Welcome to Year 3 2017-18
Mrs Burton will teach Monday to Wednesday and Mrs Wray will teach Thursday and Friday. Mrs Jones will support in class during Mathematics sessions and Mrs Connor will cover PPA time on Wednesday afternoon.
Our Class Link Governor is Dr Mark Rahn.
Year 3 Classroom
In Class 3 the children are allowed milk at break times. If you would like milk please order this through school. The children are also allowed to have a snack which is either fruit or a vegetable. We have fruit and vegetables because we are a healthy school and the children will have to bring this in from home.
Year 3 Newsletters
Please select a termly newsletter from the list of documents below.
Year 3 Curriculum Coverage Map
Please click on the link below to view the Year 3 curriculum at St Mary's for 2017-18.
Please Note: These maybe subject to change, as necessary to fulfil the ongoing needs of the curriculum.
This is given out on a Thursday and is expected back in the following Tuesday, we alternate each week with English and Maths (sometimes I will ask the children to research their topics.) Children are provided with a home learning book – please make sure they stick in their finished home learning, keeping work neat and presentable. Please also encourage your child to write in pencil in this book. Please continue to support your child with their home learning activities.
Spellings: These are given out on a Tuesday and tested the following Tuesday.
Times Tables: For Year 3 this a new experience, the children receive their times tables and are asked to practise them throughout the week and are then tested the following Wednesday within class. We ask that the children get a minimum of 27 out of 30 for 3 consecutive weeks before they move onto the next times tables, this ensures they have consolidated each table.
Year 3 End of Year Expectations
The children will take part in PE on Tuesday and Thursday. The focus this half- term will be netball and gymnastics taught by myself. Please send both indoor and outdoor PE kits so that children are still able to take part if the weather changes. Just a reminder that an indoor PE kit consists of a white t-shirt, shorts and pumps and an outdoor kit consists of long trousers, a top and trainers. Outdoor PE cannot be done in pumps as the children can slip if the floor is wet. If your child has pierced ears please can you remove earrings on the days they have PE. Only newly pierced ears will be covered with plasters. Long hair will need to be tied back during this lesson.