Year 3 2019-20
A warm welcome to Year 3 from Mrs Cardall and Mr Kazmierczak
We would just like to say how well the children have settled in and how excited we are to be working together with you to support their education.
Weekly Timetable Events
Monday ............. Whole School Liturgy
Tuesday ............ Music with Mrs Kernick
Wednesday ...... Indoor PE with Mrs Hurlstone
Thursday .......... Prayer and Praise
Friday ............... Celebration Assembly
Details of the curriculum for each half-term can be found in the documents below:
For the Autumn Term homework is given out on a Monday and is due the following Monday. The children will receive weekly spellings, a handwriting sheet to support the spellings and a times tables challenge. By the end of Year 3, the children are expected to know their 2, 3, 4, 5, 8 and 10 times tables so please practise with them at home, on a regular basis. There is also a termly Home Learning Project for you to enjoy working on with your child.
We encourage the children to read daily for ten to fifteen minutes and talk about what they have read. The children may also like to read other books or magazines at home. Whenever you read, please note the book, page numbers and make a comment in their reading diary. This helps us to monitor their progress in reading.
If you have any concerns or issues you wish to discuss, please feel free to speak to Mrs Cardall or Mr Kazmierczak.
3rd October - We started testing the strength of magnets. The children had great fun seeing their paper clips rise and shoot-off in different directions due to the magnetic forces. Here are some pictures of our young scientists in action:
4th October - Friday afternoon and we try to recreate Stonehenge in model form using clay. This is part of our topic on the Stone Age. The clay modelling wasn't as messy as we thought:
4th October - The first recipients of a reading certificate, in Y3 this year, are handed them by Mr Collins at our Celebration Assembly. They have each got 25 reading signatures in their Reading Diaries, so receive a Topaz Certificate. Hopefully some boys will get a certificate next time!
The next certificate is Opal, when the children have got 50 signatures.
7th October - We had a debate to discuss whether it was better living in the Stone Age or the present day. Initially only a quarter of the class wanted to live in the Stone Age, but after hearing arguments and questioning from both sides, half a dozen others were persuaded that they wanted to live in earlier times.