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Welcome to Year 3!

 

The Year Three teachers are Mrs Ignatov (3I), Miss Theakston and Mrs Burton (3TB) and Miss East (3E)

 

The teaching assistant for Year Three is Mrs Cook.  

 

In Year Three we will set homework every Thursday which is due back in the following Tuesday  each week. We know that reading is important to support your child's imagination, creativity and learning across all subjects. Therefore, reading for 15 minutes each evening will be expected as part of your child's weekly homework. We know it's important that children enjoy reading and so we are happy for this to be a school reading book, a library book, or a book from home so that your child has a wide range to choose from. Please ensure you listen to your child read, ask them questions and sign their reading record each evening. Please also let us know when your child needs to change their reading book.

Many thanks,

 

The Year Three team

Year 3 Curriculum Overview 2019-2020 (Autumn)

Year 3 Overview and Spelling list

Autumn 1 Week 7: beginning 21st October 2019

RE:     Topic: Promises

              

             To understand the Litany of the Saints.

              To the commitment and promises made at Baptism

             

English:   Power of Reading- The Heart and the Bottle

               This week the children will write their own story based on the story of The Heart and the Bottle.

               To use paragraphs, including a dilemma. 

               To make use of fronted adverbials.

 Grammar and Spelling:    

                  To use -ly words in their stories.

                  To use conjunctions and create multi-clause sentences. 

Guided Reading:   In this week's reading activity the children will have the opportunity to develop their skills of retrieval of information, discover the meaning of unknown words, infer meaning and compare and contrast information.  

                                                            

Maths:   Measurement - Length

           To use non-standard units to measure (practical activities)

                 To use standard units to measure lines and objects. 

                 To solve problems involving length.

                 

Science:  Forces - Investigation

              To share what they have learnt in this unit of work - completing an end of unit test. 

               

 

3I

3TB self portraits

During our Art lesson this week, we used mirrors to help us create self portraits.

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