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Welcome to Year 3!

 

Welcome to the Year 3 section of the website. Please visit often, in order to see your child's weekly spellings, other homework and any other news and pictures.

 

A Typical Day in Year 3

 

Although they vary, we just wanted to give you a flavour of our day.

 

8:55 - Skills Session (Handwriting, Guided Reading, Spelling rules).

9:30 - English

10:30 - Break

10:50 - Assembly

11:15 - Maths

12:15 - Lunch

1:15 - Register/quiet reading/finish skills work from the morning

1:30 - Afternoon work                  (afternoon work can consist of Topic 

2:20 - Afternoon work                   work, Science, RE, PE, Art or Music)

3:15 - Home

I hope this helps you see what we get up to each day.

 

Children need to bring their PE kits to school each week and taken home on a Friday for washing. Currrently, PE days are Tuesday (outdoors) and Thursday (indoors).

 

 

Homework - Reading

Children should endeavour to read as much as they can at home. Any practice they can get at home is greatly beneficial to their reading ability in school. In order for your child to change their book can you make sure that you have signed their reading record to acknowledge that you have read the book with them. 

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Homework - Maths

See the links below for the My Maths and Times Tables Rockstars websites. 

Chilli Challenge Homework Autumn 2

This Week's Spellings:

 

Group 1

happily

angrily

lazily

easily

busily

greedily

messily

wearily

cheekily

clumsily

 

Group 2

camel

tunnel

squirrel

travel

towel

tinsel

bagel

hazel

vowel

jewel

 

 

 

**Please be aware that these timetables will be subject to change throughout the year, particularly at busy times such as Christmas and Easter.**

Year 3 Parents meeting - September 2018

Hard at work in Maths!

 

Year 3 is such an important year for the children in Maths as they are introduced to so many new concepts such as column addition and subtraction and the grid method for multiplication. 

 

Here are some of the children hard at work using Base 10 to help them answer addition and subtraction questions. 

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