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Welcome to Year 3!

This year we are:

Mr Hart and Miss Keir (class teachers) supported by Mrs Marshall (HLTA) and Miss Barnes. If you wish to contact us you can do so via this email link:

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In year 3 the children are expected to:

  • Read at least five times a week (a team point will be awarded if there is five entries in their homework diary).
  • Complete their homework, independently where possible. English and spelling homework will be given out each week. Maths will be given out each week. This will either be a paper copy or allocated on Active Learn Primary.
  • Practise times tables (2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 10x, 8x by the end of Year 3).
  • Start to be more independent.
  • Remember to come 'PE Ready' on PE days in your sports kit. Remember that we shall be swimming on a Wednesday afternoon throughout the academic year (with the exception of September 25th 2019 as the pool is hosting a gala; we shall be doing PE instead).

Our exciting themes:

Term 1- What makes the Earth angry?

The children will study volcanoes, earthquakes and tsunamis, where they are, what they do and the effect of they have on the world.  

Term 2-  The Ancient Greeks

Children will develop their understanding of the everyday lives of The Ancient Greeks, comparing them with their own.

Term 3- The Wild West

The children will learn about geographical differences through the study of human and physical geography and America.

Term 4 – Why did Henry VIII marry six times?

The children will develop their understanding of the Tudor age and the life of henry the VIII.

Term 5 –The Prehistoric World

Children will study the period in history from the Stone Age to the Iron Age in Britain.

Term 6 –Study a Region in the UK

Children will use fieldwork to observe, measure and record a specific area of the UK using compass points and maps.

Please refer to our termly newsletters for more in depth detail of the objectives, trips and visitors.


Year 3 Curriculum Letters