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Year 3

Year 3 Class Right: Identity

Children have the right to their own identity – an official record that indicates their name, nationality and family relations.

Welcome to Year 3

In our class we have 23 children who all love to learn.

We use our Learning Powers to help us to learn and be resilient.

In our English lessons, we are just coming to the end of Alice in Wonderland, and after Easter we will begin our new class book, The Flower, written by John Light.

Come and See is very important in our class and we will do lots of learning about ourselves and how we fit into the church family.  We have just began our new topic on ‘Homes’ and the children have been so creative in choosing lots of different adjectives to describe what makes their house a home.

Here are some of the important things we will learn in Year 3

  • English – Direct speech, role play characters to show emotion, develop knowledge of synonyms and generate sequential language.
  • Maths – In maths we will continue learning all about fractions before moving onto time,  looking at properties of shape and learning about angles, and finally measurement, looking at mass and capacity.
  • Science – Rocks and plants
  • PE – Athletics and rounders

In Year 3 we always show respect and SHINE!

Please keep a look out on our Class Dojo page for regular updates.
Reading books are changed every Friday
Spelling will be tested every Friday
PE, this half term is every Friday
French is every Wednesday with Miss Bramley

Year 3 Team

Mrs Cody 

In Year 3 the children have been working amazingly hard in all of their subjects, paying particular attention to their handwriting, with some children earning their pen license.  They are working their way up the ladder with their Rainbow Sellings, with a few children already almost at the top!  They are currently enjoying learning all about their local environment, drawing maps and plans, and in the Summer Term, they will be learning all about The Victorians, where we hope to enhance this learning with an educational trip, which I know the children will all love.

Mrs Baker

It is a pleasure to be working with such polite and bright pupils.  I enjoy supporting your learning in small groups and seeing how much you respect each other’s views and opinions.   It’s wonderful to see such inquisitive little minds and how you all aim to do your very best every day.   


Mr Bates 

I have enjoyed getting to know you over the years and I am lucky enough to teach you for Science again in Year 3. I look forward to developing your questioning skills and your ability to make predictions prior to your experiments. I love teaching the Light and Dark topic in Year 3!

Click below to see our Yearly Overview:

Useful websites

Here are a selection of websites which will complement learning across a range of subjects. Some are interactive walk-throughs, others are games for children to practice skills and have fun.

BBC Bitesize KS2 

Games for all subjects

Cross the Maze

Give simple directions to solve the puzzle

Fraction Monkeys

Test your ordering of fractions

Hidden Ships

A chance to test your use of coordinates

ICT Games

Mathematics games from the ICT website

Learn your times tables

Test your times tables!

Maths Zone

Mathematics games from the Maths Zone website

Rabbit Takeaway

A quick game requiring mental subtraction

River Tables

Challenge yourself to answer times tables quickly!

ICT Games

English games from the ICT website


Create your own comic strip


Science, making an electrical circuit game

Computer Coding

Practise your computer coding skills with a range of games

Timestables Rockstars

Times Tables Rock Stars offers daily times tables practice.
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