Year 3 Class Page
Our teachers are Miss Gregory and Miss Daley.
Our teaching assistants are Mrs Foote, Mrs Medina and Mrs Goldstone.
Our PPA day is Thursday. Our P.E day is every other week for each class. (See timetable below)
Please send your child into school wearing their full PE kit.
This should include weather appropriate clothes, trainers and their house colour t-shirt. All items should be labelled.
PE Timetable for Term 6
Term 4 Learning
We are using 'Mr Penguin and the Lost Treasure' for our writing and reading this term.
Please see the book map below for our reading text 'Mr Penguin and the Lost Treasure'
This term we will be learning about ordering and comparing fractions as well as recognising equivalent fractions and adding and subtracting fractions.
We will then be focussing on recapping the core maths units to ensure the children have a solid foundation for moving up to year 4. This will be addition and subtraction, multiplication and division and shape.
In our wider curriculum this term we will be looking at Art, geography, science and PSHE objectives.
We will also be reflecting on our time at home during lockdown and feelings about coming back to school.
Click the logos to view our pupil organisers for each subject.
We have created a year 3 YouTube channel. - Year 3 with Miss D & Miss G!
We are available to contact via email and will respond during school hours:
Miss Daley - email@example.com
Miss Gregory - firstname.lastname@example.org
How can you help at home?
The following is expected to take children an average of 15- 20 minutes maximum each day.
Reading does not have to be limited to the books children bring home from school. It can include any books they have at home, any reading they do with siblings or reading books from the local library.
Each set of spellings will contain the patterns / rules that we have been learning in class and are a way of reinforcing these. Please practise spelling at least 3 times each week with your child.
In Year 3, children need to be able to read digital and analogue clocks (both 12 hour and 24 hour). Continual practice of this at home will be a huge support to their learning in class.