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Year 3

Welcome to Year 3!


Mrs Forrest, Miss Cowie, Mrs Gilchrist and Miss Barber welcome you to Year 3. blush

Our new topic for Summer 2 is:

Valley and Reservoir models


We are changing homework slightly this term.  

Each Friday you will be given a small amount of maths and English homework which MUST be completed and handed in the following Wednesday.

If you would like to also do some topic homework you can choose a task from the homework menu. This is OPTIONAL homework so you only need to do this if you want to.


Here are all the spelling words we will be learning this term.  We will work on a new set of words in class each week, then send them home with you on a Friday to learn for a test on Monday morning.

Summer 1 - How does your garden grow?

Spring 2

Year 3 Red Nose Day

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Spring 1 - Ni Hao!

Chinese food tasting in 3F

3F's Terracotta Army

Some of our fantastic homework

Learning how to use chopsticks... with some expert advice from Tony

Our trip to Chinatown to finish our topic. What a fabulous day we had!

3F have been learning to play table tennis

Autumn 2 - Poles Apart

Santa's sleighs are all loaded up and ready to go!

Super homework from 3F

Learning our Norwegian song for the Christmas performance with Mrs Johnson

Fractions with Smarties in 3F

The trial of Guy Fawkes

Marc has made such good progress with writing that he's a Superbrain!

Autumn 1 - Super Structures

What amazing homework this half term! Well done children and parents.

3F invited their parents to Joining In Time where they made towers using spaghetti and marsmallows

Some Y3 children met Strider when they visited Segedunum as part of Living Streets' Walk Once a Week celebration

Katie's Arabian Dancing

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One of last term's homework tasks was to make up an Arabian dance.
This is Katie's amazing Arabian dance.

Building towers from 3D shapes. 90cm! We are the champions!

Tasty science. Investigating the exoskeleton of a prawn... before eating them!