We are Year 3

Welcome to Year Three!

WE ARE YEAR 3

Here you will be able to access the Year 3 Blog where you can get all the latest news from Year Three, find out what we’ve been learning, and keep up-to-date with homework, trips and events! You can also access our Year Three gallery by clicking here.

Expectations for Year 3

We have high expectations for all of the children in Year 3, and not only do we wish for them to be responsible learners but also responsible for their belongings. Please make sure all uniform is labeled clearly. We expect the children to be willing to learn and grow as individuals and be the very best they can be by respecting and growing in the Catholic ethos of our school. We ask that children will take every opportunity given to them to develop to reach their full potential and achieve their goals. All we ever ask in Year 3 is that everyone tries their best!

 

Homework:

Reading: Reading is the most valuable homework that your child could ever do and in Year 3 it is expected that they read for about 15 minutes each day outside of school. Please actively encourage your child to read for pleasure.  They have been provided with a home reading record, which should be completed daily, detailing what they are reading and with whom. I ask for your support in encouraging and monitoring your child’s reading. This should be brought into school on a Wednesday so we can sign it and change the books.

Spelling: Every Friday, Year 3 will be tested on their spelling. This test will consist of 5 words from the Y3/4 statutory word list (set the Friday before) and 5 words that are chosen in relation to testing the spelling rule that we have been focusing on in lessons that week.

Times-tables: Please make sure your child is practising their timetables regularly; it is such an important part of their subject knowledge in maths. All children have a login to Timetable Rockstars which is a fun and engaging way to consolidate and extend their timetable knowledge.

 SPaG.com: Homework will be set fortnightly on SPaG.com and login reminders will be going out early next week. SPaG.com allows the children to consolidate and revise their learning. This should be completed independently, as it will be used as a tool to assess understanding.

Spring Curriculum

English The text types we will be focusing on this term are persuasive writing, narrative writing, Non chronological report and recount writing.
Maths In maths, we are using many concrete resources to develop our mathematical understanding. We will be focusing on different measurements, money, and interpreting and presenting data.
RE This terms values and virtues are Curious and Active. In our RE lessons, we will be looking at the unit ‘We listen to God’s word at mass’.
Science Forces and Magnets.
PE Please make sure PE kits are in school on Mondays and Wednesdays
History Ancient Egypt
Art Picasso
Geography Deserts, including the Arctic and Antarctica

We are extremely excited about the rest of the year and look forward to continuing to help your child develop academically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually.

Should you have any questions, comments, or concerns that you would like to raise with me, please feel welcome to email me:   [email protected]

Many thanks,

Madison Hayden                                           Ms Croarken