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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3


The Year Three teachers are Mrs Ignatov (3I), Mrs French and Mr Ejiofor (3FV) and Miss Hamlet (3H)


The teaching assistant for Year Three is Mrs Cook.


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Homework will be set every Friday and must be returned the following Wednesday. This will usually consist of a Maths and English task (spelling and sentences).

Parents/Carers, please check and sign your child's homework.

Reading for at least 15 minutes each day, 5 times per week, will also be expected as part of your child's homework. It is important to support your child with daily reading as this has a huge impact on their understanding, imagination, creativity and learning across all subjects. Children are allocated books each week on BUG CLUB, in addition to this they are encouraged to read a book from home. In Year 3, it is important to do a mixture of independent reading and reading with an adult and for your child to independently record their opinions about the book in their Reading Record. 

Parents/Carers, please sign your child's reading record each day. 

Thank you for your continued support.


The Year 3 Team

Summer 2: Week 5  beginning 4th July 2022


                    This week the children will explore ways to respect our world as a special place and the action                      that  can be taken.  The children will understand that God has a special place in our hearts,                             sharing and discussing the scripture of Romans. 


English: Book: (NEW BOOK - revealed later in the week)

Grammar, spelling and punctuation: To revise the use of punctuation in sentences, deliberate mistakes corrected. The children will also learn how to improve sentences adding adjectives, expanded noun phrases and similes. 

Writing:  To write a newspaper report.

               The children will  write in role of a character (assessment). 

               To create words and phrases, creating own character. 

Reading: Comprehension texts

                This week the children will revise inference skills.,


Maths: MASS

To read scales in grams and kilograms. (MASS)

To compare mass.

To add and subtract mass. 

To solve problems involving mass.



This week the children will identify that humans and some other animals have skeletons and muscles for support, protection and movement. They will also discover and explain how bones and muscles work together to create movement. 


Here is an overview of what we will be covering in Maths this year.