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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.

Our Year 3 team is:

Class 3SA - Miss Shepherd and Mrs Allen

Class 3V - Miss Voda

Class 3JB - Miss Budden

Class 3H - Miss Hennessy

Our Teaching assistant that supports our year group is Mrs Farmer and Mrs Woolven.


In Year 3 spellings are sent home on a Friday and tested on a Monday.

Homework books are sent home on Monday and must be returned to school on Thursday.

Autumn 1

What an exciting first half term it has been!  Already we have jumped back into the past to see dinosaurs and cavemen with stone trousers, whilst managing to keep up with lots of learning in class!  We have become paleontologists to look more closely an dinosaur bones, as well as persuaded Mrs Crockatt to allow us to travel in a time machine to see how the dinosaurs actually became extinct as we discovered that there are theories that it could have been to do with aliens.  Luckily, we researched many different theories and created our own leaflets to inform others.  This was very amusing!  Year 3 have been such busy writers this half term, but have also been working extremely hard on our basic skills in maths to apply to many problems to move our learning on.  On top of all of this, we even managed to fit in a visit to learn a little about Diwali and how it is celebrated.  Below are just a few pictures to show how busy we have been in our Footprints from the Past topic.

Our teachers can't wait until next half term when we start learning about our new topic - Living Together and reading our new class book - The Ice Palace.

Autumn 2

We have had such a busy first week back.  Already we've begun our new book - The Ice Palace and the children love it!  We think that there may be an evil ice queen making an appearance, but everyone will have to wait and see.  After hearing only the first sentence, we continued the story by writing some of our own descriptions of Ivan's land - just look at a few examples below.  We wanted to share so many more as we were so pleased of everyone's effort.  You will be amazed!  Also, we have been working on our timestable knowledge to identify related division facts.  What a start to the week!

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