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Welcome to Year 3 - For Website

Welcome to Year 3's webpage. On this page you will find out all about what we are learning, snap shots of us at work and information about our curriculum. Please scroll down for useful documents and a half termly update of our learning.

 

Our Year 3 team is:

Class 3CA - Mrs Clark and Mrs Allen

Class 3C - Mrs Choudhury

Class 3P - Miss Padonu

Class 3B - Mr Bull

Our Teaching Assistant that supports our year group is Mrs Fuller.

Key documents

Please click below to see the long term plan for this academic year, along with the topic web for Autumn 1. These are working documents however, so they may change as we progress into the term.

Homework

Our current homework is: Timestables Rockstars, EdShed and Bug Club/reading book. Our weekly spellings will be based off their weekly words on Spelling Shed (EdShed), set on a Monday. We will test these spellings in books that are kept at school on a Monday.  Children should also be reading regularly at home, at least 3 times a week.  This should always be recorded in the reading record, whether they have read with an adult, or by themselves.  Timestables Rockstars is a fantastic resource to support the children at home with learning timestables.  All login details will be put into the front of reading records. 

https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student

https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?e=-1&c=0

https://www.edshed.com/en-gb/menu

Autumn 1

What an exciting start to the year we have had in Year 3!  The children have immersed themselves into our writing with The BFG, creating fantastic descriptions of Frobscottle drinks and newspaper reports on the giants that we have discovered within the book.  In maths we have had lots of practical tasks to develop our place value knowledge.  We have also had lots of opportunities to use our mathematical vocabulary to explain if statements are true or false.  To start our topic on Europe, we have learnt about countires and cities in Europe as well as tried map reading skills and got the chance to hunt for clues around the school grounds.  The children thoroughly enjoyed themselves.  On top of all of this exciting learning, we have also pretended to be worms in science when learning about rocks and soils.  Furthermore, we have been practicing our formal and informal greetings in French, asking each other how we are feeling.  It has certainly been a busy start to Year 3!

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