Welcome to Year 3

Welcome back! We hope that you have had a great summer break and are ready for an exciting start back to Year 3. We are sure that you're excited to catch up with all your friends and see how tall you have grown!

Your Year 3 Team

Miss White is the class teacher for Stevenson Class.

Miss Mullins is the class teacher for Brunel Class.

Mrs Kaur is our amazing teaching assistant working in both Year 3 classes.

Behind the Class Names

Robert Louis Stevenson was a Scottish author, poet, musician and wrote about his travels. One of his most famous stories is Treasure Island.

Isambard Kingdom Brunel was one of the most versatile and inventive engineers of the 19th century, responsible for the design of tunnels, bridges, railway lines and ships.

Topic: Stone Age

This autumn, we are going to take a time machine back to the Stone Age and discover about how the Stone Age people survived. This will link nicely to our science learning about rocks and soils. We will also see how the Earth has changed since the Stone Age period. The final product is to create a poster or presentation using PowerPoint or Word.

PE Kit and Forest School

Please ensure your child brings their correct PE kit to school on Wednesday and Thursday.

Forest School is on Thursday so children must bring wellies and a warm coat. All personal belonging should be clearly labelled.

Homework and Reading

There will be an expectation in Year 3 that all children have their reading diary and reading book in school every day. They will be given a suitable text from school but they should also be selecting their own books to read from home or in the classroom.

Children will be given homework every Monday and we expect this to be returned by the following Monday. More information can be found in the Homework section - just scroll back up and click on the homework tab on the left.

If you need anything, just give us a shout.

Miss Mullins, Miss White and Mrs Kaur.

October 2020


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