Year 3

Teacher: Ms Martyn-Clark
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Stones, Mrs Greer, Mrs Thornborough, Mrs Arciniega
Our Gospel Value is: Honesty
Pupil Leaders:

Our School Councillors: Matilda and Noah

Our Eco Warriors: Amber and Ben

Our SHINE Councillors: Orla and Dexter

Our link Governor is: David Bennett
Helpful Information:
  • Reading books will be changed on completion of your child's book
  • Reading records (and spellings) are needed in school every day
  • Library book changing day is Wednesday
  • PE days are Wednesday and Thursday - come in PE kits ready for these lessons. Please ensure that all jewellery is removed and shorts are worn for gymnastics.
  • Spelling tests are weekly on Friday.
  • Log-ons for all learning platforms are in the front of your child's reading diary on a log-in card. Please keep this safe!
  • Musical instruments - bring in for lessons and take home after lessons
  • Healthy snacks - if your child does not have morning toast, they may bring in a healthy snack 
  • Water bottles - children will need a water bottle in school each day. This must contain water only. Please return these daily after washing.
Looking ahead:
  • We will be in Forest School for the Spring Term - bring your wellies in after Christmas please! 
Autumn Term message from Ms Martyn-Clark: 

A very warm welcome to the juniors! I am really looking forward to this term with my new class. Of course, we will be doing lots of exciting, new learning.  Our 'knowledge rich project' will be 'Through the Ages' and we will be doing some interesting history work from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. We will also be making some pots out of clay, in the style of the 'Bell Beaker' potters, turning tables on their side to create some cave art and learn about colour theory where we immerse ourselves in colour mixing. This is just a glimmer of what lies ahead!

Please take a look at the documents below so you can find out more about what we will be learning. 

If you have any questions at all - please do ask! 

 

Ms Martyn-Clark 😊

Useful Documents for Year 3

Year 3 Curriculum Overview Summary
Year 3 End of Year expectations
Year 3 Reading Spine

Year 3 Maths Overview

Autumn Term Documents

Year 3 Learning Letter for Autumn 1 
Year 3 Homework for Autumn Term 1
Year 3 Vocabulary 'Fridge Words' for Autumn Term 1 
Year 3 Spellings for Autumn Term 1

Year 3 News

First Week of Learning Fun!
19/09/2023 2:56 PM
First Week of Learning Fun!First Week of Learning Fun!First Week of Learning Fun!First Week of Learning Fun!First Week of Learning Fun!First Week of Learning Fun!

This week in Science we have been learning about animal nutrition where we designed a poster and presented our findings to the rest of the class.

In English we have been learning about the features of instruction writing and using time adverbials to sequence. 

In Maths we have been partitioning and using  numbers to 1000 and in art we have been building on our colour theory knowledge from Year 2.

We have demonstrated incredible swing passes in rugby and learnt how to keep safe near open windows.

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Year 3

Teacher: Ms Martyn-Clark
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Stones, Mrs Greer, Mrs Thornborough, Mrs Arciniega
Our Gospel Value is: Honesty
Pupil Leaders:

Our School Councillors: Matilda and Noah

Our Eco Warriors: Amber and Ben

Our SHINE Councillors: Orla and Dexter

Our link Governor is: David Bennett
Helpful Information:
  • Reading books will be changed on completion of your child's book
  • Reading records (and spellings) are needed in school every day
  • Library book changing day is Wednesday
  • PE days are Wednesday and Thursday - come in PE kits ready for these lessons. Please ensure that all jewellery is removed and shorts are worn for gymnastics.
  • Spelling tests are weekly on Friday.
  • Log-ons for all learning platforms are in the front of your child's reading diary on a log-in card. Please keep this safe!
  • Musical instruments - bring in for lessons and take home after lessons
  • Healthy snacks - if your child does not have morning toast, they may bring in a healthy snack 
  • Water bottles - children will need a water bottle in school each day. This must contain water only. Please return these daily after washing.
Looking ahead:
  • We will be in Forest School for the Spring Term - bring your wellies in after Christmas please! 
Autumn Term message from Ms Martyn-Clark: 

A very warm welcome to the juniors! I am really looking forward to this term with my new class. Of course, we will be doing lots of exciting, new learning.  Our 'knowledge rich project' will be 'Through the Ages' and we will be doing some interesting history work from the Stone Age to the Iron Age. We will also be making some pots out of clay, in the style of the 'Bell Beaker' potters, turning tables on their side to create some cave art and learn about colour theory where we immerse ourselves in colour mixing. This is just a glimmer of what lies ahead!

Please take a look at the documents below so you can find out more about what we will be learning. 

If you have any questions at all - please do ask! 

 

Ms Martyn-Clark 😊

Useful Documents for Year 3

Year 3 Curriculum Overview Summary
Year 3 End of Year expectations
Year 3 Reading Spine

Year 3 Maths Overview

Autumn Term Documents

Year 3 Learning Letter for Autumn 1 
Year 3 Homework for Autumn Term 1
Year 3 Vocabulary 'Fridge Words' for Autumn Term 1 
Year 3 Spellings for Autumn Term 1

Year 3 News

First Week of Learning Fun!
19/09/2023 2:56 PM
First Week of Learning Fun!First Week of Learning Fun!First Week of Learning Fun!First Week of Learning Fun!First Week of Learning Fun!First Week of Learning Fun!

This week in Science we have been learning about animal nutrition where we designed a poster and presented our findings to the rest of the class.

In English we have been learning about the features of instruction writing and using time adverbials to sequence. 

In Maths we have been partitioning and using  numbers to 1000 and in art we have been building on our colour theory knowledge from Year 2.

We have demonstrated incredible swing passes in rugby and learnt how to keep safe near open windows.

IMG_7361.JPG