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Year 3

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Hello and welcome to year 3.  Our new pupils have settled wonderfully.  They have already enjoyed an exhibition of their learning, a trip to Tesco and a picnic!

Our three classes are 
  • Seacole whose teacher is Mrs Rees-Williams
  • Fry whose teacher is Miss Clay 
  • Keller whose teachers are Miss Tanner and Mrs Vince.
Our pupils are supported by our specialist teaching assistants Mrs Sterland, Miss Roberts and Mrs Darke.

If you have an queries do not hesitae to contact us.

The year 3 team.

 
 

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Year 3 reminders

1. Wednesday is PE day and all children are expected to bring their PE kit. 2. Thursday is 'Hall time' afternoon and children will also be ex...

French, Music and Maths Games

This week, FRY, SEACOLE and KELLER have started their afternoon sessions of French, Music and Maths Games This will take place on a Thursday afternoo...

Year 3 Reading Spine

We have selected nine books for each year group to form our Reading Spine. The expectation is that during the year the children will read, or have r...

Change of date - Year 3 visit to Poole Farm

As we continue to celebrate our new topic, 'On the Farm' with Year 3 this week, I wanted to share with you our next trip to Poole Farm.&...

Maths

In Maths we are currently looking at the place value of 3 digit numbers and how this secure understanding helps us when adding or subtracting using 3 ...

English

In English we are currently looking at sentence structure and ways to make our writing more engaging for the reader. Last week, we focused on a varie...

On the Farm

Since half term, we have looked at modern farming and how farming has changed quite drastically. We explored different machinery available to farmers ...

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