Welcome to Year 3
Follow this page to see what exciting things have been happening in Year 3!
Mrs Hannah Callaway
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday morning
Miss Claire Giadrini
Thursday and Friday
Miss Carrie Thompson
Ms Jo Raiman
Ms. Raiman will be covering Year 3 PPA time on a Wednesday afternoon.
Things to remember each week...
PE is every Wednesday and Friday. 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.
Changing Reading Books When a home reading book has been completed it is the children's responsibility to put it in the box (in the classroom) to be changed.
Sparkle Books Children must take bring these to school each day and take them home. They will contain their weekly spellings and any any individual spelling /handwriting practice they need. It acts as a communication link between home and school.
ROARR these are our Drake learning dispositions. Resourceful, Open, Aspirational, Resilient, Reflective. We see many of the children applying ROARR to their learning everyday! Can they ROARR at home too?
Check you know your 2,5 and 10 times table? This year we need to know 3, 4 & 8 times table also.
- Do you know your number bonds to 10 & 20?
- Can you partition numbers to 100?
- Can you add and subtract single digit and double digit numbers to and from hundred numbers?
- Can you estimate hundreds numbers?
If not check out these FUN games below!
In the Autumn Term, we will be learning about...
Year 3 Visit Morwellham Quay
On Monday 30th September Year 3 visited Morwellham Quay to start our topic on 'The Victorians'.
Even though the weather wasn't kind to us, we had a great day learning about the lives of Victorians and taking part in some fun activities.
We went to a Victorian classroom, tried on Victorian clothes, baked bread and even went down the mines!
Light and Dark
During our science topic we will be learning about light and dark:
- how light travels and reflects
- the shape and size of shadows
- dark being the absence of light
- that light can come from a variety of sources