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Come and look at all of the exciting things that we are doing in Year 3 this year! Click on each class page to find out more.
Below you will find lots of resources to help you with Support your child at home.
The current newsletter and homework grid is also below.
Our Geography topic sensational starter!
During our work this half term, we will be comparing urban and rural life. For our sensational starter, we designed a brand new city with all the things we thought we might need to live there.
Our Ancient Greek topic Fantastic Finale!
Well year 3, we asked you to be creative and you did not disappoint. These are some of the amazing things that you created to show us what you have learned during our Greeks topic. Well done all of you.👏🤩
Dont worry if you haven’t quite finished yet, we will add more as we get them.
We had snow ❄️ ❄️ ⛄️.
You sent in some fabulous pictures of yourselves making the most of it!
We hope you enjoy seeing them as much as we did.
Year 3 are doing some amazing learning during the lockdown! Take a look at some of our lessons,
homework and science experiments!
Please note, our PE day is now Thursday. Please arrive at school in your kit on Thursday instead of Monday.
We are kicking off the half term by taking a trip around the world! Year 3 will ‘fly’ to Italy, Wales, England and India to experience the culture, food and art!
Free classic stories to read at home
This link takes you to a page where you can access free word, pdf and audiobook versions of 6 children's classics.
Scholastic Chapter One project
Scholastic have recordings of top authors reading the first chapter of one of their books. Click the link below to check it out.
Maths activities to try out at home!
Try these games out at home to practice your times tables. Remember, you need to know your 3, 4 and 8 times tables by the end of year 3 in preparation for the National times table test in year 4.
Common Exception Words.
Below are the common exception words that the children are expected to read and spell. Practice these at home using the fun ways stuck in your homework book!