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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!

Our team is made up of Mrs Hornsby (class teacher), Mrs Clarke (TA), Miss Power (SSA) as well as Mrs Simpson (reading volunteer). 

We are really excited for all the learning opportunities the children will have over the next year and we can't wait to share our journey with you!

On this page, you will find our curriculum map for the year, weekly spellings, suggestions for home learning experiences as well as updated photographs of some of the super learning that goes on. 



Class information

Spellings: The children will be given these on Mondays, for a test the following week.


PE/ Games: This will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays for this half term. Please ensure that the children have their PE kits in school, including pumps or trainers please.


Homework: This will be handed out on Thursdays for the following Monday. The children will also be given a list of activities to complete related to the History/ Geography topic they are studying. Please aim to complete one activity/ fortnight if you can.     


Reading: The children will be have the opportunity to change their books on Tuesdays and Thursdays. They will be given reading homework to do in the week. Please ensure that their reading books are in school on these days. 

Anglo Saxons Home Learning

Spellings wk beg 9.1.23

Spellings wk beg 16.1.23

Spellings wk beg 23.1.23

Spellings wk beg 30.1.23

Spellings wk beg 6.2.23

Spellings wk beg 13.2.23

In Science, the children are enjoying examining and sorting rocks in different ways using Venn and Carroll diagrams to do this...

In Art and History, we have been learning all about how the Stone Age people communicated using cave art. We created our own paint by crushing berries and using the juice produced to make handprints. We also practiced the technique of line drawing to produce our own animal images and then used paint in natural colours to make these stand out. We worked together on different sections of "the cave" to do this...

The children visited Communitree in Summerseat as part of our History topic on the Stone Age. They loved working together to make dens, exploring the forest, open fire cooking, sawing wood, making jewellery and generally just getting covered in mud! They had a ball!!