of the grid in their homework folders but you can also access it above. Please could parents/carers sign the grid once your child has completed a piece of homework.

Who is our class governor?

We learn about Mrs Roberts' (Business Manager) roles and responsibilities and how she helps us in school.

Welcome to Spring 1

Here is the topic homework grid for children to complete. We can't wait to see the amazing pieces of homework!

Autumn 2:

In PSHE we discussed healthy and unhealthy snacks and making the right choices. We sorted snacks into categories using a venn diagram.

Year 3 Irish dancing lessons

Year 3 Real PE lessons

Year 3 have been very busy researching using non-fiction books and the internet to write a non-chronological report about the Stone Age, Bronze and Iron Age

Children have been using Base 10 and counters to recap on dividing by 2 and 5

Autumn 1:

This term, we're going to learning all about the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age.  We will be using an enquiry question to help us learn as much as we can.

Harvest Festival

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Geography Retrieval

Year 3 have settled in well and made a goof start in Year 3. Children recapped on the four countries that make up the United Kingdom. They then matched the country with the its national flower, flag and capital city.

Representing numbers in different ways

Year 3 became Mathematical detectives today moving around the class to represent 3-digit numbers in different ways. They used Base 10, part-whole models and drawings to find the answers to the questions. 

Vocabulary Building

Children searched in the 'Stig of the Dump' book to find vocabulary they could use to write descriptively about Stig's den.

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