Year 3

Welcome to Year 3
Follow this page to see what exciting things have been happening in Year 3!
Our class teacher is Miss Wickenden.
Our class teaching assistant is Ms Raiman. 
Things to remember each week...
PE is every Monday and Tuesday. Please ensure your child has their kit and that their hair is tied back. 
Spellings will be handed out every Friday and tested the following Friday. 
One of the Year 3 maths targets is to understand the multiplication and division facts for the 3x, 4x, and 8x tables. Please use the link below for you to log in and to practice and develop your understanding.
This term we are learning about...
In Science, we have been learning about our skeletons. We used this song and powerpoint to help us the learn the name of the bones.
On Monday mornings we have cricket with Alex. We have had lots of fun learning and practising new skills. Take a look at the photos below to see our learning!

Last Term

We learnt all about...


We became the Year 3 archaeologist team and discover all about the world of Ancient Egypt! This involved digging for artefacts, building our own pyramids, creating canopic jars and having an Ancient Egyptian Day! See below for some photos of our learning journey...
Our First Week in Year 3
We have had so much fun in our first week in Key Stage 2! We have some new friends joining us so we have spent the first few days getting to know one another and our teacher and TA. To start we learnt how to work well in a team and why this is important in our learning. Miss Wickenden set us the challenge of making the tallest tower BUT we were only allowed to use spaghetti and marshmallows! Miss Raiman, Miss Wickenden and Mrs Mason showed us what bad teamwork looked like and Mrs Phillips had to come and tell them off! 
We worked really hard in our teams and rose to the challenge! See our photos below! 
On Thursday we explored what we think a friend is. Miss Wickenden was really impressed at how mature our answers were! To help us understand what qualities are needed for us to be a good friend and for us to find in our friends, in pairs, we made 'A recipe for a friend...' See below for photos of us making our recipes and what our answers to finishing off the sentence - 'A friend is...'