Welcome to the Year 3 page.
Here we will share with you important information and show you what is happening in Nightingale and Skylark classes.
We will also share with you activities and useful ways that the children can be supported at home.
If you have any questions or concerns, please speak to one of the team and we will do all that we can to help. It is best to contact us via Class Dojo.
Thank you for your continued support.
Mrs Maxwell, Mrs Nuthall, Mr Kenny and Mrs Butler.
Our topic for the Autumn term is "Time Detectives'. We will be going back in time to explore the world of the Ancient Egyptians, looking at the life of Tutankhamun, the God Horus and the process of mummification through our History lessons. In Geography lessons, we will be looking at the land of Egypt itself. We will learn about deserts and the the river Nile.
Though this will be an unusual year for everyone, we have lots going on in school and this page aims to give you a taste of what we will be getting up to.
Our P.E days this term are on Thursdays. Please send your children to school already dressed in their kits with jewellery removed. As the days get colder, please make sure they are dressed suitably. Grey or black joggers can be worn as can jumpers.
Following Government guidelines, we will be keeping windows open at all times in classrooms in order to increase ventilation. Please make sure children have jumpers and coats in school to keep them as comfortable as possible when it gets chilly.
For RE lessons this term we are studying Hinduism.
Homework will be uploaded onto Google Classroom on Fridays.
There will be spellings to learn and times tables set on 'Times Table Rockstars' website.
Log ins for GC and TTR can be found in the children's red password book.
Year 1 and 2 Curriculum Spellings
Please find below a list of all the Year 1 and 2 spellings. It is expected that your child can spell these. We will be working on these this year with some children.
Year 3 and 4 Curriculum Spellings
Please find below a list of all the Year 3 and 4 spellings that the children will be looking at this year.