Welcome to Year 3
Nurturing bright futures
Meet The Team
3P Class teacher - Mrs J. Marriott
3P Teaching Assistant - Mrs L. Gee
3G Class Teacher - Mrs L. Williams
3G Teaching Assistant - Mrs L. Nicholas
3P Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
3G Email: email@example.com
Hello and welcome to Year 3! We are excited to be sharing your learning journey this year and have much planned to engage and excite you. Our Topic this term is called Urban Pioneers and we will be learning about the history of Potters Green and looking at a variety of Art techniques. We will also be learning French and the Ukulele.
Tuesday am (outdoor games) and Wednesday pm (indoor dance)
An outdoor PE kit is required which includes jogging bottoms, jumper/hoody and trainers. We recommend bringing in a carrier bag too as trainers are often muddy and covered in grass.
Homework will be given out on a Friday and be expected in the following Friday. There will be a piece of Maths homework linked to the week's Mathematical learning, so children can share their success.
Handwriting is extremely important in Year 3 as we will begin to join letters therefore we will also be sending home handwriting homework for the children to practise the join we have learned that week. It is imperative that children form letters in the correct way and orientation.
Times tables Rockstars (TTR) is an excellent way to encourage children to learn their times tables, we are focusing on x3 tables this term. Times tables tests will be on a Wednesday and tests will sent so you can work through errors with your child. Logins can be found in the front of your homework book.
Topic homework is set termly and we would love to see as many completed from the sheet as possible. This term our topic is Urban Pioneers, which focuses on Our Local Environment and a variety of Art techniques.
Spelling Shed is full of games which are geared to encourage your child with spelling tricky and common exception words. Logins can be found in the front of your homework book.
Reading Books will be changed once the child has finished reading their book. There is a basket in each classroom for children to put their book.