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Year 3

Welcome to the class page for Year3, here you will find out some information about the curriculum and class expectations.

In Year 3, we will be aiming to develop our independence as we make the transition into Key Stage 2.  As well as consolidating learning from Key Stage 1, we will aim to provide engaging and exciting learning opportunities to allow everyone to experience success. There will be plenty of opportunites for first hand experiences, practical work, investigating and exploring.

Please take a look at our updated newsletter to find out what we shall be doing this term! I hope you find this page useful, however if you have any questions feel free to contact me at the end of the school day or contact the school office. 

Miss Bell.


Teaching Staff - Miss Bell

Teaching Assistant - Mrs Mayers

Classroom Assistants - Mrs Rimmer and Mrs Viera

Useful Letters and Documents

You can find termly newsletters and other useful documents here.


Literacy and Maths homework shall be issued via DB Primary every Friday to be due for the following Wednesday. 

Reading - Children are asked to please read their school banded book every evening. Reading diaries shall be checked to ensure this is happening. Books shall be changed when required. Children must bring their books and diaries to school daily. They will be reminded regularly about this! 

Times table practise - This should be happening regulary at home to make sure children are confident with the 2,3,4,5,8 and 10 x tables.

Thank you.


PE is now on a

Monday and Thursday, 

Please ensure you wear the correct PE kit to school on these days.


The Way, The Truth and The Life

Autumn 1

This half term in RE we shall be concentrating on the importance of family. The roles which we play in our own families and how we are members of the Church Family. 

Autumn 2

Next half term we will be focussing on Mary, Our Mother. Children will learn to understand how Mary was called upon by God to become the mother of  Jesus. 


Spellings will be given to children fortnightly.  We will be focussing on spelling patterns and common exceptions words. 

A list of 10 new spellings are given on a Monday to be tested on the Friday the following week. 

Please ensure you practise regularly with your child.

Good News from Autumn Term!

Year Three have settled in fantastically to the Juniors and have had a range of exciting and interesting learning experiences so far. 

In English, the children started the new term reading about The Iron Man and the mayhem he caused. They produced fantastic Threat Narratives concentrating on how terrifyingly treacherous the Iron Man was, and writing a letter to the Town Mayor explaining how to capture him! 

In Maths, we have been building on our Place Value knowledge for 3 digit numbers and using a variety of concrete resources to consolidate this. 

In History, we have explored the three periods of the Stone Age. Through investigating and researching how different life was compared to now, the children have been able to understand how communities have developed!

The children were incredibly enthusiastic during our Science topic last half term.  Children explored the functions of the human skeleton and the differences between vertebrates and invertebrates. 

This half term the children worked incredibly hard during Art lessons creating Prehistoric Art and making their own paints out of natural pigments!

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